Easter Egg Hunt @ Colchester's Bayside Park
Ages: 0 - 14+
Cost: Free - Please bring a non-perishable food item to support the Colchester Community Food Shelf
Parking: Yes - Please park your vehicles at Colchester High School and enter the park by the softball field road off Laker Lane.
Join the Easter Bunny for a great egg hunt at Bayside Park. Children will be separated by age groups to hunt for eggs in different areas of Bayside Park.
- Ages 4 & under will be at Lower Bayside Park.
- Ages 5 - 8 will be at Upper Bayside Park.
Bring a bag or basket to put your eggs and goodies in. Sponsored by Colchester Lions Club & Colchester Parks & Recreation.
The Colchester Lions Club will be hosting a food drive for the Colchester Community Food Shelf at the Easter Egg hunt. We are requesting that all participants bring at least one non-perishable or canned item to the hunt. This event is sponsored by the Colchester Lions Club and Colchester Parks & Recreation
Reviewed on 03/16/2016
We attended this event the last 3 years. I have 2 boys ages 4 and 7.
Apparently we didn't get there early enough to get closer to the front of the line. By the time my son got out to the field he only found 2 eggs even with my help. As we went over to the playground to open his 2 eggs I noticed several other kids had baskets full of eggs. Parents right there helping them with their treasures. It was pretty clear that there was a...more
Reviewed on 03/24/2014
We have tried this event every year since our son's first Easter in 2009 and then in 2010-2013 at which time he was walking. We hope each year it will be different, but there are always kids walking around with bags or baskets overflowing (with parents assisting) and then a bunch of kids with empty baskets.
Each year we see parents sitting down with the kids cracking open large quantities of eggs in hopes of finding the "big...more
Reviewed on 04/07/2012
Bad idea to attend this one. Very disappointed. We showed up 20 minutes early, parking was very busy, and there was a huge line of people to get into hunting area. At 10 am when hunt opened, kids in front immediately scooped up all the eggs, totally ignoring 5 egg per child rule. I would say most kids that were in the back of line, at least in the 5 and under area, didn't get any eggs. I know my 4 year old didn't and I saw a ton of...more