Editor’s note: We know you’re looking for safe Easter egg hunts and activities for your kids in 2021. Our list of local egg hunts has been updated to reflect cancelations and/or COVID-safe events.
Who wouldn’t want to meet a candy-toting bunny?! Well, your kids just might have the opportunity to this year. While several of Portland’s traditional Easter egg hunts are canceled, there are still a good handful of hunts and Easter-y events your family can attend. Read on to find out where you can get your hunt on, whether it’s by farm, flowers or a PixO-Matic! Read on to find out more.
Easter Hunts & Events
Hunt your eggs this year at Lee Farms! An extremely family friendly event, this well-planned hunt offers plenty of fun for ages 0-12 and they offer multiple dates and time to ensure a safe, limited occupancy events with lots of room to roam and a fun time for your family. Once your child has found all 12 of their eggs, they can pick their special prizes to fill them! There is also play time on the Slide & Haymaze and a sugar cookie to-go to take home and decorate (with white buttercream frosting and rainbow sprinkles).
This event stretches out for two weekends for maximum availability! Pre-registration is required for this hunt, so be sure to sign up online before heading out, and know that this happens rain or shine.
Mar. 25, 26. 27, 28 and Apr. 1 & 2.
Visit site for available times.
21975 SW 65th Ave.
While this year you won't find a traditional egg hunt at the Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm, you will have the opportunity to enjoy the Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival with your little ones. The farm and festival are open on Easter and your kids will love wandering the tulip fields (bring your camera for pics!) Stop in the kids play area and let them run themselves silly. There's a tulip tour train and a hay ride. It's the perfect way to work off the sugar high from all of that Easter candy.
33814 S Meridian Rd
Packer Farm Easter Egg Hunt
Don't miss the 4th Annual Family-Friendly Easter Egg Hunt at The Farm Place. Bring your basket and search the farm for eggs with the Easter bunny! When you purchase your tickets online your child will receive an invitation to the Easter Egg Hunt from the Easter Bunny himself! The event includes a hunt and prizes, cookie decorating, egg decorating, rainbow chicks and more.
The hunt runs at multiple times. So check the website for times and availabilities. The store will be open and full of delicious Easter treats, drinks, snacks, and our Famous Hot Apple Cider Donuts all day!
3020 Thomsen Road,
Hood River, Oregon
Bethany Village Easter Egg Hunt
The hunt is on at this annual event which supports the community and local businesses. The hunt takes place for two hours in the afternoon. Strict COVID safety guidelines are enforced, so remember your social distancing. Participating retailers will have marking for families to follow. Don't forget to support local and grab a bite or pick up a treat while you are out!
April 4. 2 p.m.-4 p.m.
Pix-O-Matic Egg Hunt
Every year, Pix hides 50 “eggs” across the restaurant, each containing a golden ticket for up to $50 in Pix treats. This year, they’re hiding the eggs in 50 dessert boxes that will be stocked into the Pix-O-Matic contactless vending machine at 10 a.m. Easter Sunday. Take the kids to pick out a dessert and see what surprise comes with it. Maybe a $50 golden ticket? What a unique Easter Experience!
April 4. 10 a.m.
2225 E Burnside St,
Cedar Hills Egg Hunt (CANCELED)
Help the Easter Bunny find all the eggs he lost! They are scattered all over the park at Cedar Hills Recreation Center! And if your eyes are especially sharp you just might find a special egg with a prize! Besides the hunt, lots of games, activities, treats and rain or shine fun is planned! This hunt takes place at different times throughout the day depending on age and ability. Check to see which hunt is appropriate for your little bunny.
This unique hunt ia all underwater! Gather your little fishes, get the goggles, and register now for a splashing fun time. Kids from 6 months to 13 years will get the chance to hunt for colorful eggs at the bottom of the pool (or just splash around for fun). The time slots will be separated by age to let everyone have the most fun. But that’s not all-- on land you’ll find lots other activities like a cupcake walk, bunny bingo, a bouncy house, and crafts.
Rabbit Romp at the Zoo (CANCELED)
Celebrate spring at the zoo with the Rabbit Romp this year-- an Egg-citing time! The zoo is happy to present fully compostable Eco Eggs for the hunt, which reduces the plastic and is safe for animals. Children ages 3-10 are welcomed to hunt for eggs, candy, and prizes across the lawn. Littlest hunters can watch the big kids, then head to their very own special hunt at the Bear Walk Cafe. Bring your own basket!