Durham Parks and Rec Offering At-Home, In-Person Egg Hunts in March
Register now if you want a spot
Durham Parks and Recreation offers a slew of egg hunt opportunities in March, from at-home options to sprawling affairs.
For the at-home version, you can pick up supplies at Campus Hills Park (2000 S. Alston Ave.) between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. The sets come with a bag, 20 filled eggs, crafts, coloring pages, and more. You can register online for this here.
Those 12 and under can participate in the 34th-annual Egg Hunt at West Point on the Eno (5101 N. Roxboro Rd.) on March 27. The socially distanced event invites hunters between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., with a hunt beginning every hour. (Find the golden egg for an extra surprise.) Kids get a take-home bag with crafts, and face masks are required for everyone. Register here. Also, kids 12 and under, are invited to Leigh Farm Park Rd. (370 Leigh Farm Rd.) during those same hours that day. Register for that one here.
A “Dog-Gone Egg Hunt” also takes place at West Point on the Eno on March 27, for folks who want their pups to get involved, between 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. (Registration here.)
More info on all of these events can be found here.