Easter Egg Hunts and Egg-citing Events in Cincinnati {2021}

Spring is finally here and we’re all ready to get out and enjoy some fun! Easter falls on April 4 this year (2021), and we have lot of opportunities to get out for a fun Easter Egg Hunt or an egg-citing Easter event.

Easter Egg Hunts in Cincinnati

And the egg hunts aren’t limited to kids! There are a few options for adults in this list!

Please note: most of these events require pre-registration. And most/all are weather dependent. Be sure to check with the event (links below) before you head out the door.

Did we miss an Egg Hunt? Let us know in the comment section.


March 27:

Washington Park is switching it up a bit this year and with an Egg Scavenger Hunt. Instead of a traditional egg hunt, they will be holding a two-day egg scavenger hunt in the park. Eggs will be individually packaged and handed out by staff members to those who participate in the scavenger hunt. Spots are limited and pre-registration is recommended. This is a free event.

Deer Park will host an a Easter Bunny Hop. What is it? They anticipate that they won’t be able to have their Annual Easter Egg Hunt so with the support from the Deer Park Silverton Fire Dept, they will be transport The Easter Bunny with a special Mystery Guest (Hint Ho Ho Ho), for a couple laps in Deer Park. Details to come!

The Shiloh United Methodist Church is hosting an Easter Egg Hunt and Kite Flying Event. They invite you to bring your Easter basket and hunt for eggs in the ball field. Bring your kite with you to fly kites in the ball field after the egg hunt.

North Hills United Methodist Church is hosting a Kids Easter Drive Thru, 1-3pm. “Pile your car full of your kids and allow us to give you an Easter baskets with candy, books, and a craft. All have been packed safely and individually wrapped.”

Head to the Working in Neighborhoods parking lot for their annual Easter Bunny Hop Up. Kids age 5-12 can visit the Easter Bunny, play games and win prizes! Each child will receive Easter bags filled with treats! NOTE: Staggered arrival times are being scheduled in order to maintain social distancing and limit contact between individuals/families who do not live in the same household. Register here. See their site for full details.

Taylor Mill (Ky) residents are invited to visit the Easter Bunny at Pride Park from 10am til noon. Remain in your car and the Easter Bunny will hop over to each car with a treat.

Take a drive on the Independence (Ky) Easter Bunny Trail in the Summit View Academy’s parking lot. Remain in the car and let the kids be entertained with circus performers, costume characters and fill their Easter bags with goodies (bags will be provided). They request registration with the # of kids ages 1-12 so they can plan for everyone who plans to attend this event. They ask that families to please come during the following times to help spread out the traffic:
– Last names starting with A – H, please come between 10:30am – 11:30am
– Last names starting with I – P, please come between 11:30am – 12:30pm
– Last names starting with Q – Z, please come between 12:30pm – 1:30pm

The City of Cold Spring (Ky) will have a Drive-Thru Easter Event, 12-2pm. The Easter Bunny will be handing out goodie bags to each kid. Volunteers will be wearing masks.

High Stakes Harley-Davidson is hosting an ADULT Easter Egg Hunt at their location in Florence, Ky. All ages are welcome. Be at the dealership by 12:30 and be ready for the hunt which starts at 1!


March 28:

The MetroParks of Butler County will have a few opportunities for their “Egg Orienteering” events. They’ll have a full range of courses for all ages & skill levels including a special “egg hunt” course for kids. Following an easy map, kids will find several checkpoints. When finishing, they will have a choice of candy or toy from a treasure chest. Pre-registration for this event is required.

Washington Park is switching it up a bit this year and with an Egg Scavenger Hunt. Instead of a traditional egg hunt, they will be holding a two-day egg scavenger hunt in the park. Eggs will be individually packaged and handed out by staff members to those who participate in the scavenger hunt. Spots are limited and pre-registration is recommended. This is a free event.

St. John’s in West Chester will have an Easter Egg Trunk Hunt starting at 1pm. Join in at the church parking lot for a fun afternoon with family and friends. Bunny hop from car to car to trunk hunt for Easter treats galore!


April 2:

The Deerfield Township Parks and Rec Easter Egg Hunts have been reimagined this year! This is a no-touch event for families to enjoy at their own pace during Easter weekend. Visit your favorite park during park hours from April 2 through 4 for their Self Guided Easter Egg Hunts. 6 different parks will participate and each park has its own theme. Be sure to print off the Printable Hunt Sheet before you head out with the kids.


April 3:

Join Mr. Bunny at Anderson Parks Annual Egg Hunt. They’ll have separate times and procedures for kids 0-2 and then by age group for the older kids. Pre-registraton is required for a specific egg hunt time and only pre-registered families will be allowed at the event. A maximum number of tickets will be sold for each hunt. Registration closes on Friday, April 2 at noon or when the event sells out. See their site for full details.

The MetroParks of Butler County will have a few opportunities for their “Egg Orienteering” events. They’ll have a full range of courses for all ages & skill levels including a special “egg hunt” course for kids. Following an easy map, kids will find several checkpoints. When finishing, they will have a choice of candy or toy from a treasure chest. Pre-registration for this event is required.

The Harrison VFW Post 7570 will host an Easter Style Trunk or Treat starting at 1pm. Free pictures with the Easter Bunnny and goodie bags for the kids. Bring a decorated hard boiled egg – the best one wins a prize!

The Florence (Ky) Police Department will hold an Easter Candy Drive Thru event on Saturday, April 3, 2021 from 9am-11am. The first 1000 children will receive Easter treats. Event will take place rain or shine.  The drive thru will take place at the Florence Government Center, 8100 Ewing Blvd.

The Deerfield Township Parks and Rec Easter Egg Hunts have been reimagined this year! This is a no-touch event for families to enjoy at their own pace during Easter weekend. Visit your favorite park during park hours from April 2 through 4 for their Self Guided Easter Egg Hunts. 6 different parks will participate and each park has its own theme. Be sure to print off the Printable Hunt Sheet before you head out with the kids.

CinCity Harley-Davidson is having an ADULT Easter egg hunt with the chance to win a TON of amazing prizes. All ages are welcome! Be at the dealership by 12:30 and be ready for the hunt which starts at 1!


April 4:

The Deerfield Township Parks and Rec Easter Egg Hunts have been reimagined this year! This is a no-touch event for families to enjoy at their own pace during Easter weekend. Visit your favorite park during park hours from April 2 through 4 for their Self Guided Easter Egg Hunts. 6 different parks will participate and each park has its own theme. Be sure to print off the Printable Hunt Sheet before you head out with the kids.

The Cincinnati Zoo hosts its annual Easter Celebration. This egg-citing day will feature animals receiving Easter-themed enrichment throughout the day!

9 thoughts on “Easter Egg Hunts and Egg-citing Events in Cincinnati {2021}”

  1. “The Bellevue Band of Gold is once again ‘bringing the Bunny back to Bellevue’ for our annual Lunch with the Bunny and Easter Egg Hunt, Saturday March 31st at Gilligan Field/Ben Flora Gymnasium in Bellevue.

    Doors will open at 10:30 am. The Easter Egg Hunt will begin at 11:00 am for children ages 0-12. After the Hunt, join us for Lunch with the Bunny, carnival games, crafts, raffles, pics with the Bunny and lots of spring time fun!

    The Easter Egg Hunt is free! The Lunch with the Bunny is just $5.00 per child and includes lunch, drink, dessert and 5 game tickets. Additional concessions and game tickets will also be available for purchase. Hop on down and join us Saturday the 31st from 10:30 am until 1:00 pm.

    This event is a fundraiser for the Bellevue Band Programs at Bellevue Middle School and High School. All profits go directly to support the students in the band programs.

    THIS IS A RAN OR SHINE EVENT!!!

  2. Join the “hunt” for Easter Eggs at Our Lady of Peace Church grounds on Saturday, March 24, at 11:00. We are located at 119 Wocher Ave., off River Rd. In Delhi. Be a good egg and win a prize! Happy hunting!

  3. Springdale is having there annual Easter egg hunt at Ross park at 12pm on March 31st. 0-12 years of age are welcome. Plus the Miss Easter Bunny will be present

  4. What time is the egg hunt for kids at the Cincinnati zoo? Also does admission include day pass with the animals after the egg hunt

  5. Montgomery Kiwanis Club is holding its annual Easter egg hunt April 11, 2020 at 10:00am. The location is Montgomery Park at the corner of Montgomery Road and Schoolhouse Lane in Montgomery, Ohio 45242. This event is free for children ages 1-9. 400 of the plastic eggs contain jelly beans and another 100 are prize eggs containing a Snickers bar. The candy bar wrapper may be taken to the shelter and exchanged for a stuffed bunny. Be sure to arrive before 10:00am because that is when the hunt begins and all the eggs are picked up very quickly. There will be a big Easter bunny walking around the park. Questions? Call David Freas at 513-910-7068.

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