Easter egg hunts in the Lowcountry

Bunny Detective Hunt

Date: March 27 to April 4
Time: during park hours
Location: Hampton Park, Thomas Johnson Park, Johns Island Park, Governors Park and West Ashley Park
Price: FREE

The City of Charleston Recreation Department is calling all Jr. Bunny Detectives to find dozens of eggs scattered throughout the parks listed above. If you find one of the special golden eggs, snap a picture and share it with them on social media for a chance to win a prize.

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Easter Egg Hunt at Alhambra Hall

Date: March 31
Time: 10:00 a.m.
Location: Alhambra Hall, Mount Pleasant
Price: FREE

Bring your Easter Baskets and enjoy an Easter egg hunt, fun activites and get a photo with the Easter Bunny.

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Shark Tooth Easter Egg Hunt

Date: April 3
Time: 10 a.m. & 12 p.m.
Location: Charleston Outdoor Adventures, Bowens Island
Price: $35/child (Must be 12 years old or younger)

Charleston Outdoor Adventures is hosting their annual Shark Tooth Easter Egg Hunt. To keep it safe, they are breaking it up into two separate hunts with a maximum of 35 children. You’ll definitely want to make your reservation in advance. Before each round, the crew will hide eggs filled with shark teeth and fossil specimen. Kids can keep all these findings at the end of the event.

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Egg My Yard

The Easter Buny has enlisted some volunteers from Dorchester Paws to help hide easter eggs this year. After dark on April 3rd, they will hide candy filled eggs in your front yard! Prices vary by the quantity of eggs you wish to have delivered and you’ll be donating funds to help the animal shelter care for the nearly 4,000 animals they take in annually. You must live within 25 miles of the shelter located at 136 Four Paws Lane in Summerville, SC.

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"Egg"streme Kayak Hunt

Date: April 6
Time: 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Location: Mingo Point, Kiawah Island
Price: $65/adult, $45 children 3-11

Equipped with a paddle and a net, you and your partner will embark on kayak ride throughout the marsh looking for “eggs”. Reservations are required and children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

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