Campfire is a great way to unwind after a full day of activities, and a firm warm weather favourite. This evening session particularly compliments the group spend the evening in the great outdoors. Participants can relax and enjoy some quality time together whilst they toast marshmallows, sing songs and play games gathered around outdoor campfire.
1. Twenty Questions: It is one of the best campfire games to play because of its versatility and high level of entertainment.
2. Name that song: Name that song is one of the best campfire games if there’s a musician in the group — one of those types who can play any song on the guitar, on demand! They simply play a short riff, intro, or section of a song and the rest of the group has to guess what the song is as quickly as possible. It can be done in teams or you can score individually.
3. Stand Up & Shout: Everyone sit around the campfire and any participant can start. Each participant can shout only one number, but they must stand up when they shout it out. Though numbers must be shouted in order, there is no assigned order around the campfire – anyone can shout out a number at any time. As more and more people try to call out numbers, there will be lots of opportunities to be eliminated.
4. Ghost Stories: A scary story should be brought up at least once when sitting amongst the woods. Maybe participants already have a stock of them, or want to brush up beforehand, sure to get everyone to share one!
5. Hot Seat: One person in the chair facing the group is‘HOT SEAT’! others write a funny or strange word on a piece of paper and hold it up behind the prospect in the hot seat for everyone to see. The group must try to get the hot seat member to guess the word by giving hints and clues. If the person gets the word after everyone gave a hint, they are safe, if not the group decides on a fun punishment.
6. Shoeking: Sitting around the campfire on camping chairs, everyone balance a shoe on his or her toes. The aim here is to flick the shoe backwards over their head. The person who manages to throw the shoe the farthest over their head is declared the winner.
7. Marshmallow Maverick: How many times can participants roast a crust around a marshmallow on a stick in the fire, pulling the little crust off and roasting it again until there is NO marshmallow left?
8. Empire: Empires is best when you are with a group who are willing to give away the best secrets! It’s a great game for conversation starters but can only really be played well once or twice within the same group as it gets hard coming up with good secrets.
9. Campfire Stories: Campfire stories are a classic camping activity. Whether you’re looking for ghost stories, tales of adventure, or funny anecdotes, just turn to your camping for entertainment.
10. Campfire Songs: Singing songs together around a campfire in the outdoors has been a beloved tradition for centuries. Cowboys, soldiers and recreational campers alike have enjoyed indulging in this popular camping pastime as a way to relax and enjoy time spent together.
11. Antakshari: Playing Antakshari in Campfire night, where facilitator as the host can pick any random word and give it to the teams who have to sing a song starting from that word. Here, which each team starts singing a song. The team that fails to do so won’t remain for long.
12. Charades: Charades is an active party game that can easily be made into camping activities. This game can be played anywhere any number of people and space. It could be the name of a movie, an animal, or anything really. The possibilities are endless! Then, everyone else tries to guess. The trick is that the acting character cannot talk. They literally have to perform everything. Whichever team has the most points at the end wins. For a unique take on this game, play in front of the campfire. The flames will cast some unique shadows for some fun interpretations!
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