Grab Your Basket: DFW Area Easter Egg Hunts

Easter egg hunts poster

Hoppity Hop, Hippity Hop the Easter Bunny is headed to town. Grab your Easter basket, your camera and make plans to take the kiddos to one of these local Easter egg hunts.

Cedar Hill Easter Weekend Egg Hunt April 16 11am-1pm

Cedar Hill Easter weekend flyer

11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Valley Ridge Park
2850 Park Ridge Dr.
Free Event

Kids 10 & under-

4 and Under
11:15a.m. on Fields 1 & 2

5-7 Years Old
11:40a.m. on Field 3

8-10 Years Old
12:00p.m. on Field 4

Don’t miss the Easter Weekend Egg Hunt, a FREE event put on by Hill City in partnership with Cedar Hill Parks and Recreation. 35,000 EGGS will be dropped from a helicopter for children ages 10 and under! Enjoy food trucks, bounce houses and other family friendly activities.

April 9: DeSoto Easter Egg Hunt at Zeiger Park 10am-Noon

DeSoto Easter egg hunt poster

Free-Kids 9 and under

Register for free: (First 100 to sign up get free bunny ears)

The Easter Bunny is on the way! Bring your Easter baskets and join us for the Easter Eggstravaganza for children ages 9 and under. There will be hundreds of Easter eggs up for grabs, so hop on over to the fields at Zeiger Park.

April 9: Duncanville Easter Egg Hunt 11am-2pm

Duncanville Easter egg hunt flyer

Saturday, April 9, from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm at Armstrong Park Duncanville annual Easter Egg Hunt!

Over 7,000 eggs (while supplies last) filled with tasty treats and goodies, fun games for the kids to enjoy, bounce houses, music, and of course, the Easter Bunny

The event will be held on the South side of Armstrong Park running East to West. There will be 2 age groups at different locations at the park to make it safe and fair for all age groups. The first age group will be ages 5 and under and the second age group will be ages 6 and 12. Children will have an opportunity to take pictures with the Easter Bunny, hunt for eggs, there will be games to play, music, and candy.

For more information. Call the Recreation Center at 972-780-5070

April 16 10am – Noon Grand Prairie Easter Eggstravaganza

Children ages 10 and younger are invited to the annual Easter Eggstravaganza to hunt for thousands of eggs and prizes Saturday, April 16 at Mike Lewis Park, 2410 N. Carrier Parkway in Grand Prairie, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Kids will be divided into age groups (0-2 years old, 3-5 year olds, 6-7 year olds, and 8-10 year olds) and will participate in different hunts. Photo opportunities with the Easter Bunny, arts and crafts, face painting and other entertainment will be featured. Event admission is free.

Midlothian Community Egg Hunt April 9, 10am

Midlothian Community egg hunt flyer

Free Kids 10 & Under

Midlothian Annual Community Egg Hunt for children age 10 and younger on Saturday, April 9, at 10 a.m. at the Sports Complex softball fields, 1000 S. 14th Street.
This is a fun scramble for toy-filled eggs and prizes. Children will be separated by age group. No reservations are needed for this free event, but families are encouraged to arrive early to allow time to park and find the field for the proper age group. Bring baskets to collect eggs. Photo opportunities with Mr. and Mrs. Bunny will be available after the hunt. In the event of rain, the event will be held Friday, April 15.

Red Oak Easter Egg Hunt April 13 6 pm

red oak easter egg hunt flyer

The Red Oak Parks &Recreation Department, in Partnership with the Red Oak Public Library and the Red Oak Lions Club, is hosting an Easter Egg Hunt on April 13 at 6:00 pm. The hunt will take place behind the Red Oak Municipal Center and is open to ages 0-10.
6:00 pm – Photos with the Easter Bunny
6:30 pm – Egg Hunt
Age categories include 0-3, 4-6, 7-10, children with special needs.
*Golden Tickets – Limited eggs in each age group have golden tickets inside their eggs.
Gold tickets can be exchanged for a full Easter Basket
Previous articleSevere Weather This Week Brings Strong Wind Possible Tornadoes
Next articleRepresentative Carl O. Sherman Hosts Second Last Responders Town Hall
Kristin Barclay
Kristin Barclay graduated from the University of South Carolina with a major in Journalism and Advertising. Throughout her career, Kristin has demonstrated a passion for storytelling and a commitment to providing accurate, timely, and informative news coverage. She has a deep understanding of the issues and concerns facing local communities and has earned a reputation as a trusted source for reliable news and information. In addition to her work as an editor and journalist, Kristin is also a skilled writer and has written articles on a wide range of topics, including politics, business, education, and culture. She has a keen eye for detail and a talent for crafting compelling stories that engage and inform readers. Kristin is also an active member of the community and has volunteered her time and resources to numerous organizations and causes. She believes in the importance of giving back and making a positive impact on the world around us. In addition to her professional accomplishments, Kristin Barclay is also a passionate advocate for local journalism and the role it plays in keeping communities informed and engaged. She believes strongly in the importance of supporting local news outlets and is dedicated to ensuring that quality journalism remains a vital part of our society. Outside of work, Kristin enjoys traveling both for business and pleasure. She loves exploring new places, meeting new people, and experiencing different cultures. Whether she's on a business trip or a vacation, Kristin is always eager to discover what makes each place unique and special. Kristin's passions include boots, bourbon, dogs and college football. She is a self-proclaimed boot aficionado and has an impressive collection of cowboy boots that she wears with pride. She also enjoys sipping on a good bourbon and spending time with her husband and beloved border collies. Last but certainly not least, Kristin is the proud mother of two children who bring joy and meaning to her life. She is deeply committed to being a loving and supportive parent, and her children are her greatest source of inspiration and motivation