Looking to fill some baskets with tons of plastic eggs, candy and prizes? We have you covered with a list of fun Easter Egg Hunts in Camas, Vancouver, and throughout Clark County. There are Easter egg hunts for kids of all ages, and even adults! Looking for something different? How about a cookie decorating class or an Easter barbecue? It’s all right here in Clark County, so grab your Easter basket and bonnet, and hop to one or more of these fun events.
Beeping Easter Egg Hunt for the Blind
Washington School for the Blind
2214 East 13th Street, Vancouver
If you have a child who is blind or visually impaired, this is the perfect Easter egg hunt for them. Hosted by the Northwest Association of Blind Athletes, eggs that beep are hidden in the grass for the youth to seek out! Other activities including meeting the Easter Bunny, tandem cycling, games and more. Children will be broken into age groups, toddlers up to 12-years-old are welcome. Please RSVP by April 1 by calling 360-984-5627 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grown Up Easter Egg Hunt
12619 Northeast 43rd Avenue, Vancouver
2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
An Easter egg hunt just for adults, the third annual Grown Up Easter Egg Hunt is full of seeking eggs and shopping! Each guest will get a swag bag and there will be chances for discounts, raffle prizes, treats and more. Don’t forget some fun adult drinks, treats and of course the egg hunt full of prizes. Purchase tickets in advanced on Eventbrite.
Chicks + Buns Easter Cookie Workshop and Egg Hunt
3798 NW 122nd Street, Vancouver
1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
If you are looking for something extra special to do that goes beyond egg hunting, check out the Chicks + Buns Easter Cookie Workshop and Egg Hunt put on by Kristen Slate Design. This special event is actually a class where your kids will get a hands-on, guided lesson on how to create professionally designed cookies. Children will take home their decorated cookies at the end of the workshop. After they’ve decorated, they will get to hunt eggs and receive a few treats as well. No baking takes place and no experience is necessary. Class is limited to 20 children and parents must stay on site during the lesson. Purchase tickets on the Kristen Slate Design website.
799 25th Street, Washougal
12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
The Washougal Eagles 4390 and the City of Washougal have decided to join their two hunts together to make one big Easter celebration! The Washougal Eagles hunt will begin at 1:00 p.m. at Upper Hathway Park across from the Hathaway Elementary. More than 25,000 eggs will be up for grabs. There will be four age groups and each child will be given a bag of candy. Eggs will contain a chance for a prize, including grand prize bikes and toys. The Easter Bunny will appear at 11:00 a.m. The City’s EGGstravaganza will run from noon until 3 p.m. and is making the move from downtown Reflection Plaza to compliment the Eagle’s event. It will be located at the Upper East Hathaway Park. It will not include an egg hunt but will feature a festival atmosphere with fun activities and free food. There will be a petting zoo, costumed characters, crafts and free food, sponsored by local businesses. Check the Eggstravaganza Facebook event post for updated information.
Grant House Easter Egg Hunt
Eatery at the Grant House
1101 Officers Row, Vancouver
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
The Eatery at the Grant House is hosting their free family day with Easter egg hunt on April 20. Over 10,000 eggs will be hiding for children to look for – hunts will be broken into four age divisions. Along with hunting eggs, the whole family can take free photos with the Easter Bunny, enjoy the petting zoo with live bunnies and Tucker the pony, and many more family-friendly activities. The restaurant will also be having brunch with a special kid’s menu. Reservations are encouraged for brunch, call 360-906-1101.
Annual Barbecue & Easter Egg Hunt
Elim Lutheran Church
15815 NE 182nd Avenue, Brush Prairie
Elim Lutheran Church is holding an Easter egg barbecue followed by an Easter egg hunt. All are welcome.
Cowlitz Youth Easter Egg Hunt
7700 NE 26th Avenue, Vancouver
1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
All Cowlitz youth and their families are invited to the Cowlitz Indian Tribe Youth Programs first annual Easter Egg Hunt. There will be games and giveaways in addition to the hunt. Families can enjoy egg dying and crafts as well. Bring your own basket. Call 360-947-2235 to reserve your spot.
5th Annual Sue Boyd Strong Easter Egg Hunt
806 NW 94th Street, Vancouver
12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Bring your favorite Easter brunch dish to share at this potluck lunch, with an Easter egg hunt to follow. Held each year in honor of “Grandma Sue,” the 5th Annual Sue Boyd Strong Easter Egg Hunt includes photos with the Easter Bunny, a golden egg contest, cash/raffle prize drawings, arts and crafts, and more.
Activate Church Easter Egg Hunt
Esther Short Park
301 W 8thStreet, Vancouver
The seventh annual Activate Church and Vancouver Farmers Market Easter egg hunt is going to have more eggs than ever before – 20,000! Four ages groups, including one for special needs children and a 7-years-old and up group, allows everyone to get in on the fun. They will have photos with the Easter Bunny, animal balloons, face painting and a bouncy slide for your family to explore before or after hunting for eggs.
Camas Parks & Recreation Easter Egg Hunt
1601 NE Everett Street, Camas
1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
The City of Camas Parks & Recreation is holding their free Easter egg hunt on Easter Sunday. Come out and hunt for plastic eggs filled with candy, prizes and toys! Hunts for children 2- to 12-years-old. The Easter Bunny will be onsite to celebrate the big day. They will also have an Easter bonnet and hat contest following the hunts. Bring your own basket. No animals allowed in the park and no registration required.