We have searched out Easter Egg Hunts, Easter Brunch, Benefits and other Spring and Bunny Events throughout Colorado. Take a look at the list and if you know of any we missed please leave them in the comments at the end. Events change due to weather and other reasons, it’s best to verify the event with the contact information provided. Having your own Easter Egg hunt, Perfect Hardboiled Eggs
Easter Sunday is April 16th 2017
A-Basin – Beach’N Egg Hunt, The Easter Bunny visits A-Basin for an egg hunt that both skiing and non-skiing kids can enjoy! Kids on skis will head to one of our green (beginner) trails to search for eggs, and those who wish to hunt on foot will search in our learning spaces near the base area.
Beaver Creek – Easter Egg Hunt, April 19, 2014, If you’re around for Easter weekend, come join us at Creekside Park just below the main village where 3,000 easter eggs will be hidden for the youngsters to search out, plus a special appearance from the Easter Bunny. So bring the little ones and your camera to capture the great memories!
Boulder County Easter Events
Simply Natural at Desiderata Ranch – Easter egg hunts for children, Easter egg hunts for toddlers, Easter egg hunts for all ages (includes adults), Postponed in bad weather (see comments section), FREE admission, Other activities for children, Bring a basket to collect the eggs. Farm animals are present, Fresh eggs, porta-potties, picnic area, Inflatables/bounce house, farm animals, birthday parties, weddings and wedding parties
4617 West County Road 2, Berthoud, CO 80513. Phone: 303-910-6130.Email: [email protected]
Breckenridge– Easter Egg Hunt Easter Sunday. One of the largest Easter Egg Hunts anywhere ( I see this description everywhere but can’t find any more details.. )
- City of Lafayette Easter Egg Hunt April 5, 2014
Waneka Lake Park, 1600 Caria Drive, Lafayette, CO 80026. Phone: 303-665-0469. This is a free event, please plan to arrive early to get your spot before start time. The Easter Bunny will make his annual visit for all the boys and girls. Bring a basket or container to collect the free goodies! Ages 3-8 at Waneka Lake Park, at 10:00am sharp. Ages 1-2 will be at Festival Plaza, 309 So. Public Road, Lafayette, CO at 11:00am sharp.
Bunny Bolt 5k/10k Sunday, April 13, 2014 @ 10:00am 5k, 10k
1700 N York St City and state Denver, CO
Join us in beautiful City Park for an entertaining spring morning. This unique and fun event will have something for everyone.
Don’t miss the one and only GOLDEN EGG HUNT for adults
Runners and walkers alike, don’t miss the chance to find the coveted Golden Eggs, each filled with amazing prizes, as you run, walk or hop along the course! Participants will also receive an official race-day T-shirt and goody bag. And don’t forget the incredible prizes in multiple categories!
El Paso County / Colorado Springs Easter Events
Easter Brunch in Colorado Springs
Enjoy Easter Brunch with your family at any of the following fantastic venues. From omelete’s to shrimp cocktail, you and your family will leave satisfied and ready to embark on that Easter Egg hunt!
At Cheyenne Mountain Resort, not only will you enjoy a spectacular view but a spectacular feast and a visit from the Easter Bunny as well! Reservations are highly recommended for this popular venue. With main dishes from eggs benedict to lamb, you’ll find a plethora of options you’ll love. View their Easter Brunch menu and see for yourself! April 20th, 2014 11am-5pm. Visit online for more information.
Hotel Elegante‘s Easter Brunch will be held in their Summit Ballroom April 20th, 2014 from 11am – 3pm. Start with some french toast, move on to the carving station for prime rib or glazed ham, pick up some orange roughy or baked manicotti and finish off with some delicious desserts. See theirEaster Menu for more items, prices, and how to make required reservations.
Join in on an Easter Egg hunt, visit with the Easter Bunny, and enjoy an amazing brunch at Embassy Suites. The Easter Brunch menu includes, but is not limited to, cooked-to-order omelets, oysters, and chocolate fondue. Make it a magical weekend and take advantage of their Easter Weekend special rate and stay in a two-room suite.
Enjoy this special day with family and friends while listening to live music at the DoubleTree by Hilton. TheGrand Easter Brunch has 6 seating times for you to choose from and includes such scrumptious foods as a waffle station, herb-roasted prime rib, chilled shrimp and much, much more.
The Antler’s Hilton Easter brunch is filled with amazing delicacies. Enjoy fresh-from-the-bakery pastries, breakfast and carving stations (including leg of lamb), cold and hot buffets with salad, mussels, white cheddar mac ‘n cheese and roasted salmon, a chocolate fountain and so much more! April 20th, 2014 from 10am-2pm. Call for reservations.
The Academy Hotel has 3 seatings for your Easter Brunch convenience. With such buffet items as Potatoes O’Brien, seared chicken breast, snow crab, salads, Mimosas and Bloody Mary’s your taste buds will be watering before you even arrive. Reservations are recommended. Please call 719-278-7024.
MacKenzie’s Chop House has been Colorado Springs’ premier dining destination since 1997, and their Easter Brunch will not disappoint. Indulge in sweet rolls, chicken florentine, whole smoked salmon, roast beef, chocolate dipped strawberries and assorted homemade desserts. Complimentary champagne, soda, juices, coffee and tea included. April 20th, 2014 from 9:30am-3pm.
The Mining Exchange‘s Easter Brunch runs from 10am-2pm. They’ll have all the “regular fixings” plus such offerings as Andouille Sausage and Chicken Gumbo, Pain Perdue, Bananas Foster, and for a little bit extra unlimited mimosas.
Instead of brunch, how about tea? Glen Eyrie is hosting an Easter Tea on April 18 and 19, 2014. This special event will be held in the Castle Great Hall and includes a harp duo and a spiritual reading from The Gospels. The Tea Menu includes not only tea, but salad, cheese, salmon, and delectable desserts. Please visit their website for more details and to make reservations.
Colorado Springs Easter Egg Hunts and Other Fun Easter Activities
Are your kids ready to hop down the Bunny Trail? Easter in Colorado Springs and the surrounding region has a lot of activities to offer.
Head on over to Miramont Castle Museum for their annual fundraiser – a Victorian Easter Egg Hunt for children ages 2-10. A generous supply of eggs will be hidden for the children to locate and there will be a special basket for the child who finds the golden egg! Following the Egg Hunt, retire to the beautiful Tea Room for an elegant High Tea, with a Princess or Prince Tea for the little ones.
Bear Creek Nature Center will delight children with hands-on activities, puppet shows or stories, crafts, and a hike. Bear Creek Nature Explorers: Peter Rabbit Cotton Tail will be held Thursday, before Easter from 9:00-10:30 a.m. Reservations are required and can be made at 520-6387
Meet a live rabbit and learn about all things rabbit via a fun, interactive slide show also at Fountain Creek Nature Center, during their Chocolate Bunny Walk and Egg Hunt. Then go for a relaxed walk to look for eggs along the trail and in the woods. Goodies exchanged for eggs at the nature center. For children ages 2-10 with an adult on Easter. Reservations required.
Meet the White Rabbit at Bancroft Park during Mad Hatter Saturday on April 12th starting at 11am. Old Colorado City Associates is hosting this fun-filled event which includes games, prizes, face painting, storytime, and more. So don your maddest hat and join the party!/
The Hams and Hamstrings 5k race on Easter Sunday at 8:00am will be held at the 7-Eleven on East Woodman Rd. Rain, shine, or snow, the race will go. Easter hams will be prizes for top finishers and best costumes. Visit their website for further details and to register.
Eggsperience at Fort Carson will be sure to bring smiles to young and old alike. April 5th, 9am-3pm. The days activities include an ice rink, live entertainment, bounce house, $5 bunny photos and more! For more information please call 526-1867.
The Kiwanis Club of Manitou Springs is hosting a community Easter Egg hunt in Fields Park on April 19th. Easter Egg Hunt for children up to 5th grade. Prizes for each group. PreK & K-1st grade the hunt starts at 1:00pm. 2nd-3rd grade & 4th-5th grade starts at 1:15pm.
The Easter EGGstravaganza annual Spring celebration will take place at beautiful Butterfield Park in The Meadows. Over 30,000 stuffed Easter Eggs will be available in five egg hunt circles for kids ages 0- 4th grade. Bring your Easter basket and your camera! This event will also feature kiddie trains, large inflatable slide, the Easter Bunny and the ever-popular Jell-O Egg Eating Contest and more.
The Children’s Museum of Denver hosts this “eggstravaganza” for kids of all ages on Saturday, April 19, 2014. From 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., children can dye eggs and create Easter-themed arts and crafts. Children and adults can also enjoy story time with the Big Bunny. Admission is $7 to $9 depending on age. Children under one year of age receive free admission.
The Capital Hill United Neighborhoods (CHUN) is hosting its annual Easter egg hunt at the Tears-McFarlane House located at 1290 Williams St., on the northern edge of Cheesman Park. The festivities begin on Saturday, April 19, 2014, at 1 p.m. The hunt, which includes refreshments and prizes, is for children up to eight years old with adult supervision. Children should bring their own baskets.
The Downtown Aquarium hosts the Easter Bunny for breakfast. The Easter Bunny will visit his friends from the sea and land from 8:30 to 11 a.m. The cost for the breakfast is $16.99 for adults and $10.99 for children 3 to 10 years old. Children ages 2 and younger receive free admission with a paid adult. Reservations are recommended for the event.
Copper Mountain hosts one of the largest Easter egg hunts in the state, with the Easter bunny dutifully scattering thousands of eggs throughout the village and the mountain. The event features different times for each age group from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. The event on Easter Sunday is free and open to the public as part of Copper’s “Sunsation” festival.
Golden Bunny Classic Candy Hunt and Fun Race
Hop to the bunny slopes at Winter Park with the Easter Bunny on Easter Sunday, in this annual tradition for more than three decades. Young skiers age 10 and under with a valid lift ticket can hit the slopes for an Easter candy hunt. Non-skiers under age 5 can also search for candy at the base of the mountain. The Easter candy hunt begins at noon, and the festivities conclude with an Easter service at 12:45 p.m.at the top of the Zephyr Express chairlift. A Golden Bunny Fun Race will also be held at 12:15 p.m.
Colorado Christian University invites the surrounding community to our annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 19 – rain, snow, or shine! If you have small children or know families with small children, please come and join in the fun and help your children learn about the real Easter story. Children will hunt for Easter eggs with candy hidden inside. Plus there will be lots of games and inflatables, as well as cotton candy and popcorn. The children will be grouped by age so they can be safe while having fun gathering eggs. Don’t forget to bring your basket!
Please enter campus from our Garrison Street entrance. Campus Hosts will guide you to the fun.
The Easter Bunny has to visit the shopping mall several times for all those chocolates. Catch the Easter Bunny in between shopping trips at Park Meadows Mall, and you can get photos with the erstwhile rabbit. The Easter Bunny will hop to the mall from mid-March through Saturday, April 19, 2014. Photo packages available.
Join Peter Cottontail as he hops over to the Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center! Cathy Kelsay from Fantasy Forest Entertainment will be providing a “hoppy” afternoon of stories and songs about bunnies, chicks and eggs. “Hop” to see you there!
Watch the kids’ eyes light up when they get to meet the Easter Bunny! He’ll be hopping all over town, so check out these places where you can see him.
Visit the Easter Bunny at the Citadel Mall each Easter season. The Bunny will be located next to the food court on the lower level in the Easter Bunny’s Garden. Visiting hours are Mon-Sat 10am-8pm with a Carrot Break from 1-2pm, and Sunday from 11am-6pm, with a Carrot Break from 2-3pm. Parents can capture this spring memory with a special photo of their child. Free event. Call 591-5516 for more information.
Chapel Hills Mall will also be hosting the Easter Bunny at his Village. Visiting hours will be Mon-Sat 11am-7pm with Carrot breaks from 1:30pm and 4:30-5pm, as well as Sunday from 11am-6pm with a Carrot break from 2:30-3pm. Your furry children are welcome too, when pets can visit. There will be lots of great photo package opportunities starting at $19.99, but hugs and visits with The Bunny are FREE.
Spend a special morning at the Easter Bunny Breakfast at the Outlets at Castle Rock. Hop on by for a delicious pancake breakfast and a chance to meet the Easter Bunny! Cost: $5 or in lieu of charge please bring non-perishable food items for Douglas County Task Force. The Radio Disney Road Crew will be there for fun and games! April 18th from 9-10am.
Source: Visit Colorado Springs
Saturday April 19, 2014 10:00 am, 12:00 Noon & 2:00 pm
Annual fundraiser, a Victorian Easter Egg hunt for children ages 2 – 10 accompanied by an adults. A generous supply of eggs will be hidden and a special basket will delight the child who find the golden egg. Afterwards, retire to our beautiful Tea Room for an abundant luncheon with a special treat for the little ones.
Location: Miramont Castle, 9 Capitol Hill Ave, Manitou Springs, CO 80829
1 Adult and 1 Child $45
1 Extra Child $17
1 Extra Adult $28
For information call 719-685-1011
Community Easter Egg Hunt – Sunday 1:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Fields Park (Becker’s Land and El Paso). Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Manitou Springs.
Easter Egg Hunt for children up to 5th grade. Prizes for each group. PreK & K-1st grade the hunt starts at 1:00pm. 2nd-3rd grade & 4th-5th grade starts at 1:15pm
Mad Hatter Saturday – Old Colorado City – Saturday, April 12, 2014 11:00 am
Don you hat and join the party as Old Colorado City celebrates Easter in Wonderland. The White Rabbit will be on the street with sweet treats. There will be games, characters, entertainment, face painting and more.
For more information call 719-302-1908
Time: 8:00 AM
Rain, shine, or snow, the race will go.
Location: 7718 E. Woodman Rd (7-Eleven East Woodmen), Colorado Springs CO
The Hams and Hamstrings 5K has a new course this year! The course starts at 7-Eleven just west of Woodmen and Marksheffel and heads south on the trail, turns around at the new fire station and returns to 7-Eleven (Oh, Thank Heaven for 7-Eleven!).
Walkers: Yes! Our belief is that a 5K is for runners and walkers both. All we will ask is that everyone seeds themselves in approximate order of speed and for start-of-race safety concerns – we will have walkers start in the second half of the pack instead of the first half of the pack. The race is chip timed, so no matter where you start, you’ll still get your accurate times.
Post Race FUN: Always fun and tasty…
Strollers: In addition to running, we support health, fitness, babies, fun, etc. We’d love to have you! All we will ask is that everyone seeds themselves in approximate order of speed and for start-of-race safety concerns – we will have strollers start in the second half of the pack instead of the first half of the pack. The race is chip timed, so everyone, including those with strollers will still get their accurate times. There is no charge for stroller babies (they’re not walking or running after all) and they will not get the shirt, goody bag, official times, etc.
Other Details: Registration fees are nonrefundable. No pets are allowed in the race.
Copper Mountain Color Me Copper, April 19-20, 2014
Closing weekend festivities will include Colorado’s largest egg hunt that will warm your heart and fill your baskets.
Douglas County Colorado
This annual Spring celebration will take place at beautiful Butterfield Park in The Meadows. Over 30,000 stuffed Easter Eggs will be available in five egg hunt circles for kids ages 0- 4th grade…
Castle Cliff Estate Easter Brunch + Egg Hunt and Easter Bunny Photos
When: Sunday 10:30am – 12:30pm
Price: $25/child (under 12 years) & $40/adult (12 and over)
- § Bring your own basket for an Easter Egg Hunt!
- § Baby Chicks and Ducks
- § Spring Photo Ops
- § Easter Bunny Appearance
- § Grand Brunch Buffet by Gourmet Fine Catering
Call for reservations, spots are filling up quickly! 303-660-4010
Free Community “Glow in the Dark” Easter Egg Hunt
Join us for our Free Community “Glow in the Dark” Easter Egg Hunt…