Easter Egg Hunts in the Hudson Valley



Hop on over to these local Easter Egg Hunts

Hudson Valley Easter Egg Hunts Family Fun Kids

The Easter season will be here before you know it, so hop to it and find your local Easter Egg hunts in the listing below! Hudson Valley Parent has you covered with sensory friendly and inclusive egg hunts along with the annual tradition of meeting the Easter Bunny! Covid precautions will be taken at these events.


April 3


Easter Egg Hunt

Annual Easter Egg Hunt kicks off Hurley Library's new Sunday hours. Bring a bag/basket to collect eggs. All participants receive a book and other goodies. Hurley Library, 48 Main St., Hurley.


April 9


Free Drive Thru Easter Celebration

All are welcome to drive through and receive FREE candy filled Easter eggs, toys, coloring pages, mugs, bibles and more as supplies last. Trinity Lutheran Church, 2520 State Rt 208, Walden.


April 9


Annual Easter Egg Hunt
Fun for the whole family! Bring your basket and meet the Easter Bunny! 
Easter Egg Hunt participants will be split into the following age groups: 0-4 years. 5-7 years. 8-11 years. 10am. 97 Sherman Ave., Walden.


April 9


Easter Egg Hunt
Join Wappingers Falls PBA & Village Recreation at an Easter Egg Hunt at Mesier Park! 12pm. 2 Spring St., Wappingers Falls.


April 9


Please join the Town of Plattekill Recreation for some fun! Bring your favorite Easter basket to collect as many goodies as you can! Bring your camera- Peter Cottontail will be hopping around. Thomas Felten Community Park, 11 Patura Rd., Modena. 845-883-7331, ext. #14.

April 9

Save the date and spread the word...the Town of Esopus Annual Easter Egg Hunt is back! Games, music, prizes and the Easter Bunny! *Pre-K through 4th grade. *Rain date: Sunday, April 10, 2pm-4pm. George Freer Memorial Park, 104 Canal St., Port Ewen. (845) 339-1811.

April 9

Hyde Park's traditional Easter Egg Hunt is BACK! Join us at Hackett Hill Park on Saturday, April 9th at 1pm for multiple hunts for different age groups! Plus, meet the Easter Bunny! Hackett Hill Park, 59 E Market St., Hyde Park. (845) 229-8086.

April 9

Town of Chester PBA Annual Easter Egg Hunt will be on April 9th starting promptly at 9 am. All are welcome to attend and just a reminder the Easter egg hunt will be starting at 9 am sharp so please arrive early to ensure you're' here at start time. We are aware the Little League opening day is the same day and they were kind enough to start their event at 10 am. Hope to see everyone there! Chester Commons Park at 78 Laroe Rd., Chester. (845) 469-7000.

April 9

A full weekend of fun, shopping & great company is guaranteed. Food truck, Easter Egg Hunt, The Easter Bunny, Raffles, Face Painting, Henna Tattoos & More! The LakeStreet Marketplace, 13 Lake Street, Monroe.

April 9

Eggs will be hidden in different sections for each age group of course starting with the easiest for the little ones 0-4, 5-9, and 10-?. Candy-filled eggs, special eggs, and what's an egg hunt without golden eggs. A little something for each child will be given. The Crazy Box Bakery will be on-site along with professional photographer Merisa (Merisa Photography). Take a wagon ride along the black dirt to check out what the farmers are up to as they get ready for their spring plantings. (you never know what machines will be working the fields) Games and activities for all ages and of course be on the lookout for the Easter Bunny. Social Island, 939 Pulaski Highway, Goshen. (845) 545-5997.


April 9 & 10, 15 & 16


Harvest Moon Orchard Easter Egg Hunt
Their Easter Egg Hunt is for children ages 8 years and under. Each child's ticket includes one egg hunt session, an egg carton for collecting eggs, a set of bunny ears, and a visit with the Easter Bunny! Tickets must be purchased prior to the event date and cost $18 per ticket. They offer three age groups for children: 3 years and under, 4 to 6 years, and 7 and 8 years. The egg hunts begin promptly and only last 5-10 minutes! Please arrive at least 30 minutes in advance to allow time for parking and check-in. Please have your ticket printed or on your phone for easy check-in. 12pm. 130 Hardscrabble Road, North Salem. (914) 485-1210.


April 10


The Easter Egg Hunt will feature a special guest appearance by the Easter Bunny! Those who participate will be treated with delicious candy. The egg hunt is open to children ages 3-11 years. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Children ages 3-5 will begin the egg hunt in a designated area, followed by children ages 6-12 in the outer field. Please be sure to bring a bag for all eggs collected. Soccer field behind the Newburgh Armory Unity Center, 321 S. William St., Newburgh. 845-565-3230.


April 10


Pack a picnic lunch and join us for a fun day at the park! Don't forget to bring a basket or bag. The egg hunt will begin at 1:30pm. Julie’s Jungle5 Old Lime Kiln Rd., Hopewell Junction. (845) 226-1630.


April 10


Easter Eggstravaganza!
The Reach Out Church is so excited for their touchless Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday, April 10th (Palm Sunday)! All the eggs will be hidden along a path, as you walk through the path you will mark off how many you see. At the end, you'll get a prize for finding them! Once you are done with the egg hunt you will be able to participate in more Easter-themed fun (egg races, family photo booth, balloon launcher, and more...)!! Feel free to invite friends and family to join in on the fun! Register by April 4th, to guarantee your child receives a goody bag at the end of the egg hunt and to enter to win a $25 gift card. This is an all-outdoor event. If we get rained out the event will take place the following Saturday at the same time (Sat. April 16th). 12:30pm. 241 Crum Elbow Rd, Hyde Park. (845) 229-6080.

 


April 10


Easter Family Fun
Kindly join Hidden Rose Catering for a day of fun! Magic show, egg hunt, Easter-themed activities. $25 per person. 3 years old and under are free. Reservations required. Sunday, April 10 at 11am. Hidden Rose Catering, 33 Chelsea Rd., Wappingers Falls. (845) 416-1545.


April 15


Glow in the Dark Egg Hunt

Join the Middletown Recreation Department and City of Middletown Police Department for TEAMBUILDING, CONVERSATION, AND PIZZAAAAAA PLUS A GLOWING GOOD TIME OF AN EGG HUNT! Event will be held Friday, April 15th, 2022, at the Middletown Recreation Campus; 393 County Route 78. Drop off at 7:00 PM and pick up is 9:00 PM. 8-12-year-olds welcomed, but you must pre-register. Parents/guardians will not be permitted to stay. Space is limited. Cost is $5 per participant. Middletown Recreation Campus, 393 County Route 78, Middletown. (845) 346-4180.


April 16


Easter Egg Hunt
The Easter Bunny is excited to announce that the Grahamsville Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary Easter Egg Hunt is back! Please join us with your little ones at the Grahamsville Fairgrounds. Don't forget your Easter basket to collect eggs. Bring your camera to have lasting memories of this special day. The hunt starts promptly at 11am. This event is FREE and is held Rain, Snow, or Shine! Looking forward to seeing you all again. 11am. 8230 State Rte 55, Grahamsville. (845) 985-5101.


April 16


Greenwood Lake Easter Egg Hunt
Join us on Saturday April 16th at 10am for our annual Easter egg hunt! We will be hosting the Easter egg hunt at Winstanley Park, next to 123 Windermere Avenue, Greenwood Lake, NY 10925. All are welcome, just bring your children and a basket. We look forward to seeing everyone! 10am. next to 123 Windermere Avenue, Greenwood Lake.


April 16

Easter Egg Hunts for AllVisually Impaired Egg Hunt at 10:30 am This hunt will be outside and the children will "listen for the eggs that beep" - guides will be around for extra help while seeking. Sensory Friendly Egg Hunt at 10:30 am Come join us for a relaxing version of this Easter tradition. The crowd will be less so kids can focus on the EXPERIENCE instead of the RUSH. Wheelchair Accessible Egg Hunt at 11:00 am At this hunt there will be different ways to collect eggs no matter your mobility level. Traditional Egg Hunt Ages 6 and under & 7 - 10 at 11:00 am SHARP The eggs will not wait! Bring a basket to fill as the excitement of collecting eggs abounds. Who knows where the Easter Bunny may leave his mark? On the playground? Across the bridge? You will have to arrive at this Egg Hunt in time to be ready for the quick dash at 11AM. There is no fee for these programs, but registration is required for all of the hunts. REGISTER NOW AT www.unionvalerec.com. Please bring your own bag/basket. Tymor Park, 8 Tymor Park Rd., Lagrangeville. (845) 724-5600.

April 16

Come and join Middletown Recreation & Parks for our egg hunt, meet RaeRae the Rabbit and gather eggs! Don't forget to bring your basket, one will NOT be provided! Only children are permitted to gather eggs. No cost, but you must pre-register! Space is limited. Please be prompt. See times below for more details. All participants will check in upon arrival. Please all families remain behind the partition until the horn sounds. There will be two separate times for each age group. *4 & UNDER arrive 10:00AM; 'HOPPING' off at 10:10AM --Clear & reset field 10:30AM-11:30AM--*5-7 YEAR OLDS arrive 11:30AM; 'HOPPING' off at 11:40AM. Middletown Recreation Campus Back Field, 393 County Route 78, Middletown. (845) 346-4180.


April 17


Easter Brunch & Easter Egg Hunt at Villa Venezia
Celebrate Easter at Villa Venezia with our delicious Easter Brunch Buffet! Kids can bring their own basket for an Easter Egg Hunt! Seating will take place at 11am.

ADULTS $48*; KIDS $25* (Ages 3 and under eat FREE). *Plus tax, gratuity, and online purchasing fees. 11:00am. 2257 Goshen Tpke., Middletown. (845) 692-3300.


Last updated: 3/14/2022


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