5 Easter Egg Hunts in Metro Detroit

The Easter Bunny is hopping to town! Take a look at some local Easter events that are fun for all.
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Easter is almost here, and everyone’s favorite rabbit is hiding colorful eggs across metro Detroit in celebration of the holiday. Get into the spirit of spring and hunt down those goodies with your kids at one of these Easter Egg hunts in metro Detroit.

A Visit with The Bunny

On April 1 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., the Brownstown Event Center is hosting an Easter celebration for children who are neurodivergent or on the Autism Spectrum. The kids will be able to do crafts, gather eggs, and do other activities at their own pace. Family and caretakers are welcome to join in on the fun! The Easter Bunny will be making an appearance along with some live bunnies as well. No cost. Brownstown Event Center, 23345 King Road, Brownstown Charter Twp.; brownstownrec.org.

Easter Egg-Stravaganza

Blake’s has a day full of fun planned on April 2. Kids can ride a train through the orchard, get a photo with the Easter Bunny, and have their face painted. Plus, admission to Funland is included. Funland will have a petting farm, a tricycle track, swings, jumping pillows, and more! Parents, you can sign your children up online for Blake’s egg hunt, the Easter Egg Scramble. $24.95 per child. Blake’s Orchard & Cider Mill, 17985 Armada Center Road, Armada; blakefarms.com.

Adult Flashlight Egg Hunt

Who says you have to be a kid to enjoy an Easter egg hunt? Not Longacre House! Longacre is hosting an adult Flashlight Egg Hunt on April 6 from 7:30-9 p.m. The night will start with a nice pasta dinner, games, and a cash bar. Once the sun starts to set, the hunt will begin. The eggs collected can be redeemed for raffle tickets for a chance to win a prize. Be sure to bring your own flashlight and bag for collecting eggs. $25-$30. Register online. Longacre House, 24705 Farmington Road, Farmington Hills; web1.myvscloud.com.

Easter Fun Fest 2023

Detroit Parks and Recreation is putting on a Candyland themed Easter carnival on April 8 from noon-4 p.m. This free carnival will feature rides, games, a kiddie zone, pony rides, an egg hunt, and so much more. Dance along to music put on by DJs or jam out to some karaoke! Attendees can re-energize throughout the day by visiting the food trucks and sweet trucks. No cost. Helimann Recreation Center, 19601 Crusade St., Detroit; facebook.com.

Egg Hunt and Bunny Fun

Children ages 2 to 10 will have the opportunity to participate in an Easter egg hunt, do a take-home craft, play a Jelly Bean game, and get a picture with the Easter Bunny on April 2 at Gilbert Willis Park in Wixom! No registration is required. The event will be held from 1-3 p.m. Registration will start at 12:30 p.m. $5 per child. Gilbert Willis Park, 2911 Chickasaw St., Wixom; wixomgov.org.

Find even more fun things to do in metro Detroit this Easter and beyond at HourDetroit.com