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Family fun Easter Egg Hunts happening north of Toronto
March 25, 2013
4 min Read
March 25, 2013
|Adventures in egg hunting!|
An early Easter in 2013 means early sweet chocolate for kids! Parents looking for Easter egg hunts and other kids Easter holiday activities can head to areas north of Toronto for day trip activities or even a whole weekend of Easter fun. For kids, chocolate bunnies, eggs and other candy treats are a big part of the excitement of finding organized hunts on this spring holiday.
Editor’s Tip: B*Y*O*Bag – Bring your own bag. Baskets are cumbersome and they really don’t hold a lot. Bags are easier to handle and bringing your own bag is more eco-friendly. Make it about function, not fashion.
Easter Egg Hunt & Easter Bunny Visit: Snow Valley Resort wraps up its 60th season on the Easter Weekend. The Easter Bunny is coming to Snow Valley and the Children’s Easter Egg Hunt begins at 9 a.m. on Easter Sunday morning.
Easter Egg Hunt for Dogs: National Service Dogs has many clients, volunteers and dogs in Barrie that will be attending the Easter Egg Hunt for Dogs. Our clients and NSD dogs will be at the event to teach participants more about autism and the benefits Certified Service Dogs for Autism bring to the impacted families they serve. The event runs on March 29 at 10 a.m.
Easter Egg Hunt with Barrie Police: Join the fun as we celebrate Easter with the Barrie City Police on their annual Easter Egg Hunt held at Roberta Place Retirement Lodge. On Saturday, March 30, bring the whole family out to meet Barrie’s Finest and thier German Shepherd Mascot, Blue.
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Blue Mountain | Collingwood
Blue Mountain Village: Join Blue Mountain Village for the annual Easter Egg Hunt! There will also be horse and wagon rides and visit Activity Central to pick up your Village Scavenger Hunt to complete and win a Prize.
Downtown Collingwood: Downtown Collingwood on March 30
Bracebridge Fairgrounds: The Bracebridge Agricultural Society and Muskoka Bulk Barns invites children ages three to eight to a free Easter Egg Hunt at the Bracebridge Fairgrounds at 331 Fraserburg Rd. Bring your own basket. Don’t be late as the hunt begins at 1 p.m. sharp and is usually finished within a few minutes.
Downtown Gravehurst: The annual Gravenhurst Easter Egg Hunt takes place at the Muskoka Wharf on Saturday, March 30 at 11 a.m sharp. Children ages three to eight are welcome to join. The event starts at the boardwalk entrance between Due North and Applause! Toy Store.
Easter Egg Hunt: Come and join the search for Easter Eggs all over Gravenhurst.
Sir Sam’s Ski & Bike: Sir Sam’s Ski and Bike in Haliburton will open weather permitting for ski hill easter activities and family fun.
Midland | Penetanguishene
Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre: Enjoy a very hoppy Easter here at Wye Marsh! Enjoy a variety of activities throughout the weekend including an egg hunt, crafts, chickadee feeding and nature walks.
Huronia Museum: Huronia Museum is holding its annual Glow-in-the-Dark Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 30, between 1 and 3 p.m. Admission is $1 and a non-perishable food item per child. Kids will get to search in the museum for glow-in-the-dark eggs and they will receive an Easter treat as a prize.
Downtown Midland: Bayshore Lanes – Bowl with the Easter Bunny.
Penetanguishene Centennial Museum: Easter Eggstravaganza on March 30.
Downtown Orillia: The Downtown Orillia Management Board would like to invite you to the annual Great Easter Egg hunt. It takes place on Saturday, March 30 from 9:30 a.m. to noon, outside the Orillia Opera House. 20 Mississaga St. W. Orillia.
Wasaga Beach Rec Plex: The Town of Wasaga Beach is happy to be hosting the fifth annual Easter Eggstravaganza on Saturday, March 30, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Wasaga Beach RecPlex & YMCA. This fun-filled day will provide our community the opportunity to celebrate the arrival of spring, community spirit and of course Easter!
Resorts, inns and other accommodations in areas north of Toronto present Easter family getaway packages that are affordable and take a lot of work out of the holiday for parents needing a little r&r! Families can celebrate with packages that include the hunt, the loot and the Easter Brunch, without all the clean up!
Many resorts and their fantastic chefs are having traditional Easter Brunches with all the fixings! While the kids are stuffed with chocolate, parents can treat themselves to a delicious brunch.