Here is a list of Egg Hunts in San Diego – please refer to the Egg Hunt’s listed website for information. Many are free, a few have a nominal fee. If you would like to add your Free or Inexpensive San Diego County Egg Hunt please fill out the form! We’d love to add it!
Carmel Mountain Plaza – Spring’s Surprises
Event Address : 11602-12174 Carmel Mountain Rd, San Diego, CA 92128
Event Date : Saturday April 12th
Start Time : 9am
Recommended Ages : Children 12 and under
RSVP required? No
Cost : FREE
Event Description : Children 12 and under are invited to hop over to Carmel Mountain Plaza to meet the Easter Bunny and receive candy-filled eggs! Bring a camera to capture precious memories.
1st Presbyterian Church of Oceanside – Annual Easter Egg Hunt
Event Address : 2001 S. El Camino Real, Oceanside, CA 92054
Sponsor’s Website : http://www.fpcoceanside.org
Event Date : 4/20/14
Start Time : 10am and 11:30am
Recommended Ages : All ages welcome
RSVP required? No
Cost : Free
Event Description : Please join us on the large front lawn to hunt for Easter eggs!
Location: City of Encinitas Ecke Sports Park
8am – Walnut Grove Park Cost : $4 – $5
13094 Civic Center Drive
Poway, California 92064
9310 Fanita Parkway
Santee, California 92071
The Vista Optimist is hosting the 4th Annual Easter Egg Hunt & All you can eat Pancake and Sausage Breakfast!
Time: 7 to 11 a.m – Cost $5 (includes breakfast & egg hunt)
Location: Vista Optimist Club, 600 Optimist Way
9 a.m. Bonnet Contest and 10 a.m. Easter Egg Hunt (for children under 12 years)
FREE DAY CAMP
Beautiful Saviour in Carlsbad offers a mini Easter VBS on Saturday April 12th – 9am – noon – totally FREE! Kids 3 (potty trained) to 12 years old – located at 3030 Valley St Carlsbad CA 92008
Some of these Egg Hunts are hosted by the community and are non denominational, others are hosted by a local San Diego area church and may be associated with Easter (why that needs to be a disclaimer I will never understand…. but according to last year’s complaints that is not obvious and I should let people know upfront- an Egg Hunt held on church grounds during Easter week might have some faith based undertones. *sigh*)
Please note, these listing as up to date when I post them, but I know things change sometimes – please check the links for up to date changes and information. Please also note, this list is a free service, but I have not been to each and every one of these egg hunts personally, I am simply sharing the Egg Hunts I have found with my own research or that has been sent to me by San Diego area churches/community groups, I hope each reader finds one that is the perfect fit for their family! Happy Easter!