Finally Unplugged Fest
Are you ready to get Finally Unplugged?
Join us on April 23 for a COVID-safe, in-person, multi-event, team challenge with huge prizes, free food, and a beach towel for every participant.
- Showdown at the Slingshot Saloon
- Rootin’ Tootin’ Aim ‘n Shootin’ archery challenge
- Pandemic Paint Party
- Tremendously Tricky Tower station
- Boss of the Toss Corn Hole Relay
When we say huge prizes, we are talking MacBooks, Beats, AirPods, restaurant gifts cards, boat rentals at Stone Valley Outdoor Rec Area, Penn State apparel, and much more!
Check back for a final prize list. Prizes are awarded randomly throughout the event.
After teams finish all five events, everyone is invited to the Park Avenue Fields for music and a free meal from local vendors, including Panera, Jersey Mike's, and Home D. Students will receive a boxed meal to comply with COVID-19 safety protocols.
The event will run from 2:00 p.m. - 8:15 p.m. on April 23 with six separate 75-minute sessions. 50 teams can sign up for each session and the teams will rotate through the games during their assigned time.
Teams are made up of five students and will work through the games together. The games are designed to be challenging and fun. All fitness levels and abilities are encouraged to participate.
How to Register
This event is free and open to all University Park students. Students must register through IMLeagues using their Penn State ID to complete the registration.
Students can register as a team of 5 for one 75-minute time slot between 2:00 p.m. and 8:15 p.m. on April 23. Individuals who are looking for a team or looking for extra players for a partial team can email Campus Recreation, and the staff from Campus Recreation will assist students in creating or joining a team.
Teams must arrive and check-in together in front of the IM Building 15 minutes before their scheduled time on the day of the event.
The event adheres to Penn State’s COVID-19 safety protocols to ensure the safety of all participants and staff. All participants and staff are required to wear masks the entire time (except when eating) and individuals and teams will be physically distanced. Sanitizing stations are also available throughout the area that day. No spectators will be allowed at the event.