Hudson Valley Easter Egg Hunts



Hop on over to these local Easter Egg Hunts

Top Hudson Valley Easter Egg Hunts

Hippity hoppity' Easter's on its way! The HVP Staff has picked some of the very best Easter Egg Hunts across the Hudson Valley. Be sure to hop on over to these local Easter Egg Hunts and have a ball.

Orange County


The YMCA of Middletown opens its doors to provide youth ages 10-17 with fun and safe activities. 7-10pm. 81 Highland Ave., Middletown. 845-956-1491

Camp Warwick Easter Egg Hunt, March 24
Come join us for an awesome time just before the Easter Holiday. Games, prizes and an Easter Egg Hunt! Sign up here. 

Annual Easter Egg Hunt, March 24
Fun for the whole family! Bring your basket and meet the Easter Bunny. 10am. James W. Olley Community Park. 97 Sherman Ave., Walden.

Children 8 and under are invited to come hunt for eggs and meet the Easter Bunny and his friends. Children 2 and under pick a prize from a table while ages 3-8 may search of the football and soccer fields. Free for New Windsor Residents. 2pm. Kristi Babcock Memorial Park. 660 Mt. Airy Rd., New Windsor

Pennings Easter Egg Hunt and Easter Bunny, March 31
Peter Cottontail will be on-site handing out candy, hopping through the fields and posing for candid photos. Participants are encouraged to bring their baskets and bags to gather Easter goodies in their respective age groups. Hunts are scheduled for 11am and 2pm. Pennings Farm. 161 South Route 94, Warwick. 845-986-1059.

 
hudson valley easter bunny photos

Dutchess County

Our annual Easter Egg Hunt from 10-11am and from 11:30am-12:30pm.  Reservations are strongly encouraged. Bounce Poughkeepsie. 2 Neptune Rd. Poughkeepsie. 206-4555.

Egg hunt, Easter Bunny, crafts, games, raffles and refreshments. Mesier Park & Homestead. Intersection of East Main Street & NYS Route 9D. Wappingers Falls.

Town of Wappinger Egg Hunt, March 24
We will have kids hunting for eggs in three different age groups. There will be refreshments, crafts, games, raffles and of course a visit from the Easter Bunny! 1-3pm.  Martz Field, Pye Lane.

Spring Egg Hunt, March 24
Bring a basket or bag. Wristbands are needed to participate and are free for residents, fee for non-residents. Activities include meeting the Easter Bunny, crafts, face painting, petting zoo and refreshments. Town Center Park. 71 Town Center Blvd, Hopewell Junction. 845-227-5783.

Spring Extravaganza and Easter Egg Hunt, March 24
Egg hunt inside the plaza, coloring contest, crafts, petting zoo, Child ID cards, and an appearance by the Easter Bunny! Free. 12-2pm. Poughkeepsie Plaza, 2600 South Rd., Poughkeepsie. 845-471-4265.

Egg Scramble, March 24
The annual egg hunt starts at 11am. Activities also include face painting, crafts, a visit with the Easter Bunny and lots and lots of eggs. This year, the Egg Scramble includes a designated adaptive area where children with special needs up to age 13 can gather eggs. Linden Ave. Middle School. 65 W Market St., Red Hook. 845-758-3241.

Egg Hunt, March 24
Bring your basket and meet the Bunny Rabbit. Hackett Hill Camp. 59 East Market St, Hyde Park.

Bring your kids, camera and Easter basket to visit with the Easter Bunny who has delivered thousands of eggs to the park. Hunt begins at 10am SHARP and is separated by age/ abilities including trail for 10+! There is a sensory friendly time between 11am-12pm for a relaxing version of this Easter tradition.A visually impaired egg hunt will also take place from 1-3pm. Tymor Park. 8 Tymor Park Rd., Lagrangeville.

Egg Hunt, March 25
Indoor Easter Egg Hunt will be held rain or shine. Registration is limited and required. Bring a small bag and hunt for treat-filled eggs, decorate eggs and chow down on snacks. 10-11:30am OR 1-2:30pm. Poughkidsie. 50 Springside Ave., Poughkeepsie. 845-243-3750.

Enjoy a day on the farm with the whole family visiting the Easter bunny, hunting for eggs, planting sunflowers and taking a hayride. Tickets available. Rain date: March 25. 10am-4pm. Fishkill Farms.9 Fishkill Farm Rd, Hopewell Junction.

Easter Egg Hunt, March 31
Easter egg hunt starts at 11am where preschoolers through children in 3rd grade search for chocolate eggs and have a chance to meet the Easter Bunny and other characters. Free. Tribute Gardens Park. St. Josephs Dr., Millbrook.

Join in the fun- for a community egg hunt and other family-friendly activities. 12-2pm. Vassar Collage. 124 Raymond Ave, Poughkeepsie. 485-3628.


Ulster County

Town of Highlands Easter Egg Hunt, March 24
Come out and join us for our annual community Easter Egg Hunt! Don't miss the opportunity to meet and take pictures with the Easter Bunny! 0-5 year olds are on the Men's Softball Field. 6-10 year olds are on Fickens Field. 10am. Roe Park Softball Fields. 845-446-4280

Grab your baskets for an egg hunt! Ages 5 and under at 10:30am, and 6+ at 11am. Prizes for returned eggs. Glasco Firehouse. Saugerties. 

Hurley Egg Hunt, March 30
Grab your baskets for an egg hunt!. Town Park, Dug Hill Road. West Hurley. 845-331-7474.

Starting at 1pm, join Plattekill Recreation for some family fun. Prizes, games and of course a visit from the Easter Bunny! Rain date, March 31. Thomas Felten Park, 11 Patura Rd, Modena. 845-883-7331.

Easter Bunny Trains, March 24 & 31
Take a ride on the Easter Bunny Train along the historic Catskill Mountain Railroad. Families can participate in an egg hunt, snacks and photos with the Easter Bunny. Catskill Mountain Railroad, 149 Aaron Ct., Kingston. 845-688-7400.


Sullivan County

Bethel Youth Egg Hunt and Party, March 31
Bethel youth up tp age 10 hunt for prize-filled plastic eggs. Some eggs have special prizes. Color contest- all participants receive a prize. Refreshments provided. 1-3pm. Town of Bethel Parks and Recreation. 3460 Rte. 55, White Lake.

Easter Egg Hunt, March 24
. Come visit the Easter Bunny and dye eggs! Refreshments will be sold. Raffles will be sold for an Easter basket. Groups for hunt will be split up into 4 age groups. 10am-1pm. Rock Hill Fire House. 61 Glen Wild Road, Rock Hill. 845-313-8663.

Putnam County

Spring Egg Festival, March 24. Join us for an egg-cellent family event, including an egg hunt, seasonal crafts, an epic raffle basket and a festive story hour. As, always 2 separate age zones will ensure happy hunting for everyone. Please let us know ahead of time if your child has food allergies. Please note that parents must stay with their children during Egg Fest. Bring your own basket! 11am-1pm. Kent Library. 17 Sybil's Crossing, Kent Lakes. 845-225-8585


Last updated: 3/8/2018


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