Top 5 Unique Easter Egg Hunts

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  1. The Cincinnati Zoo’s annual Easter Celebration has something for the whole family.  Meander the park and hit the various treat and activity stations, visit the Easter bunny, and of course, watch the animals partake in a zoo-wide egg hunt. March 31, 2018, 12-5 pm, Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, cincinnatizoo.org
  2. Is finding Easter eggs getting too easy for you? Level up this Friday at the Flashlight Egg Hunt at Forrest Run MetroPark.  The nighttime search will happen in waves, starting with preschool-age at 9:00pm, and finishing up with a family hunt at 9:45pm. With prizes for every player, it’s a festive win for all.  $5 per participant, March 23, 2018, 8:30-11pm, 1810 Hamilton-New London Rd., yourmetroparks.net
  3. If your child is four-legged, hairy, and barking, head to Rentschler Forrest MetroPark for the Dog-Gone Bone Hunt.  Treat-filled eggs, a doggie obstacle course, pet-friendly vendors, and human-friendly concessions will ensure that every member of your family has a howling good time. $6 per dog, March 25, 2018, 12-4pm, 5701 Reigart Rd., yourmetroparks.net
  4. No kids (or dogs) around? No reason to miss out on this springtime tradition.  Anderson Park District’s Adult Egg Hunt will likely be more competitive than your average church-yard search, so lace up your sneakers and work out a strategy.  Ages 18 and up, registration required, $5 per person, March 29, 2018, 7pm, 3969 Round Bottom Rd., andersonparks.com
  5. Washington Park’s annual Egg Hunt is free and open to the public.  Better yet, it features a whopping 10,000 candy-filled eggs, face-painting, a petting zoo, and photos with the Easter Bunny.  Grab your friends, family, and an Easter basket for this Saturday afternoon park-wide scramble. March 24, 2018, 10am-4pm, 1230 Elm St., washingtonpark.org

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