Cincinnati Easter Egg Hunts 2022 – The Ultimate Guide
It’s hard to believe we already more than halfway through March and Easter is only a few weeks away! I’ve been doing the research, and I’ve compiled this ultimate guide to the greater Cincinnati Easter egg hunts for 2022.
There’s plenty of options and twists on the standard Easter egg hunt, so why not have some family fun?
If you think I’ve missed any 2022 Easter egg hunts in Cincinnati that should be included in this post, please add the details to the comments so other readers have the information.
Daylight Egg Hunt
April 2, 12pm – 3pm | Elk Creek MetroPark, Sebald Park Area
A huge field in Butler county is turned into an egg hunting ground. Kids collect 12 eggs and turn them in for a prize. Registration is required by April 1, cost is $5 per child, there will also be live animals, lawn games, and a craft.
Edgewood Easter Egg Hunt
This Easter egg hunt in Northern Kentucky is for children ages 3 – 8 and will be broken down by different age groups. It’s asked that all children hunt by themselves and bring their own baskets. There will be special eggs that can be redeemed for prizes. Held at Freedom Park.
UMC Easter Egg Hunt
April 3, 1pm – 4pm | 1345 Grace Drive
All are welcome at this free family event hosted by Hyde Park Community United Methodist Church. Only one registration needed per family. This is an outdoor event. The Easter egg hunt will begin promptly at 1pm on the parking lot side. You can pre-register with the button below.
Green Township Easter Egg Hunt
April 9, 1pm | Delhi Park
Held at beautiful Veteran’s Park on the westside of Cincinnati, children can hunt for thousands of eggs that were lovingly filled by the Green Township Senior Center. There will be candy and prizes, along with photo opportunities with the Easter bunny. Bring your own baskets for the hunt.
Delhi Township Easter Egg Hunt
Delhi Township is hosting their annual Easter egg hunt for children ages 8 and under at Delhi Park. This is a free event, open to the community. Bring your baskets or bags and meet at Delhi Park Lodge.
Parks & Rec Annual Easter Egg Hunt
Held at the Devou Park Band Shell this year, this Northern Kentucky event offers a variety of Easter entertainment. You can look forward to live music, delicious food, games and more. All of that plus an Easter egg hunt in beautiful Devou Park.
Deer Park Easter Egg Hunt
All are welcome at Chamberlin Park for this free Easter Egg hunt hosted by the Deer Park Park Board. Get a picture with the Easter bunny and kids 12 and under can enjoy the hunt for eggs. Please bring your own baskets or bags for hunting.
HOPPIN’ Easter Egg Hunt
April 9, 10am-12pm Fairfield Greens North Trace
The Easter bunny will be hanging out in Fairfield for photo opportunities and starting at 11:15am, kids 10 and under can fill their own baskets and bags with candy and plastic eggs. Their are also lots of specialty eggs that can be traded for cool prizes. This event is open to the public.
Independence Egg Hunt
April 9, 11am-1pm | 2001 Jackwoods Pkwy
This is much more than an Easter egg hunt! This is an all out Easter celebration at Memorial Park. You’ll see stilt walkers, jugglers, balloon artists and more. The egg hunt begins promptly at 1pm and there is a raffle being held for Cincinnati attractions like Kings Island, Cincinnati Zoo, and Cincinnati Reds.
The Great Symmes Egg Hunt
April 9, 11:30am | 11600 Lebanon Road
After taking two years off due to COVID-19, this egg hunt and community celebration is back! Symmes Township comes together with games, food, photo opportunities with the Easter bunny, and an egg hunt, appropriate for children 10 and under. Handicap section included.
Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt
April 9, 8:30pm – 11pm | 2051 Timberman Road
Bring your own flashlight to the park and go on an egg hunt in the dark! Participants are given an egg carton to collect a dozen eggs, which can be redeemed for a prize. Watch for golden eggs to win something special. Kids 12 and under hunt by age group and the family egg hunt is at 9:45pm.
Pause For Parents Easter Eggstravaganza
April 9, 11am – 3pm | 5962 Hamilton Mason Road
Sponsored by Pause for Parents, this event gives the kids a chance to play some games, hunt for Easter eggs, create crafts, win prizes and have fun. Parents get to choose what they want, and Pause for Parents makes an Easter basket for them to take home to give their kids for Easter! Register early.
IWLA Easter Egg Hunt
April 9, 1pm | 544 Branch Hill Loveland Road
Provided by the Izaak Walton League of America, this egg hunt is for children up to sixth grade and will be broken down into three age groups. Crafts will be provided also but supply donations are needed. Get more information on how to help and details on the event by clicking below.
Trinity’s Easter Egg Hunt
April 10, 1pm | 1553 Kinney Avenue
This Easter egg hunt is an outdoor event that will last from 1pm – 2pm. The Easter bunny may be hanging around for a photo opportunity, too. It is open to the community and is a free Easter egg hunt for the kids to enjoy on Palm Sunday.
Community Easter Egg Hunt
April 10, 4pm | 106 Maple Street in Reading
Hop on over to this Easter egg hunt for children 10 and under and meet the Easter bunny, too. The church is asking for personal care and first aid item donations for Ukraine (this is optional). Get more details below.
CinCity Harley Davidson Adult Easter Egg Hunt
April 16, 12pm – 4pm | 1799 Tennessee Avenue
Okay this one is for the adults only. CinCity makes sure you have a great time at all of their events and their Easter egg hunt will have live music, free beverages, food truck, candy, gift cards and more! This event is open to the public, so take the kids to the egg hunt in the morning then go have some adult fun at CinCity Harley Davidson.
Ebony Queen’s Social Club Easter Egg Hunt
April 16, 2pm – 2:30pm | 1700 Hopkins Avenue
This Easter egg hunt begins promptly at 2pm at Lower Millcrest Park in Norwood. Children will be divided by age groups for hunting eggs and should bring their own baskets or bags. Games and refreshments will be provided for the kids after the hunt. More information is available on the Facebook page using the link below.
Egg Scavenger Hunt
April 16 – April 17, 11am – 4pm | 1230 Elm Street, OTR
Instead of a traditional egg hunt, Washington Park is having a scavenger hunt. Pick up your card at Washington Park’s Porch, then find the eggs shown on your card. Turn it in for your prize. From 11 – 4 each day there will be an egg-dyeing craft and baby animals! Don’t miss out on the fun in this classic Cincinnati park. This event is going on for two days and pre-registration is highly recommended, which can be done using the button below.
Mastadon Trail Easter Egg Hunt
April 16, 11am – 12pm | 3380 Beaver Road
Big Bone Lick State Park is having their second annual Easter egg hunt, which sounds like an awesome place to hunt for eggs, right on the Mastodon Trail. Children should bring their own baskets or bags and arrive 15 minutes early, then they’ll be separated by ages for collecting eggs filled with candy. Or, if they find a golden egg, they’ll get a bonus prize. Open to the public.
Union Presbyterian Church Easter Egg Hunt
April, 16 8:30am | 10259 US Hwy 42, Florence
Here’s an Easter egg hunt in the Cincinnati area for the early-risers. Bring your kids and their baskets to meet the Easter bunny and hunt for eggs filled with candy. If they find a gold egg they could win a special prize. Donut holes, juice and hot cocoa will be served for free and Travelin’ Toms Coffee and Kona Ice trucks will be on standby to keep parents and guardians well-caffeinated.
Lindenwald Community Easter Trunk Hop
Located at the Lindenwald Splash Pad, this unique Easter event offers 50+ cars that will decorate their trunks and pass out candy, eggs, and prizes to children as they hop from car to car with their families. They’re expecting over 500 children and are still in need of trunk decorators and helpers for this event so be sure to get more information below.
This list of Cincinnati Easter egg hunts should keep you and your family busy. Again, if I missed any, feel free to add the event information to the comments to spread the news and spread Easter cheer.
Thanks for reading!