The Easter Bunny is about to make his annual appearance, and that means it’s time for egg hunts, chocolate and lots of fun! Things may be different this year, again, but thankfully local event organizers have gotten creative and found ways to make sure our kiddos can have some safe fun this spring.

Be sure to check in with each organizer as the events approach in case of mandates changing. All are following safety protocols and require masks. Here are the 2021 Easter egg hunts in Tacoma and throughout Pierce County.

Old McDebbie’s Farm
A farm seems like a perfect place to celebrate Easter, and Old McDebbie’s Farm has everything planned for a perfect weekend visit. Photo courtesy: Old McDebbie’s Farm

Old McDebbie’s Farm Easter Egg Hunt

April 3-4
4929 268th Street E, Spanaway

Old McDebbie’s Farm is once again open and having their famed annual Easter egg hunts in Spanaway! Choose the number of eggs you want your child to hunt for and then set them loose for some fun. Be sure to check out all the cute baby animals for viewing as well. Reservations are not required.

City of Fife Drive-Thru Easter

April 3: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Dacca Park
2820 54th Avenue E, Fife

Don’t miss the City of Fife’s Easter Drive-Thru on April 3. Collect eggs and treats as you drive through Dacca Park. Win prizes and see the Easter Bunny! This event is geared toward children ages 3-10. The event is free, but a ticket is required. Registration opens on March 15.

Tacoma Pierce County Easter Egg Hunts
This year the City of Fife is doing a drive-thru Easter egg Hunt so that families can still have fun while staying safe. (Photo taken pre-COVID). Photo courtesy: City of Fife

South Hill Mall Easter Bunny Photos

March 20 – April 3: Monday-Thursday, 11 a.m. 7 p.m.; Friday-Sat, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Macy’s Court
3500 S Meridian Unit 494, Puyallup

Make a memory that will last forever at South Hill Mall with Easter Bunny photos! There is nothing cuter for a springtime photo than your kids (or the whole family!) with the Easter Bunny. All photos are by appointment only. Social distancing and cleaning protocols will be in effect. Digital images will be emailed directly to you. Make your photo reservations on the South Hill Mall website.

PenMet Parks Easter Activities

Gig Harbor

PenMet Parks has a few fun Easter and spring events to give your kids a hoppy Easter! Don’t want to go to the store and put together a basket this year? PenMet Parks is putting together Bunny Baskets with 25 pre-stuffed eggs. The eggs have candy and activities in them. Pick up is Wednesday, March 31, at the Sehmel Homestead Park Pavilion from 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. Baskets are $20, and pre-registration is required.

Then, look for the Bunny Express coming to your neighborhood Saturday, April 3! The Easter Bunny is coming to town in this COVID-friendly event. There will be Bunny photos, treats and fun to be had by all. Preregister for your neighborhood time below:

Grab your basket and enjoy participating in one (or more) of the many Easter egg hunts taking place around Pierce County. (Photo taken pre-COVID).

Tacoma Easter Egg Hunt

April 3, citywide

A group of fun citizens is organizing a neighborhood Easter Egg Hunt for Tacoma! If you live in the area, join the private Facebook group to get in on all the fun. Once joined, add yourself to the map, and admins will contact you to validate your address. Then, closer to April 3, they organize drop-off and pick-up locations for eggs and things.

McDuff’s Cafe at the Highlands Golf Course Community Easter Egg Hunt

April 3: 1 p.m.
1400 N Highlands Parkway, Tacoma

Bring your camera and baskets for a fun Easter Egg hunt at McDuff’s Café at the Highlands Golf Course. The Easter Bunny will be visiting too! This hunt is for all ages – so bring the baby, the teens, even the grandparents! For more information, email

Easter Bunny Watercolor Zoom

April 3: 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Local artist Jennifer Thomas of Create & Gogh Arts with Jennifer Thomas is putting on a free Easter Bunny watercolor Zoom class! She will be teaching you how to watercolor an adorable bunny just in time for Easter. Since this is a Zoom class, you will have to provide all your own supplies (she has a list so you can make sure you are ready!) The class is for all ages, but she reminds parents that littles may need some help. There are only 100 registration spots, so register early. And while the class is free, donations are always accepted to Jennifer’s art education business. Miss the live class? You can pay $5 to get a link to the Zoom class, which will be valid for 14 days. Register via Facebook.

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