Where To Find The Best Easter Egg Hunts In The DFW Area!

You’ve got to love Easter weekend! We realize life gets busier and more complicated, which is why it’s worth enjoying that a good old-fashioned Easter Egg Hunt stays the same year after year after year. All you need are a few colored eggs and a basket. We hope you find a great Egg Hunt and have a special Easter weekend. (Don’t forget to give your Easter lunch host a one-of-a-kind Texas-themed hostess gift like this one to your left! You can find the best Texas-themed gifts at www.texastreats.com.)

As you know, your own backyard or front yard, living room, or local park is an excellent place for an Easter Egg Hunt. But sometimes, no matter how simple it seems, it certainly can be more fun finding a great Easter Egg Hunt in your area. We’d love to share with you a few great Easter Egg Hunts in the DFW area.

To begin, Trekaroo.com helps us with a few great reminders to enjoy “drama-free” Easter Egg Hunts:

  • Go to an Egg Hunt where the children will be divided by age.
  • Make sure your toddler stays away from the bigger kids who can sometimes be pushy in their quest for the eggs.
  • Do not forget to bring your own basket!

Fun Easter Egg Hunts In The DFW Area:

  • Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens, DallasEnjoy their Annual Easter Weekend on April 7-8. Petting zoo, Saturday from 12-4 pm & Sunday from 1-4 pm Face painting, Saturday from 12 – 4pm & Sunday from 1-4 pm Photos with a live bunny by Haynsworth Children’s Photographer, Saturday from 12-4pm & Sunday from 1-4 pm
  • Adventure Landing, DallasOn Saturday, April 7, join other children as over 2,000 eggs will be stuffed with candy & prizes and hidden on the Miniature Golf Courses. A $3 donation per child will benefit City House of Dallas. Registration is at 8am. The Egg Hunt runs from 9am – 10am. The first 100 children in each age group will be able to participate. Age groups: 2-4 years old, 5-7 years old, 8-10 years old.
  • Courtyard Theater, Plano: Come out for Egg-citing Easter Saturday April 7 from 10am to 12pm outside Plano’s Courtyard Theatre. Kids of all ages can hunt eggs and get their face painted and enjoy a free lunch. There will be a mini train, bounce houses, balloon animals, puppet show and other games. The Event is sponsored by The Current.
  • Texas Discovery Gardens, Dallas: The Texas Discovery Gardens will host its first Easter egg hunt this year. Bring your own basket to participate in what promises to be a delight for the young and the young at heart as you romp through the various gardens. This Sunday, April 8, 2012 – 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., $8 per adult; $6 per senior age 60 and up; $4 per child age 3 to 11; Free for children under 3.
  • Nash Farm, Grapevine: Hop all over Nash Farm in search of thousands of eggs filled with candy, toys  and a few special prizes including cash for hunters ages 6 to 12. All egg hunts are arranged by age group. Bounce houses and hay rides will round out the day on the farm. Parking for this event will be available at the Botanical Gardens and Cannon Elementary School. Sunday, April 8, 2012 – 9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. Free.
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