Sacramento Easter egg hunts can be found all throughout the valley and in surrounding regions. In an attempt to provide relevant information, year-specific information is not listed. You may visit the web links below to find out when the hunt is on next! Some are small in scale but still yield plenty of treats, while some are combined with a concert, pancake breakfast or other activities families can enjoy together.
Clunie Community Center – Sacramento
The East Sacramento-Midtown Kiwanis Club hosts a pancake breakfast and egg hunt at the Clunie Clubhouse in McKinley Park. The egg hunt is free to attend, and breakfast is served at an affordable price. Grab some breakfast, enjoy the free egg hunts and then stay for the carnival games that will be set up.
Haggin Oaks Golf Complex – Sacramento
This free pancake breakfast and Easter egg hunt have proven to be a great success for this Sacramento golf course. All eggs are filled with candy, while some have special prize vouchers for golf clubs, stuffed animals and other winnings appropriate for those aged 10 and under. The pancakes are free too, so bring the whole family out for this fun morning on Easter Sunday.
Fair Oaks Easter Eggstravaganza
Fair Oaks Park – 11549 Fair Oaks Blvd, Fair Oaks
Join the Fair Oaks Recreation & Park District for their annual “eggstravaganza” appropriate for children aged 0-13. The egg hunt is free for all children, while a purchased wristband is available for unlimited access to carnival games and bounce houses. The wristband will also get you one train ride and one face painting session. This is one of the few egg hunts in the area that host an “adult” egg hunt for those aged 14+. Admission to this special egg party requires a purchased ticket. Individual carnival tickets may be purchased for 50 cents each at the Eggstravaganza.
Want to catch breakfast before the hunt? The nearby McMillian Center offers a morning breakfast.
Elk Grove Community Park – 9950 Elk Grove Florin Rd, Elk Grove
The Spring Eggstravaganza in year’s past has included carnival games, an egg scramble, and an egg drop. For a very low fee, you can purchase breakfast with the Easter Bunny. T
4th Annual Easter Egg Hunt for Dogs
Mickinley Park – Sacramento
Sponsored by Wag Hotels, a local pet resort, is sponsoring the 4th Annual Easter Egg Hunt for Dogs. Dog owners will receive complimentary food and beverages while their pups sniff their way to a bounty of Easter treats. Get your dog’s picture taken with the Easter Bunny and try your luck at the raffle featuring plenty of dog-centric vendors and prizes.
Southside Park - 2107 6th Street, Sacramento
This egg hunt is huge, with over 15,000 eggs ready to be found among four different age group divisions. Out among the colorful bounty are 10 golden eggs, which can be cashed in for an Easter Basket filled with special springtime treasures. Free crafts are also available for children, while parents can enter the raffle.
These are just a few of the Easter egg hunts in Sacramento this year. From Davis to Auburn, there are plenty of local hunts happening in your town – check with your local chamber of commerce or the newspaper listings for a complete rundown on where to go hunting for the best eggs.