We’ve experienced unusually wet weather and spring has sprung in Sedona with hillsides covered in wildflowers. While you are enjoying the outdoors, you might consider some local Easter fun featuring the bunny himself. Herself?
Have you ever wondered where the Easter Bunny came from?
The Easter Bunny is a popular symbol of the Easter holiday, but its origins are somewhat unclear. One theory suggests that the Easter Bunny was brought to America by German immigrants in the 1700s, where it became a popular symbol of the holiday representing new life and renewal. Today, the Easter Bunny is often depicted as a cute and cuddly character who delivers Easter eggs and candy to children around the world.
Makes total sense!
Check out Camp Verde’s Easter Egg Hunt and Spring Festival
11am - 3pm
3500 Mahoney Rd, Camp Verde
Join in the Easter Egg hunt with options to take family photos with the Easter Bunny. Additional paid options for pony rides, face painting, balloon twisting, hair do’s, activity workshops, food trucks, baked treats and shopping. Free admission for babies under 12 months. Fun for all ages. Parking is $5 per vehicle.
There will be two egg hunts, one for age groups 1-4 years and one for ages 5-12 years. If you miss the scheduled egg hunts at approximately 12:00 PM & 12:15 PM, there are no refunds. Eggs are pre-filled with a variety of stickers, wrapped candy and toys. Buying tickets in advance is highly suggested. All the details here.