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! 

Dutchess County

March 23
Elks Lodge #2022 3rd Annual Easter Egg Hunt. For Ages up to 12 years old. Dig out your Easter Baskets & have some fun! 1pm. 7711 Albany Post Road, Red Hook.

March 23
Annual Beekman Egg Hunt. Visit with the Bunny in the gazebo. Games by Just for Fun. Visit with the animals in our Petty Zoo which may include a kangaroo! Make some crafts with our volunteers. There are 3 hunts divided by age at 3 different locations in the park. Bring a bag or basket to collect eggs. Recreation Center Park, 31 Recreation Center Rd., Hopewell Junction.

March 23
Town of Wappinger Easter Egg HuntGet ready for an egg-citing adventure for kids aged 0-13! Join us for the biggest Easter egg hunt in town, featuring a whopping 10,000 eggs!! The guest of honor Mr. Bunny, will be there for your kiddos to take photos with, so make sure to visit him under the pavilion. 1pm. Martz Field, 37 Lake Walton Rd., Wappingers Falls.

March 29
Egg HuntWe got egged. Join us for a scavenger hunt throughout the library.  There will be crafts, games and karaoke as well! 6:30pm. Blodgett Memorial Library, 37 Broad St., Fishkill.

March 30
Easter Egg Hunt. Join the Wappingers Falls PBA and Wappingers Falls Recreation Committee and the Easter Bunny for an Easter Egg Hunt on the front lawn of Mesier Homestead in Mesier Park. 4,000 Eggs - 4 Age Groups (3yrs and under - parents allowed to assist but the other three groups are unassisted. Ages 4-6, 7-9 and 10-12) with a Golden Egg in each group. We are requesting parents to register this year. Registration is FREE but each child must be registered and must check in with registration to participate. 12pm. Mesier Park, 22 E Main St., Wappingers Falls.

March 31
Easter Brunch. Creating memories is what we do best at Curry Estate! For children ages 12 and under attending the brunch, we have three Easter egg hunts (10:30am, 1:00pm, and 3:30pm) during which the Bunny themself will be here for photo opportunities. Easter egg hunt will be limited to those who are attending brunch. 9:30am. Restaurant Six at Curry Estate, 2737 NY-52, Hopewell Junction. (845) 221-1941.

 

Orange County

March 16
Easter Egg Hunt. Bring your kids to the Easter Egg Hunt. For preschool through elementary school kids. 11am. Veterans Memorial Park, 36 Bridge St., Montgomery.

March 23
Hippity Hoppity Egg Hunt. Come and join us 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 partition until horn sounds. There will be two separate times for each age group. 10am. Middletown Recreation Campus, 393 County Rd 78, Middletown.

March 23
Easter Egg Hunt with ponies. Easter Egg Hunt for children ages 3 to 10. Hay wagon ride, egg hunt (with candy and prizes), pony ride and visit the petting zoo included. Kids $35. Adults free. Also available for purchase we will have a hot chocolate and cookie bar and s'mores kits. Our fire pits will be going. 1pm. 1204 NY-302, Pine Bush. (845) 361-1429.

March 23
Bagpipes & Bonnets. A fun-filled, family-friendly day for children and adults of all ages! Annual Easter Egg Hunt, Annual Bonnet Parade and Contest, Bagpipers & Drums (NYC Bagpipes), The Easter Bunny, DJ Tony Flash, Irish Step Dancers, Food, Vendors, Craft Vendors, Kiwanis Club Flower Fundraiser, Reenies Rabbit Rescue, Bounce House Games and More! RAIN DATE: Sunday, March 24th. 12pm. L Vern Allen Park, Ahern Blvd., Washingtonville.

March 23
Easter Bunny Brunch. Join us for brunch with the Easter Bunny! Regular menu served. Bring a camera for pictures! 11am. Empire Diner, 797 NY-17M, Monroe. 

March 24
Easter Egg Hunt. Town of Mount Hope Easter Egg Hunt with a special appearance by the Easter Bunny. This is a FREE event. For kids ages 0-12. The event will begin at 2pm SHARP. Mount Hope Town Park, 42 Mt. Hope Ave., Otisville.

March 24
Annual egg hunt. Annual egg hunt and farm activities. $5 per person all ages. (ages 0-5 years - doors open at 10am. Hunt begins promptly at 11am - 1pm) - (6 Years and older - doors open at 1:30pm. Hunt begins promptly at 2:30pm - 5pm) Younger siblings can accompany the older siblings but the older siblings cannot accompany the younger siblings, bring your own basket.  Food and activities for all ages. Rain date March 30th. 10am. Social Island, 939 Pulaski Hwy, Goshen. (845) 545-5997.

March 30
Spring Family Fun Craft Workshop & Egg HuntBring the kids to the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame for a fun-filled family event. Children can decorate Easter-themed tins and create horsey egg holders with baby chicks inside and bunny egg holders. Enjoy refreshments, horse-themed games, an egg hunt and a ride on the Harness Racing Simulator. At 11am the egg hunt will be held either in the courtyard or inside the Museum, depending on the weather and will be divided by age groups. Art supplies are limited. Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame, 240 Main Street, Goshen.

Ulster County

March 23, 24 & 30
The Bunny Express. Shake off that winter chill and celebrate spring with a visit from the Easter Bunny! Passengers will visit with the friendly Easter Bunny before returning to Kingston. Our train ride includes an Easter Egg Hunt for a perfect activity that’s fun for younger children and adults. Please allow 90 minutes for the complete train ride experience. 10am. 55 Plaza Rd., Kingston. (845) 332-4854.

March 23
Easter Craft Fair. Come out for a day of fun and shopping! There will be a FREE Easter Egg Hunt for the kids between the hours of 12:30-1pm. This will be held outside, if the weather is bad, we will move it inside. Each child will get to collect plastic eggs and if you turn in the empty plastic eggs after they will get a goody bag! Please make sure you visit our wonderful vendors either before or after the egg hunt!!! Please contact Carrie Donnelly to register at creativecraftingcorner@aim.com. 10am. Napanoch Firehouse, 25 Plank Rd, Napanoch. (845) 647-6830.

March 23
Easter in the Hamlet. Come out and join us for our annual Easter egg hunt. Meet the Easter Bunny and make a craft. Make sure to bring your baskets. We will be having our Easter bonnet contest again. Rain date March 30th at 10am. 10am. 35 Main Street, Highland.

March 30
Christmas Tree Lane Annual Easter Egg Hunt. Music, meet and greet Easter Bunny, 3000+ eggs with chance to win golden egg to win a basket from Adam Fair Acre Farms. Food and drinks for sale. Relax by animals and fire pit. Join us for a delicious pancake breakfast with special guest, The Easter Bunny! Profits from this event are donated to local veteran organizations. Preregistration required. 11am. 9 Christmas Tree Dr, Wallkill.

March 30
Easter Egg Hunt. The Town of Esopus Parks & Recreation Committee is eggcited to announce the date of the annual Easter Egg Hunt! This year, the family fun activities will take place at ROSS PARK and is free to all attendees. Ages 12 & under. Bring your own baskets. The rain date is set for April 6th. 2pm. Ross Park, 208 Bowne Street, Port Ewen.

April 6
Easter Egg Hunt and Messy Church Easter! You’re invited to our Indoor Easter Egg Hunt and Messy Church Easter! Free event with an egg hunt, crafts, community service projects, wiggle-friendly worship, music, and dinner! Please RSVP so we’ll know how many Easter eggs, crafts and dinners are needed. 4pm. Saint James United Methodist Church, 29 Pearl Street, Kingston.

Sullivan County

March 23
Easter Egg Hunt. The Rock Hill Volunteer Ambulance Corp will be continuing the tradition and hosting its 4th Annual Easter Egg Hunt. The easter egg hunt will take place at the Town of Thompson/Lake Ida Park, 53 Adams Road, Glen Wild. Parking will be at the Rock Hill Fire House with a free shuttle service. The Easter Egg Hunt is an exciting free event for children ages 0-14. All are welcome to participate in the activities during the hours of 10am to 1pm. There will be more than 15,000 eggs to find, egg dyeing activities, music, basket raffles, food for purchase and more! Rain/snow date Sunday, March 24th. 10am., Rock Hill.

March 23
Easter Crafts and Games. Entertaining stories, games, and activities to get everyone ready for Easter! 10am. Liberty Public Library, 111 Sullivan Ave. Suite 1-3, Ferndale.

March 30
Easter Bunny comes to the firehouse. The Easter Bunny is excited to be coming to the Grahamsville Fire Department! Don't forget your Easter basket as we’ve been told the bunny will be bringing eggs for all the kids and a special treat (for the first 100 kids). Bring your camera to have lasting memories of this special event. This event is being held inside and free. We will have coloring activities for the kids to do while waiting for their turn to see the bunny. We will also be serving hot dogs, hot cocoa and cookies. This event is FREE as always. The auxiliary will be selling raffle tickets for an Easter Breakfast Basket. Tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5. 11am. 205 Main St, Grahamsville. (845) 985-2260.

Greene County

March 29 
Second Annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Zoo. $25 per child includes: egg hunt in the zoo, pony ride, admission for child and 1 adult. Bring your own basket! We will have baskets available to purchase in the gift shop. Reservations required. limited number of spots available. The Easter Bunny will be hopping around the zoo during the egg hunts so be sure to stop and take a picture with him! Petting & feeding areas throughout the zoo - playground - picnic area - gift shop. Please note the zoo will not be open to the general public for this special event. Bailiwick Animal Park, 118 Castle Road, Catskill. 518-678-5665.

Westchester County

March 23, 24, 29, 30
Harvest Moon Easter Egg Hunt. The Annual Easter Egg Hunt is a much anticipated, springtime family event that kicks off each year of upcoming fun and activities at this family farm! Four days of outdoor, egg-hunting fun for children ages 1-8 years old! The youngest guests can hunt at their own pace in a special, fenced-off egg patch with their parents/caregivers, while our older participants can set off on an adventurous hunt in the orchard! All youngsters can also enjoy a one-on-one visit with the Easter Bunny! Guests have access to our cafe where they can order a hot lunch, hot apple cider, fresh, hot apple donuts, and browse unique selections in our Farm Store gift shop. 10am. Harvest Moon Farm and Orchard, 130 Hardscrabble Rd., North Salem. (914) 485-1210.

Last updated: 3/27/2024


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