Your 2019 Guide to Free Easter Egg Hunts in the San Francisco Bay Area

After a record winter of rain and snow, we’re especially grateful for Spring. It’s time to soak in some sun, perform that annual Spring Cleaning, and start getting ready for summer! Of course one of the fun Spring traditions is a family trip to a local Easter Egg Hunt. Churches, businesses, towns, shopping malls, and even summer camps host hunts for kids on and around the Easter holiday. This year Easter is Sunday April 21st so it’s time to plan your family day out. There are plenty of free options, and this is your one-stop resource to find them. Whichever event you choose, remember to bring your own baskets for egg gathering!

At Kennolyn Camps, we know how important traditions are. They guide our camps and other family programs, and kids experience a deeper meaning in the present when these cyclical events also connect them to the past and the future.

San Francisco Easter Egg Hunt

The Union Street Easter Parade & Spring Celebration

Sunday, April 21, 2019
10:00 AM to 5:00 PM (Parade starts at 2:00 PM)
The runs along Union Street from Gough to Fillmore.

2019 marks the 28th annual Easter event for San Francisco. Visiting the event is free, but you can expect to pay for food from the many local vendors, for rides, and for other specialized activities. The event is not your average Street Fair or formal Parade. It can best be described as wonderful, wacky, elegant and fabulous, with everything from roller-blading butterflies and creative self-propelled mini-floats to garden areas, sophisticated fashions and beautiful classic and art cars. It’s a special event for the entire family.

Eggstravaganza

Saturday, April 13th 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Robin Williams Meadow, Golden Gate Park

$10 children 2 & under free

Join the fun of egg hunts, carnival rides, games, live entertainment, food trucks and the highly anticipated annual Rib Cook-Off between SF Rec and Park, SF Fire, SF Police and other city departments.

East Bay Easter Egg Hunts

Splash Into Spring Egg Scramble
Saturday, April 13, 2019 (Rainout date is April 20)

10:00am – Noon
Crab Cove Picnic Area, 1252 McKay Ave., Alameda

Since this spring celebration takes place the weekend before Easter, you can plan to attend more than one! At this Recreation and Park Department event, look forward to photos with Easter Bunny (priced at $3), arts and crafts, games, and egg hunts or Scramble Area divided by age groups, so the 2-year-olds won’t be searching alongside the 12-year-olds. Egg hunts will start at 11:25 for little ones up to 4 and 11:40 for ages 5+.

City of Lafayette Easter Egg Hunt

Saturday, April 13th, 2019
10:00am sharp
Waneka Lake Park, 1600 Caria Drive, Lafayette

Bring your basket and join the City of Lafayette Recreation Department who host their Annual Easter Egg Hunt for children ages 1-8. This is a FREE EVENT, so arrive early to park and get your spot. Families are encourage to walk or bike. The Easter Bunny will be available for photos after the event.

South Bay Easter Egg Hunts

Spring Egg Hunt
Saturday, April 20, 2019
From 9:30 AM on
Hillview Community Center, 97 Hillview Avenue, Los Altos

Join us rain or shine with activities for kids up to 10 years old will start at 9:30. You can meet and take a photo with Mr. Fun E. Bunny. The Egg Hunt goes from 10:00 to 10:30, and start times will be staggered for kids of different ages.

Campbell Eggstravaganza Easter Egg & Candy Hunt
Saturday, April 20, 2019
9:00 – 11:00 AM
Campbell Community Center, 1 West Campbell Avenue, Campbell

The egg and candy hunt for kids 2-12 years old will begin at 10:30 AM. This free event includes crafts, bounce houses, face painting, and pictures with the Easter Bunny. Event held rain or shine. Please bring a basket to collect the goodies! The event is open to children 2 to 12 years of age with the field divided into smaller age groups. Following the egg hunt, at noon, is the Bunnies & Bonnets Easter Parade.

Marin County Easter Egg Hunt

Sausalito’s Easter Egg Hunt

Saturday, April 20, 2019
From 10:00 AM on
Dunphy Park off Bridgeway and Napa Street, Sausalito

Join the parade at Johnson and Caledonia Street at 10:00 AM, and follow the Easter Bunny all the way to Dunphy Park. The Egg Hunt will begin at 10:10 AM, followed by a concert with Tim Cain at 10:30 AM, and an Easter Bonnet Contest at 11:00. Enjoy the peaceful marina and ocean views while your kids scramble around enjoying the community excitement.

Santa Cruz Easter Egg Hunt

Kennolyn Camps Easter Egg Hunt

Saturday, April 20, 2019

Morning Event: Gate Opens at 10am, Egg Hunts from 10:30-11:00am
Afternoon Event: Gate Opens 1pm, Egg Hunts from 1:30-2:00pm

Kennolyn Camps

Hilltop Hacienda
8400 Glen Haven Road
Soquel, CA 95073

FREE (but please RSVP)

Kennolyn has designed this event so that all kids can have a fun and successful time spread out across large, open spaces. Count on this event being entirely free for parking, coffee, snacks, crafts, photos with the Easter Bunny, and the Easter Egg Hunt. The whole family can enjoy the event together on this beautiful, peaceful site in the Santa Cruz Mountains. There are two separate egg hunts at 10:30 – 11:00 AM and 1:30 – 2:00 PM. Toddlers will have their own sheltered area to explore for eggs. For kids of other ages, they can explore in different search areas, which will be temporarily closed and replenished as soon as the eggs run out, so the hunt can continue!

Following the Egg Hunts around 12:00 PM or 3:00 PM you can join us for a tour of our summer camp properties. The Easter Egg Hunt is our biggest community wide event. Hope to see you there.

Contact us if you have any questions about Kennolyn’s Easter event, about our summer camp programs or about hosting your family event right here at our all-inclusive venue.

For Dog Lovers:

Wag Hotels 10th Annual Easter Egg Hunt

San Francisco, Alameda, Sacramento, Redwood City

Saturday, April 6th, 12:00pm, $7-$10, Dogs and Children under 12 Free

Benefit for the Humane Society Silicon Valley

Bring the kids and your furry friend dressed in bunny ears to sniff out over 1,000 eggs filled with tasty treats. Rain or shine

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