Spring is in the air, and Easter is just around the corner as it is early this year. With the holiday hopping closer, anticipation builds in little hearts with the thoughts of the Easter Bunny coming to bring eggs and chocolate. The beloved tradition of hunting for Easter eggs is found in Centralia, Chehalis and all around Lewis County in 2024.

Bethel Church Egg Hunt Kits

Host your own egg hunt with Bethel Church Egg Hunt Kits. Reserve a kit today (supplies are limited) and pick it up starting March 17. Among the candy-filled eggs are fantastic prize tickets or a chance to enter to win fabulous treats, gift cards and toys. All egg hunts should be completed by March 31, and all kits must be returned by April 21.

Easter egg hunts in Centralia Chehalis Lewis County
Easter is early this year at the end of March so it’s time to start planning your family’s holiday highlights now. Photo credit: Krysta Carper

Sasquatch Family Farms Family Easter Bunny Hunt

155 Buckley Road, Toledo
March 23 and 24, March 30

Join Sasquatch Family Farms for an ongoing Easter egg hunt, plus so much more. Buy tickets online beforehand, as no tickets will be sold at the farm. The tickets include an egg hunting coupon for 12 eggs for those up to age 12. Take your time hunting with this easy ongoing format, and skip the rush of traditional egg hunts. Have fun on the farm with animals, photo opportunities, playground activities, tractor rides and the Easter Bunny, too!

Sasquatch Family Farm also hosts the adult flashlight Easter egg hunt on March 23. Check-in starts at 7 p.m., but be sure to get your tickets online beforehand for $30 per person. These eggs will be stuffed with raffle tickets, cash, prize tickets, and candy.

Easter egg hunts Centralia Chehalis Lewis County
Lewis County offers a variety of Easter fun including the traditional egg hunts and few that offer a fun twist. Photo credit: Krysta Carper

Easter Egg Hunt at the Huntting’s Farm

600 Cinebar Road, Cinebar
March 30, 3 p.m.

Enjoy a day at Huntting’s Farm for their first-ever annual Easter egg hunt. Find three hunts for different ages, and kids under 12 are free. Adults and those 13 and over can participate for $5 per person with cash and larger prizes included.

Chehalis Easter Egg Hunt
The Easter Eggspress train is a beloved tradition. Photo credit: Chehalis-Centralia Railroad & Museum

Eggspress Train

Chehalis-Centralia Railroad Depot
1101 SW Sylvenus Street, Chehalis
March 30

Visit the Easter Bunny and ride the historic Eggspress Train, which has indoor and outdoor seating and is a 30-minute ride in the countryside. Then, let the kids have fun with an Easter egg hunt afterward, so don’t forget the kids’ baskets. Enjoy face painting, a cupcake walk, Mr. Twisters and his fun balloon art, and a yummy taco truck.

Departures are at 10 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 1 p.m., and 2:30 p.m. The fare is $18, and kids under four ride free with a paid adult. The fun will happen rain or shine, and advanced tickets are required.

Sticklin Funeral Chapel Annual Easter Egg Hunt

1437 S. Gold Street, Centralia
March 30, 9 a.m.

All ages are welcome to join Sticklin Funeral Chapel for their fun egg hunt.

Brown Mortuary Annual Easter Egg Hunt

812 Westlake Avenue, Morton
March 30, 11 a.m.

All ages are also welcome at this wonderful event for East Lewis County residents.

Easter Egg hunts in Centralia Chehalis Lewis County
Join Brown Mortuary Service or Sticklin Funeral Chapel for Easter fun! Photo courtesy: Sticklin Funeral Chapel

Glenoma Firefighters Association Eater Egg Hunt

Glenoma Ball Park
March 24, 1 p.m.

Bring the kiddos, where each will receive a free Easter goody bag sponsored by Glenoma Firefighters Association.

Mineral’s Annual Easter Egg Hunt and Bake Sale

Lion’s Den Campground
113 E. Front Street, Mineral
March 30, 1 p.m.

Bring your own basket for the free and fun event! Find bunny photos, egg hunting fun for the kids and a yummy bake sale to benefit the Food4Kids Backpack program for kids in the Morton School District.

Easter is a holiday filled with friends, family and fun! Photo credit: Krysta Carper

Egg Your Yard by Morton Senior Center

Surprise the kiddos on Easter morning with an “egged” yard sponsored by the Morton Senior Center. Prices start at $25 for 20 eggs and go up to $125 for 150 plastic eggs filled with candy or a toy, including a small chocolate bunny. Call 360.496.3230 48 hours in advance to have eggs hidden in your yard.

This year’s egg hunts promise to be an egg-cellent adventure. Create memories with the family at one or more of these Easter egg hunts in Lewis County.  

Are you hosting a public Easter egg hunt in Lewis County? Please email submit@lewistalk and let us know!

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