Treasure Hunt in the Parks is giving away over $1,000 in prizes
Bullhead Recreation Division is hosting a Treasure Hunt in the Parks and giving away over $1,000 in prizes donated by local businesses.
The event will take place in the month of September in honor of National Parks month. Residents and visitors are encouraged to explore the City’s beautiful parks and possibly discover some treasure.
This month-long treasure hunt begins September 1 and will include fifteen hidden treasure chests.
The first person to find a treasure chest will discover a certificate inside that can be redeemed for a prize at the Parks and Recreation Building which is behind the senior campus on Trane Rd.
If you open the treasure chest and it is EMPTY don’t worry. All you have to do is take a selfie with the chest and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org to be entered into a weekly drawing for your chance to win some great prizes.
Bullhead City has seven parks in total
Colorado River Nature Center, 900 Richardo Ave,
Community Park, 1251 Highway 95,
Dean Hackett Park 1051 Terrace Drive,
Don Sullivan Park 2315 Balboa Drive at the south end of Rotary Park,
Ken Fovargue Park, 2255 Trane Road
Rotary Park, 2315 Balboa Drive.
Gary Keith Park - On the corner of Marina and Hwy 95.
So set forth and explore the beautiful parks and maybe you will find some treasure.
Treasure Hunt in the Parks is sponsored by
Scooter’s Family Fun Center,
Avi Resort and Casino
Riverside Resort and Casino
Laughlin River Tours
Perkin’s Restaurant and Bakery.
For more information contact Claire Adams, Recreation Supervisor at (928) 763-0158 or email@example.com.