Posted by missmagpie on 23rd March 2016

The Ultimate Guide To Easter Egg Hunts in Vermont

This weekend there are so many Easter Egg Hunts for kids. The Easter bunny has been busy dying eggs and hiding them all over Vermont. Will you be able to find them all? Grab your baskets and hop to it. Most hunts start promptly so don’t be late. Ohhh, isn’t it egg-citing!

Easter Egg Hunts

Glow in the Dark Easter Egg Hunt – Friday, March 25 | 8:00pm

Geared towards kids 10-13 and will take place throughout Prouty Beach in the dark so that seekers need headlamps, flashlights, torches, and whatever other possible means to shine light on the scattered eggs full of goodies.  Bring the younger kids ages 2-9 on Saturday for the daytime hunts in the pines at Prouty Beach.  The hunts are just a portion of the fun at these events, to get the full experience join in on the egg toss, bonnet contest, and more.

Egg Hunt @ Williston Central School – Saturday, March 26 | 9:00am

For peep’s sake! Grab that Easter basket, come in costume and get ready to find some eggs. There will be prizes for specially marked Easter eggs and children wearing costumes. Enjoy a parade first and then the Williston-Richmond Rotary club will hold its Bill Mikell Easter Egg Hunt for children 12 and younger.

Easter Egg Hunt and Pancake Breakfast – Saturday March 27 | 9:00am

Join The Essex, Vermont’s Culinary Resort & Spa as they celebrate Easter! They kick off the celebrations Saturday morning with an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast followed by an egg hunt. Enjoy face painting, the Easter Bunny and some magic! Sunday morning they will be hosting our annual Easter brunch. The extensive menu of traditional fare and culinary twists is sure to please.

Easter Egg Hunt @ Colchester Bayside Park – Saturday, March 26 | 10:00am

Join the Easter Bunny for the 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 and ages 5 – 8 will be at Upper Bayside Park.

Egg Hunt @ Hubbard Park Montpelier – Saturday, March 26 |10:00am

Please arrive by 9:45am as this Easter Egg Hunt starts promptly at 10:00am at Hubbard Park. This hunt is for children 12 and under who want to collect chocolate eggs and look for the special gold and silver Eggs to win prize baskets.

Egg Hunt @ Green Mountain Club Visitor Center – Saturday, March 26 | 10:00am

Children of all ages and their parents are invited to take a walk on the Short Trail during the sixth annual non-competitive Mud Season Celebration Egg Hunt. When the search is over, children can turn in the eggs for chocolate and other goodies from Laughing Moon Chocolates. Please come dressed for the outdoors and BYOB (bring your own basket)! Head to Laughing Moon Chocolates in Stowe between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m to meet the Easter Bunny.

Easter Egg Hunt in St. Albans – Saturday, March 26 | 10:00am

Hop on down to Taylor Park in Downtown St. Albans for an Easter Egg Hunt for kids ages 2-8. Children will be divided up into three different age groups for hunting. The starting point is the sidewalk along Main Street. This hunt starts at 10am sharp and is over quickly, so make sure you’re there early!

Town of Milton Egg Hunt – Saturday, March 26 | 10:00am

This “egg-citing” annual outdoor race to find over 2,000 candy-filled eggs will be held at 10:00am sharp! This Easter Egg Hunt is for kids ages 6 years and under only. Please bring your own basket. The hunt takes place at Bombardier Park – rain, shine, snow or mud.

Easter Egg Hunt @ Fairfax – Saturday, March 26 | 10:00am

BFA-PTSA’s Fairfax Success By Six and the Fairfax Parks & Recreation Department invite you to hop on over to the Annual Community Egg Hunt on the Farifax Recreation Path. Please bring your own basket/bag and meet at the entrance to the Recreation Path to sign-in and for instructions. Children will be broken up by age group: 0-2, 3-6 and 7+.

Essex Egg and Scavenger Hunt – Saturday, March 26 | 10:00am – 11:00am

Kids up to age 10 are welcome to bring a basket or bag to search for and collect eggs and treats! Celebrate the first taste of spring with your neighbors from Essex Junction and Essex Town. There is a 10-egg limit per child and the hunt begins promptly at 10:00am! Please help a neighbor by bringing a non-perishable food item to donate to the local food shelf.

Stowe Easter Egg Hunt – Saturday, March 26 | 11:30am

Ready, set, hunt! Grab your basket and join them at 11:30 for face painting, festive crafts and games which will lead up to everyone’s favorite tradition…the Easter Egg Hunt! At noon watch as the kids scurry around the Stowe Elementary School playground in search of Easter treasures and toy filled eggs. Stick around after the hunt for a special visit and a photo-op with the Easter Bunny himself!

Eggstravaganza @ Palmer’s Sugarhouse – Saturday, March 26 | 11:30am

Hop on over to Palmer’s Sugarhouse for a Maple Eggstravaganza! Bring your family and friends for sugar on snow, horse rides, demos and meet the Easter bunny. There will be an Egg hunt starting at 1pm.

Easter Egg-s-uberance @ Northside Baptist Church – Saturday, March 26 | 11:30am

Easter Egg-s-uberance: Free Family Fun including a Golden Ticket Easter Egg Hunt, divided into two age groups. The event will have a craft project, coloring, a number of Children’s games and activities. A hotdog, drink, and dessert will be provided for every attendee, free of charge. Gift basket drawing and prizes for special marked eggs.

Children’s Easter Celebration – Saturday, March 26 | 2:00pm

Children of all ages are invited to celebrate Easter at the Church of Nazarene with games, crafts, stories and an Easter egg hunt. Children under 3 should be accompanied by a parent.

Easter Egg Hunt at Sugarbush – Sunday, March 27 | 10:00am

Join them for a morning Easter Egg hunt around the mountain! Kids 6 and under will be at the Farmhouse & Schoolhouse. Kids 7 and older meet at Allyn’s Lodge & Lower Jester and All ages can hunt at the Mt. Ellen Base Area.

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