Spring egg hunts for all ages at your nearest West Seattle community center

If you’re looking for a spring egg hunt, join Seattle Parks and Recreation all over the city for a variety of fun egg hunts. Some are for toddlers, some are for teens and involve flashlights! Sounds like a lot of fun, check it out with your kids.

If you’re traveling to another part of the city, you can see the entire schedule here so you can plan egg hunting fun!

Tuesday, April 19
High Point Community Center, 6920 34th Ave. SW
Toddler Spring Eggstravaganza

Ages 2 – 5
10 a.m. to noon
Activity Fee: $5; please use #69489 in the SPARC registration system at
Bring your little one for a morning of fun and activities, including a very special bunny visit
especially for toddlers. There will be games, crafts for the children, and an egg hunt (11
a.m. sharp) with age-appropriate prizes and candy. 

Friday April 22nd
Teens Only! Hiawatha Community Center, 2700 California Way SW
Teen Night Egg Hunt

Ages 12-18
8:15 p.m.
Join us for the biggest outdoor teen night hunt in West Seattle! Please remember your
flashlight and goodie bag, and there will be prizes. We’ll serve a spaghetti dinner after the hunt.
Please call 206 684-7441 for more information.

Saturday April 23rd
Teens Only! Southwest Teen Life Center, 2801 SW Thistle St.
Late Night Flashlight Egg Hunt
Ages 13-19
9 p.m.
Bring a flashlight and your sense of adventure–we’ll be searching for eggs. Find the most and
win a prize!

Saturday April 23rd
Delridge Community Center, 4501 Delridge Way SW
Hiawatha Community Center, 2700 California Ave. SW
High Point Community Center, 6920 34th Ave. SW
South Park Community Center, 8319 8th Ave. S
Southwest Community Center, 2801 SW Thistle St.
Spring Egg Hunts

Ages 3 – 11
10 a.m.
Girls and boys ages 3 to 11 will have a great time at the spring egg hunt at their closest West
Seattle community center, searching for chocolate eggs, candy, and prizes. Please come early
to find the hunting area for your age group, and remember to bring a bag or basket for the eggs
you find.

3 Replies to "Spring egg hunts for all ages at your nearest West Seattle community center"

  • Alkimama March 27, 2011 (7:18 am)

    The last time we went to a P&R egg hunt my daughter didn’t even get a single egg. There were so many kids that there wasn’t enough to go around. Our friend’s daughter left with one egg. The girls were so disappointed. We have given up on those egg hunts. :-(

    Besides, what child needs more candy?

  • L March 27, 2011 (4:30 pm)

    The Easter bunny just comes to our garden instead now because of same issue alkimama. It is tough to watch sweet children overwhelmed by bigger and faster kids who push and shove. Thriftway has a fun one inside. Also Lincoln park had one sponsored by a church last year or the year before that was fun and orderly. The people running that were so incredibly nice too. My suggestion: lay out the plastic eggs the night before so the easter bunny can fill them and hide them before little ones wake.

  • Mar-C March 27, 2011 (6:03 pm)

    When did Easter egg hunts become Spring egg hunts?

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