For $35, today's side deal gets you a ticket to participate in United Social Sports' Hunt DC on Saturday, October 16 (a $70 value). The scavenger hunt will kick off at 15th and Constitution.
Hunt DC invites teams to take to the streets of the nation's capital in an all-out scavenger hunt involving decoding riddles, solving clues, and tracking down odd items. Use your knowledge of Washington DC and its concrete labyrinth to beat other teams in your race to the finish line—while hunt times vary, most teams complete the challenge in about 2 to 2.5 hours. After the race, Hunt DC participants will be rewarded with an after-party at the National Monument, where they can enjoy live music by the Dreamscapes Project, free snacks from Julia's Empanadas, free water, and games such as corn hole and bocce ball. Proceeds from the event go to the Capital Area Food Bank to help feed hungry families in Washington D.C. and the surrounding area. The hunt kicks off at 1 p.m., but participants must check in between 11 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. to receive instructions. Plan to arrive early because there will be a line and only the first 400 players to check in will receive a souvenir t-shirt.
- Are you more of a “bar-lete” than a traditional athlete? If that’s the case, you’ll want to check out United Social Sports…that offers some of the more non-traditional sports that can be played in bars and with a beer in hand. – Nick, wRECk Sports
- I played in United Skeeball in its first season and had a total blast. It was very well run and I met some great new friends. – Dan B., Yelp
- Great way to make new friends in the city. I highly recommend it! – Kristin W., Yelp
United Social Sports
United Social Sports is on a mission to create opportunities for people to connect socially and to play more often. From special events like scavenger hunts, tubing trips, happy hours, and movie screenings to their social sport leagues for things like kickball, softball, soccer, flag football, skeeball and cornhole, USS has a ton of ways for people to get a little more active and a whole lot more social.
Constitution Ave. NW and 15th St. NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20002Get Directions