2014 Easter Egg Round-Up for the Pensacola Area

“When are you going to post the Easter Egg Hunts?” This is the number one question I have been asked for the past three weeks!  There are still several details missing from this list and a few of them are unconfirmed!  I will update the list as the information comes available. Check, double check and triple check the information by following the links before you go to the egg hunt.  Also, read to the end of the post for our tips for attending a community egg hunt. **Updated April 7th***   Nighttime Easter Egg Hunt

  • Where: The soccer field behind Gulf Breeze HS Gym
  • When: April 19
  • Egg Hunt schedule: 8pm for birth-5th grade Registrations begins at 7pm with bounce houses.  Nighttime hunt with  glow sticks, 20,000 eggs and 40,000 pieces of candy- *Special golden eggs for various age groups will hold grand prizes including an iPad, bike, XBOX One, as well as other prizes.  Kids need to bring their baskets and a flash light.
  • Cost: Free
  •  Additional Activities: Church services the next day (Easter Sunday) at 9am and 11am in the GBHS gym.
  • Sponsor: Momentum Church, Gulf Breeze

Egg Hunt

  • Where:  Sunset Kid’s Park on Shoreline Dr in Gulf Breeze
  • When:  April 19th  10am
  • Egg Hunt Schedule: Separate Preschool and Elementary areas
  • Additional Activities: Church service the next day (Easter Sunday) @ Fairpoint Campus 8, 9:30 & 11am
  • Sponsor: GB Methodist Church

Easter Egg Hunt

  • Where:  Roger Scott Athletic Complex
  • When: April 12th 10am-1pm
  • Egg Hunt Schedule: See link
  • Cost: Non-perishable canned good
  • Additional Activities:  The Easter bunny and friends, games, bounces houses, a giant inflatable slide, a bubble station, face painting and much more!
  • Sponsor:  City of Pensacola
  • Sponsor:

Easter Egg Hunt @ Bellingrath Gardens

  • Where: The Great Lawn
  • When: April 12th
  • Egg Hunt Schedule:  See info through link
  • Cost:  Free for Friends Of Bellingrath. Otherwise regular admission price apply.  Kids 5&under Free.
  • Additional Activities:  Professional photographer from 9-12 for portraits with the Easter Bunny
  • Sponsor: Bellingrath Gardens

Easter Egg Egg-StravaganZoo

  • Where:  Emerald Coast Wildlife Refuge Zoological Park.
  • When: April 12th  (rain day is April 13th)
  • Egg Hunt Schedule:  Not available
  • Cost: Activities are free (while supplies last) with a regular-priced zoo admission.
  • Additional Activities:  Easter egg hunt, decorate an egg for a zoo animal, make-and-take crafts, treats and more.  Pictures and visits with the Easter Bunny in his garden
  • Sponsor: Emerald Coast Wildlife Refuge Zoological Park

Easter Buffet and Egg Hunt

  • Where: Perdido Beach Resort
  • When:  April 20th @ 11:30-2:30
  • Egg Hunt Schedule:  Easter Bunny will visit  from 11:30- 2:30 and Egg hunt @ 12:30
  • Cost:  Buffet starts @ 26.95/adult and 12.95 child  5&under Free
  • Additional Activities: N/A
  • Sponsor:  Perdido Beach Resort

Easter Egg Hunt and Kid’s Fun Day

  • Where:  Florabama Lounge and Oyster Bar
  • When: April 19th  @2pm
  • Egg Hunt Schedule: not available
  • Cost: Free
  • Additional Activities: N/A
  • Sponsor: Florabama Lounge

Easter Egg Hunt on the Beach

  • Where: Lu Lu’s Beach, Orange Beach
  • When:  April 20th (Easter Sunday)
  • Egg Hunt Schedule: 2pm
  • Cost: Free
  • Additional Activities: Meet the Easter Bunny
  • Sponosred by: Lu Lu’s

Easter Egg Hunt

  • Where: Pensacola Beach Community Church
  • When: April 19th
  • Egg Hunt Schedule: 9am
  • Cost: Free
  • Host: P’cola Beach Community Church


  • Where: Sam’s Fun City
  • When: April 19th from 9am to 1pm
  • Cost: $12.50 per person
  • Additional Activities: Price gets you unlimited rides and special attractions, go-karts, mini golf, egg hunt
  • Host: Sam’s Fun City


  • Where: Wales West
  • When: April 12-13 & April 19th… 12pm-6pm…Closed Easter Sunday
  • Cost: $15 per person
  • Additional Activities: Steam train ride, Easter Bunny visit, egg hunts, free snacks, bounce house, pony rides, petting zoo and more
  • Host: Wales West Light Railway

Egg Hunt @ Optimist Park

  • Where: Optimist Park on Langley
  • When: April 19th 10am-12pm
  • Cost: FREE
  • Additional Activities: Free Food, bounce house, games, face painting, thousands of eggs
  • Sponsored by: Gulf Coast Christian Church

Easter Egg Hunt

  • Where:  Families First Campus
  • When: April 12th 11am-2pm
  • Cost: Free  bring your own basket
  • Egg Hunt Schedule: Ages 1-5 12-12:30  6-10 12:45-1:15
  • Additional Activities: kids receive a free hot dog, chips and soda.  Food tickets will be available for purchase for adults for $2
  • Sponsored by:  Families First Network

Eggs 4 Avondale

  • Where: Avondale Park
  • When: April 19th 12pm-2pm
  • Cost: Free
  • Egg Hunt Schedule: 0-2, 3-5, 6-9 and 10-12 age groups…specific times not available.
  • Additional Activities: Games, face painting, bounce house/slide, music and food
  • Host: Calvary Baptist Church

Race 2 Grace Easter Service

  • Where: Five Flags Speedway
  • When: Easter Sunday, April 20th
  • Cost: Free
  • Egg Hunt Schedule: Day’s activities start at 9:30am, egg hunt begins after the 9:30am service.
  • Activities: Easter Service, Pictures with the Easter Bunny and a 10,000 egg hunt.
  • Sponsored by: My Father’s Vineyard

Easter Eggstravaganza

  • Where: Nine Mile Road Next to Lowe’s
  • When: April 12th 10am-1pk
  • Cost: FREE
  • Additional Activities: Food, games, bounce houses, face painting
  • Host: Crown Church

Things to Know Before You Go:

  • Check, recheck and triple check the dates and times to make sure they are still correct when the egg hunt gets closer.  As I always say, this information comes from word of mouth, press releases and flyers I see around town.  The information is not always correct and I am human and make mistakes sometimes (although I try not to do it very often!).  Follow the link and be sure to contact the number available to confirm the time.
  • Bring a basket or bag of your own.
  • Arrive early.  A friend of mine went to a hunt two years ago at the John R. Jones park.  The egg hunt was over in less than 3 minutes.  There were hundreds (probably thousands) of eggs picked up and her two children got a whopping 3 eggs between the two of them.  They were young and were just thrilled with the excitement of it all so luckily they weren’t disappointed.  However, if they had arrived 30 seconds later we would have missed the whole thing.
  • Just in case your little one doesn’t get too many eggs:  Hide a couple of prefilled eggs in your car before you go.  Now that my son is a year older, I foresee some serious disappointment if he only gets one egg.  I would throw a couple in the car and have them hunt for them when we were all finished.  Of course, in my car every day is an egg hunt except you never know what you might find!  HA!

Do you know of any other egg hunts that the community is invited to?  If so, leave a comment in this post with the information.  Any names or numbers not in an official capacity will be deleted for safety reasons.