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 25
2nd Annual Easter Egg Hunt. Bring your Easter baskets and have some fun. Ages up to 12 years old. 1pm. Rhinebeck Elks Lodge #2022, 7711 Albany Post Road, Red Hook.

April 1
Easter Egg Hunt. Wappingers Falls PBA and the Village Recreation are sponsoring this year's Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 1st @ 12pm. The hunt will be divided by age categories and will kick off simultaneously at 12:15pm. We will have a DJ / food trucks / free photos with the Easter Bunny. No registration is necessary. Mesier Park, 2 Spring St., Wappingers Falls. (845) 297-8773

April 1
Town of Beekman Easter Celebration. It’s Beekman’s annual Easter Celebration! 1pm. Beekman Recreation and Parks, 29 Recreation Center Rd, Hopewell Junction. (845) 227-5783.

April 9
Easter Brunch at Curry Estate. Creating memories is what we do best at Curry Estate! For children ages 12 and under, attending the brunch, we have two Easter Egg Hunts (11:30am & 2:00pm) during which the Bunny themself will be here for photo opportunities.. 10:30am. Curry Estate, 2737 NY-52, Hopewell Junction. (845) 221-1941.


Orange County

April 1
Annual Easter Egg Hunt. Fun for the whole family. Bring your basket and meet the Easter Bunny. Participants will be split into age groups. 0-4 years, 5-7 years, 8-11 years. Prizes for the 2 children in each age group who find a golden egg. 10am. James W. Olley Community Park, 97 Sherman Ave., Walden. (845) 778-2177.

April 1
Easter Crafts & Egg HuntBring the kids to the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame for a fun-filled event of seasonally oriented crafts, horse-themed games, an egg hunt, and a ride on the Harness Racing Simulator, all for only $5.00 per child – and parents are free! The egg hunt will be held in the courtyard or around the Museum, weather depending, and are divided by age groups. Art supplies are limited. Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame, 240 Main St., Goshen. (845) 294-6330.

April 1
Wabbitville Egg Hunt & Bonnet Parade in Washingtonville. Celebrate the 6th Annual Wabbitville Egg Hunt and Bonnet Parade! Music brought to you by DJ Blizzard. Games, food, and fun for all! Photos with the Easter Bunny throughout the event! Free admission. Bring your fanciest, biggest, and most creative bonnet and get a chance to win our bonnet contest!!! L Vern Allen Park, Ahern Blvd., Washingtonville.

April 1
Easter Bunny Brunch. Join the Empire Diner for brunch with the Easter Bunny! Regular menu served. Bring your own camera for pictures! Empire Diner, 797 State Route 17M, Monroe. 845-782-2244.

April 1
Town of Chester PBA Annual Easter Egg Hunt. Easter Egg Hunt with special guest Officer E. Bunny. Chester Commons, 81 Laroe Rd., Chester.

April 1
2023 Egg Hunt on the Island. Family fun event! Come on out to the island for our 2nd annual Egg hunt. Saturday, April 1, 2023 (Rain date 4/2/23) at 11:30am. $5 Farm Fee per person. Enjoy a day filled with yard games, inflatables, and more. Keep an eye out for the Easter Bunny who will be hopping in for photos. 11:30am. Social Island, 939 Pulaski Hwy, Goshen. (845) 545-5997.

April 1
Easter Egg HuntEaster egg hunt. Open to the public. Ages 2 to 12. The event will be held in 4 30-minute heats for all ages. Eggs will be color coded for different age ranges. Bring your own baskets. Face painting and crafts too. 11am. 250 NY-32 Suite 106, Central Valley. (845) 273-1111.

April 8
10th Annual Easter egg huntChristmas Tree Lane and the Pallet Barn host the 10th Annual Easter egg hunt for children 0 to 13 years of age. Registration starts at 10am; egg hunt starts promptly at 11am. Boy scout volunteers will be there to help. Don't forget to bring your Easter basket. Food available for purchase. Bring your camera to take pictures with the Easter Bunny. 10am. 10 Christmas Tree Dr, Wallkill.

April 8
Spring has Sprung...Sensory Easter Event!!! Join us for a sensory Easter egg hunt and Easter bonnet contest, open to adults, boys, and girls of all ages and abilities, including those who are visually impaired. Easter egg hunts tend to be a very sensory-rich experience due to the group of excited children, loud noises, and high-energy competition. For many children, sensory-rich experiences are not enjoyable, provoke anxiety and create overwhelm and meltdowns. A sensory-friendly Easter egg hunt solves those problems. Our event will be designed to be accessible for everyone, and we will provide additional support and accommodations to ensure that all participants can fully enjoy the experience. Don't forget to take pictures with the Easter Bunny too! This event promises to be a great opportunity to celebrate the arrival of Spring and Easter. Must register. 11am. Otisville Veterans Memorial Park, 23-79 Main Street, Otisville.

April 9
Easter Brunch. Join us & the Easter Bunny for Easter Brunch! The Easter Bunny will be hopping around visiting each table, and you will have a chance to take a picture. Following the brunch will be an egg hunt. Pre-paid tickets are required. To reserve your seating please email events@windinghillsgc.com with your name, number of adults & number of children, phone number, and time requested. An invoice will be sent and needs to be paid within 24 hours to secure your seat. 9:30am. The Venue at Winding Hills Golf Club, 1847 NY-17K, Montgomery. (845) 457-9875.

Ulster County

March 25
3rd Annual Egg HuntEach year we fill hundreds of eggs filled with mini toys, slime, candy, and other small prizes like stamps, bracelets, and temporary tattoos and place them in our 100 x 75 sand-filled indoor arena for an egg hunt. It is rain or shine as it is inside however, please note it is not temperature controlled. Included in this event is a pony ride; weather permitting the pony rides are outside in our driveway circle- if it rains, pony rides are in the indoor arena as well. We will also have a food truck and 50-50 there as well. Registration is required to participate. Tickets are $35 per child; non-refundable payment is taken to register. 10am-5pm, in multiple time slots. Ridge Runner Ranch, 85 Hasbrouck Rd., New Paltz. 845-706-3637.

April 1, 2 & 8
The Easter Bunny ExpressShake 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 up to one hour from the complete train ride experience. 10am. Catskill Mountain Railroad Co., 55 Plaza Rd., Kingston. (845) 332-4854.

April 1
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. Rain date April 8th 10am. 10am. Town Field, Main St., Highland. 

April 1
Easter Egg Hunt, Crafts, and Free DinnerIndoor Easter Egg Hunt and Messy Church Easter! Please Pre-Reserve Tickets for Egg Hunt - space is limited. Messy Church is free crafts for all ages, an Easter Pageant, and dinner. Indoor Easter Egg Hunt is for ages 2-12, 3-4pm. Please remember to bring an Easter Basket! (We will also have bags you can use.) 3:30pm. 29 Pearl Street, Kingston. 845-331-3030.

April 1
Easter Extravaganza. Fun for the whole family. Admission is $1.00 (12 & under FREE) (Gets you a free raffle ticket to use on a chance to win a chocolate bunny, silent auction) Easter egg hunt. Pre-registration is required. Email STONEDHANDMADE@Mail.com. Free baskets to collect eggs will be given out at Raffle Booth. Egg Scavenger Hunt starts at 2pm. Also, get your picture taken with the Easter Bunny. DJ Carl Dayton will be there playing music, announcing winners of the raffles etc. Over 40 vendors, crafters, & artisans from the Hudson Valley, food, desserts, gourmet popcorn, cotton candy, silent auction, raffle to win Chocolate Bunny and so much more. Andy Murphy Midtown Neighborhood Center, 467 Broadway, Kingston.

April 1
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. (Rain date April 8th, 10am.) 10am. Main St., Highland.

April 1
Kid's Easter Egg Hunt 2023. Join us on April 1st and April 8th for both a kid's Easter egg Hunt and a Boozy Adult Egg hunt. Complimentary photos with the Easter Bunny from 12-3pm. Live Music on both April 1st and April 8th, 2-5pm. See below for more info and to register. Children's Easter Egg Hunt- 12pm. This is a FREE event! Please register so we can prepare. This event starts right at 12pm so please arrive early. After the hunt, feel free to take complimentary pictures with the Easter Bunny. The bunny will be available from 12pm-3pm. 12pm. 714 Albany Post Rd, New Paltz. (845) 255-9463.

Sullivan County

April 1
Easter Egg HuntThe Rock Hill Volunteer Ambulance Corp will be hosting its traditional fun filled 3rd Annual Easter Egg Hunt. Let's save the date, Saturday, April 1st with an alternate rain/snow date of Saturday, April 8. 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 18,000 eggs to find. Our mission is to strengthen the community bonds with each other and create everlasting memories. 10am. Thompson/Lake Ida Park, 53 Adams Rd, Glen Wild.

April 8
Easter Egg Hunt. Our Easter Bunny is excited to be coming back for our Easter Egg Hunt! 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 there. 11:00am. Grahamsville Fair Grounds, 8230 State Rte 55, Grahamsville. (845) 985-5101.

April 8
Easter Egg HuntEnjoy an egg hunt, games, and meet the Easter Bunny at the Easter Egg Hunt in Freer Park! Join us Saturday, April 8, 1pm-3pm for the Town of Esopus' annual egg hunt, perfect for kids up to age 12. 1pm. 104 Canal St, Port Ewen. (845) 331-3709.

Greene County

April 7
Easter Egg Hunt at the ZooFirst Annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Zoo! Reservations are required. $25 per child includes egg hunt, pony ride, admission for child and 1 adult. Special appearance by the Easter Bunny! 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. The zoo will open for the season on April 8th. For reservations please call 518-678-5665, email bailiwickzoo@aol.com, or message us here! Payment is due at the time of registration. 10:00am. Bailiwick Animal Park, 118 Castle Rd, Catskill. (518) 678-5665.

Putnam County

April 1
Easter Egg Hunt. FREE Easter egg hunt and petter zoo! Food will be available for purchase from a local food truck after service. 11am. FaithChurch.CC, 245 Main St, Cold Spring. (845) 203-0400.

Westchester County

April 1, 2, 7 & 8
Harvest Moon Easter Egg HuntEach child’s ticket includes one egg hunt session, an egg carton for collecting eggs, and a set of bunny ears! Plus, a visit with the Easter Bunny! We offer three age groups for children: 3 years and under, 4 to 6 years, and 7 and 8 years.5pm., 130 Hardscrabble Rd, North Salem.

Last updated: 3/10/2023

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