Passport to Adventure
Fayette County is a gold mine of natural and community experiences right outside our backdoors. We designed the Passport to Adventure for kids and families to explore these great treasures while challenging families to also be more active and engaged at home.
From homemade obstacle courses, to scavenger hunts around local parks, the Passport has a little of everything. Keep reading to learn how to participate and win prizes!
Your Passport to Adventure is filled with challenges you can complete at home and in the community. Each challenge is worth points. Your goal is to complete as many challenges as you can.
When you earn 30 points or more, you become eligible for prizes! At the end of summer, we'll select several winners to receive one of our Grand Prizes. Check out all the prizes HERE.
How does it work?
Do Fun Stuff
Complete challenges listed in the passport. Some you can do in your own home, and others will take you on an adventure.
There are artistic challenges, sports challenges, exploration challenges and more!
Each challenge is worth points. You can show you completed a challenge by getting an adult signature, posting a pic on social media using #AFCPassportChallenge, or by answering challenge questions. When you've earned 30 points or more, you're ready to get your passport stamped at one of our prize centers!
Win Cool Prizes
When you earn 30 points, visit a Prize Center to get a reward. Earn more than 30 points, and you will be entered to win a Grand Prize. Just turn in your passport when you've earned all the points you can.
Learn more and find Prize Centers.
Every 3rd and 4th grader in Fayette County will receive their very own Passport at their school before the end of the Spring 2021 semester.
We invite everyone to participate though! If you attend private or homeschool, or are in a different grade, you can still access the Passport. Simply download our PDF version print. If you don't have access to a printer at home, visit your local library.
Use a printer with two-sided printing to fold into a booklet.
View on a computer or cellphone or print one a one-sided printer.