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March 30 and 31, 2024

Eggxotic Easter Egg Hunt

Family-friendly activities and special features geared toward young children!

11 am - 3pm

The Animal Park’s Eggxotic Egg Hunt will be a fun-filled activity for kids to learn about animals and conservation and enjoy some time outside.

This event will be in addition to self-guided safaris that day, during which guests can walk the park at their own pace and spend extra time with their favorite animals. There will be egg hunts at 12 pm and 2 pm, and participants hunting for the eggs will have thirty minutes to find the eggs in our large field and picnic area.

The egg hunt will be both fun and educational. There will be eggs filled with candy and printed facts about conservation efforts. Guests will also be able to tap into their creative side and paint eggs at our decoration station.

Eggxotic Easter Egg Hunt


Date: Saturday, March 30, and Sunday, March 31, 2024
Self-Guided Safari Times: 11 am – 3 pm (last tickets sold at 2:30 pm)
Fee: $16/adults, $12/children ages 4+
Show a Military, LEO, First Responder, or College ID for an admission discount
Reservations: Not required; tickets can be purchased at the door or online

Vendors & Concessions:

Grab a bite from our on-site event vendors:

Important Information

Know Before You Go

Learn more about your upcoming visit to the Animal Park at the Conservators Center.

Accessibility, Safety, and Pets

The Animal Park is not wheelchair accessible; however, accessibility accommodations are available for visitors with mobility issues. Please note that we are not able to allow unauthorized vehicles, including scooters or motorized wheelchairs, in the Park. Find more information about disability accommodations and access in the Tour FAQ on our Plan Your Visit page.

If you are planning to visit the Animal Park, please take a moment to review your confirmation email and text to complete our online tour waiver.  Waivers will also be available in the gift shop for visitors to complete during check-in.

For safety reasons, the Animal Park cannot allow visitors to bring pets on site. Any visitor who brings an animal to the Park will be asked to leave immediately. No animals may be left unattended in a vehicle.

Family Adventures

Have you ever looked a lion, tiger, leopard, or wolf in the eye? Had a “conversation” with a jungle cat? Witnessed the flickering tufts of a caracal’s ear? What on earth is a binturong—and why is it so important to its natural ecosystem?

Discover all this and much more when you join us for an Adventure tour at the Animal Park!