The 25th annual Crown Park Easter Egg Hunt in Camas gets underway this Sunday, March 27th beginning at 1:30 PM. Children, from 2 – 12 years of age, can search for more than 10,000 candy and toy-filled eggs hidden throughout the park in designated areas.
Parents must accompany all children, but mom and dad are not allowed in hunt area – they need to stay in the section for the 2-3 year olds. The 25th annual Easter Egg Hunt also includes the popular hat and bonnet contest. Participants can show off their fanciest headwear.
The Crown Park Easter Egg Hunt is free, and organizers say credit for that goes to a supportive Mayor Scott Higgins and City Council. The hunt is held rain or shine. This year, the forecast calls for light rain in the afternoon, so dress accordingly!
Crown Park is well-known for bringing the community together with free family activities – August in the Park events, annual Easter Egg Hunt, Halloween party and many other fun community events. The park is also a popular venue for family reunions, picnics and outdoor recreation, including swimming or a game of tennis.