Cochrane Scavenger Hunt


To encourage locals to explore Cochrane businesses and attractions in a safe manner and support residents’ mental health, Cochrane Family and Community Support Services is launching a town-wide scavenger hunt for the month of May. 

Cochrane Scavenger Hunt is an opportunity for all Cochranites to rediscover, explore and ultimately, have fun while adventuring in their own backyard this spring. The event will be launched in conjunction with Mental Health Week, May 3-9, and will run until May 31.  

There is something for everyone!

Challenge your friends and neighbours at a distance.

Venture out into the area around you and check off as many boxes as possible. The more you check off, the more points you score! 

Choose your own adventure! Download instructions and maps below:

  • Follow all current AHS COVID-19 public health protocols.
  • Participate in this event at your own risk

Have fun and enter our prize draws!


Take lots of pictures/videos to enter the prize draws on Instagram. 

Be sure to follow our page and tag #CochraneScavengerHunt and @townofcochrane

Watch for our Cochrane Scavenger Hunt posts to enter the prize draws on Facebook. Be sure to follow our page and tag a friend, neighbour or family member to challenge them to take part in the scavenger hunt

@CochraneFCSS (Cochrane Programs, Activities & Opportunities).

Send a photo of your final score (tabulated on the last page of your booklet) to to enter the top score draw. 

You can also drop off your entry at 209, 2 Ave W, Cochrane, AB.

Thank you to our generous prize sponsors:

  • Car Wash Corral
  • Cochrane Family Vision
  • CodeNinjas
  • First Place Realty
  • Home Reno Heaven
  • Krang Spirits 
  • KS Communications
  • MacKay's Ice Cream
  • Pascal’s Patisserie - Fine French Pastries You Bake
  • Rent My Home Property Management 
  • Schooners On First
  • Secure Home Watch Services
  • The Corner Coworking
  • The Social Spot
  • The Strand

The Cochrane Scavenger Hunt is coordinated by Cochrane Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) and Cochrane Family Resource Network (FRN)