Triangle Egg Hunts and Spring Fun

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Easter Egg Basket Photo by – nataliaderiabina



Everyone enjoys the thrill of an egg hunt, and there’s plenty of fun in store across the Triangle this month. Remember that egg hunts begin and end in a flash, so be sure to arrive early with your Easter basket. Events listed below are organized by date and town, and are free unless otherwise noted. 

Be sure to check the websites for these events before you head out to ensure they are still taking place.




Children ages 5–17 with disabilities can search for candy-filled eggs with a flashlight at 8:15 p.m. at Apex Community Park. Registration is 
required online; use code 14447.

2200 Laura Duncan Road, Apex




Kids ages 3–12 can search for eggs at WakeMed Soccer Park at the Town of Cary’s Hippity Hoppity Easter Egg Hunt. Registration is required, and each child must register on RecTrac; choose activity #EVEN0009-001. Gates open at 
9:15 a.m. for check-in. 

101 Soccer Park Drive, Cary



Hank Anderson Park welcomes kids ages 2–10 for the Carrboro Community Egg Hunt Celebration from noon–2 p.m., featuring a giant egg hunt for three age groups.

302 NC Hwy. 54 West, Chapel Hill



Children can search for eggs at 10:15 a.m., including a gold one that brings an extra prize, at Campus Hills Park. 

2000 S. Alston Avenue, Durham

West Point on the Eno’s 37th annual egg hunt starts at 10:15 a.m., with games and crafts afterward. A golden egg brings an extra prize. 

5101 N. Roxboro Street, Durham


Meet the Easter Bunny at Fleming Loop Park and search for eggs beginning at 10 a.m. Children will be divided by age groups on three separate fields. Enjoy the Downtown Candy Hop after the hunt and fill a basket with treats from 
participating merchants.

503 Fleming Loop Road, Fuquay-Varina



The town’s Spring Eggstravaganza features games, crafts, music and food trucks from 10 a.m.–12:30 p.m. at Lake Benson Park. Three egg hunts are scheduled for children in four age groups: 10:30 a.m. for ages birth–3; 11 a.m. for ages 4–5; 11:30 a.m. for ages 6–8; and noon for ages 9–12.

921 Buffaloe Road, Garner



Children ages 8 and younger can enjoy a morning of games, inflatables, Easter Bunny meet-and-greets and an egg hunt on Ting Stadium’s Dick Sears Field at the town’s Spring Fling. The event takes place 
from 10 a.m.–noon.

101 Sportsmanship Way, Holly Springs



The town’s annual egg hunt on the sports field at the Central Recreation Center features crafts, visits with the Easter Bunny, inflatables and more. Registration is required for all household members who plan to attend; $10 per household. Three egg hunts are scheduled for children in four age groups: 11:45 a.m. for ages birth–4; 12:15 p.m. for ages 5–8; and 12:45 p.m. for ages 9–11.

302 W. Tryon Street, Hillsborough



Meet the Easter Bunny at the Hippity-Hoppity Egg Hunt from 10 a.m.–noon at Laurel Hills Community Center, featuring games, crafts, a selfie station and two egg hunts—one for kids and one for grown-ups.

3800 Edwards Mill Road, Raleigh



This year’s Easter Eggstravaganza at
11:30 a.m. at E. Carroll Joyner Park includes 15,000 eggs, music, activities 
and a visit from the Easter Bunny.

701 Harris Road, Wake Forest




Find the hidden Peeps and win a prize at Peeps in the Park at Morrisville Community Park from 5–7 p.m. Games and food trucks round out the event.

1520 Morrisville Parkway, Morrisville




Youth ages 11–14 are invited to take their flashlights and enjoy an egg hunt in the dark at Wilson Park. Search for golden eggs that contain special prizes. The hunt begins at 8:20 p.m.; arrive at 7:45 p.m. to register.

110 Williams Street, Carrboro




Knightdale Station Park hosts a Spring Fling Festival at noon showcasing live music, food trucks, inflatables and a vendor market. A modified Easter Egg Hunt features vendors distributing eggs at their booths.

810 N. First Avenue, Knightdale  

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