The BEST List of 2024 Easter Egg Hunts: Greenville, SC

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Are you looking for the perfect Easter Egg hunt in Greenville, Spartanburg, or Upstate, SC? We have an amazing list of egg hunts, Easter bunny photos, Easter farm events, crafts, and all sorts of kid-friendly 2024 Easter events in the Upstate SC area. Bookmark this list!

Easter egg hunts in Greenville, SC and the Upstate

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**Egg Hunts will be cancelled or rescheduled due to inclement weather so be sure to check your intended egg hunt’s social media pages before heading out. We will do our best to update our list but we cannot guarantee we get to all of them that are changed if weather hampers the event.***

Greenville, SC Easter Egg Hunts

Searching for an Easter Egg Hunt in Greenville County for your kids? You found the right list! We are adding events to this list as information becomes available, so bookmark this page and check back often.

The Great Egg Venture: Egg Hunt at Heritage Park

Heritage Park, 861 South Main Street, Simpsonville

March 23, 2024 from 3-6 pm, The Great Egg Venture: Egg Hunt at Heritage Park. This is a free community event with inflatables and egg hunts, plus prizes.

Eggtastic Easter Event: Easter Egg Hunt at Century Park in Greer, SC

Greer City Park

March 23, 2024, 11 am to 1 pm Eggtastic Easter Event at Greer City Park is back for 2024 with egg hunts, inflatables and more. Limited capacity so register online beforehand.

Hidden Pasture Unicorn Farm

Fountain Inn, SC

March 23, 2024, 11 am – 4 pm. Enjoy hourly egg hunts, bounce houses, a petting zoo, unicorns, and more. There will be pictures with the Easter Bunny and pony rides for an additional $7 fee. Tickets are $12 – $15.

Eggventure @ Advent United Methodist Church

Greenville, SC

March 30, 2024, 10 am – 1 pm. There will be inflatables, games, egg hunts, and more! Egg hunts will occur each hour, with the first and last being sensory-friendly.

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Spartanburg, SC Easter Egg Hunts

Here are the 2023 Easter Egg Hunts happening in Spartanburg County.

Town of Duncan, SC: Magical Easter Event

March 23rd, 2024 from 3:30 pm to 8:30 pm, the Magical Easter Event in Duncan, SC will have egg hunts at staggered times by age. Free activities include the egg hunt, magic show, kid rides, train ride, inflatables, face painting, free pictures with the Easter Bunny, and a petting zoo.

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Where to Get Easter Bunny Pictures: Greenville, SC

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Free Easter Bunny Photos at Cabela’s

The Easter Bunny will be visiting Bass Pro Shop in Greenville this March 2024! You can visit with him and get a FREE printed photo with the Easter Bunny.

  • Reservations open on March 16th, 2024 for appointments on Saturday, March 23rd, 2024, and Sunday, March 24th, 2024.

Bunny Photo Experience at Haywood Mall

Visit with the Easter Bunny at Haywood Mall starting March 1st, 2024.
The Caring Bunny (a special opportunity for kids with special needs to get their photo in a sensory-friendly environment) date is March 17th, 2024. Reservations are required for this special event.

All Easter Events Happening in 2024 Across the Upstate

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Easter Egg Hunts For Special Needs Families


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Major Easter Events Across the Carolinas: Worth the Drive

Denver Downs Easter Egg Hunt

  • March 23rd (cancelled due to rain), 24th, 29th- 31st, 2024 and April 5th, 6th, and 13th, 2024
  • Easter Egg hunt, activities, games Easter Bonnet Contests, photos with the Easter Bunny, and more.
  • Ride the zip line, ride the cow train.

Easter Bunny Express at the NC Transportation Museum

Located in Spencer and about 2 hours from Greenville, the NC Transportation welcomes the Easter Bunny for four days. Get your picture taken with the bunny (either DIY it or pay for a professional photo) and then enjoy a day with trains! You can also upgrade your admission with a train ride experience on an Easter-themed train. An Easter Egg hunt will happen on March 29th and 30th, 2024 at 10:30 and 1:30 pm(ages 0-4) and 11:30 am and 2:30 pm (ages 5-10)

Additionally, you can have breakfast, lunch, or a snack with the Easter Bunny in a stationary dining car on site. Those tickets include a ride on the Easter Bunny Express and admission.

Admission ranges in price from $7- $30 plus fees, depending on the options you select. You can choose admission without a train ride just to enjoy the museum and event, admission with a ride on the Easter Bunny Express, or admission, with a ride on the Easter Bunny Express and a meal in the dining car. Admission is FREE for children under the age of 3. See the event website to buy your tickets and for more details about pricing and the train schedule.

  • Saturday, March 23rd, 2024, 9 am to 5 pm
  • Sunday, March 24th, 2024, 12 pm to 5 pm
  • Friday, March 29th, 2024 9 am to 5 pm
  • Saturday, March 30th, 2024, 9 am to 5 pm

Bunny Hopper Express

The Great Smoky Mountian Railroad in Bryson City, NC is offering their Bunny Hopper Express train again in 2024. On March 29th and 30th at 11 am you can ride the Bunny Hopper Express to the Bunny Trail. At this 1-and-a-half-hour layover, you’ll enjoy an Easter Egg hunt, live music, photos with Conductor Hops and Brakeman Bunny, plus a cookie decorating station. On the train, kids will receive an activity bag to enjoy.

Tickets are $35 to $87 depending on your choice of car, and complimentary for kids under in designated cars. Purchase Bunny Hopper Express tickets in advance. Many cars will likely sell out.

Top 5 Easter Egg Hunt Tips

What could go wrong at a fun event involving kids, candy, and the outdoors? I hope that I won’t shock any new parents out there, but the public egg hunt is not always all fun and games. It’s lots of fun but it can also result in tears from both kids and parents. Here are some of the top tips to help make the experience safe and enjoyable.

Tip #1 – Choose Your Egg Hunt Wisely.

Different egg hunts have different rules and it’s smart to choose a hunt that fits your family’s age children and temperaments. For example, a fast, competitive child might thrive at a free-for-all egg hunt that’s every man for himself, but a shy child might find the same hunt frightening and leave without a single egg.

Find out . . . What are the rules for this egg hunt?

  • What are the ages of kids hunting together?
  • Is there a limit of eggs per kid?
  • How large is the event? (The larger the number of kids hunting at the same time, the greater chance there will be some aggressive behavior from the kids hunting.)
  • How much waiting is involved?

Beware of the hunts that allow parents to “help” kids. It’s not unheard of to watch fellow parents run toddlers over while they help their very capable preschooler fill an overflowing basket of eggs.

Tip #2 – Dress Appropriately

Easter is early-April this year which means the day could rapidly go from a cool early morning to a hot late morning or afternoon depending on the weather.

  • Layer your kids clothing if it’s cooler so that you can take off a layer if it gets warm or if your kids get hot from running around.
  • Don’t neglect the sunscreen. The UV index can catch you by surprise this time of year.
  • Have your kids wear shoes that they can run in. Tennis shoes are best to avoid bug bites and toe stepping.
  • Many of the public hunts offer bounce houses for the kids to play in so be sure your kids wear socks.

Tip #3 – Plan ahead

Make sure that you plan time to park. If your egg hunt has an age requirement for a specific time, your child will likely only be allowed to hunt at that time. If the hunt is large, plan at least 30 minutes for parking and registration before the hunt. Also pack snacks, water, extra clothes, and don’t forget the basket! You should always have a backup plan as well, just in case your kid’s basket ends up empty.

Tip #4 – Go Over Rules

Be sure to go over your expectations of behavior before the craziness starts. Let your kids know that pushing, shoving, or taking other people’s eggs are a no-no.

Tip #5 – Consider Planning Your Own Hunt

In lieu (or in addition) to the big community hunt, consider planning your own private hunt with just your own kids or with your neighborhood or friends. Smaller hunts can allow for actual hiding (rather than just a bunch of eggs dumped in a field) and a smaller event can also be a fun chance to dye eggs and enjoy Easter games. It’s a simple event that the kids enjoy and it doesn’t involve tons of candy. With friends and family. Have fun!

Did your favorite egg hunt make our list?  If we missed it, please share it in the comments below!

Easter in Greenville, SC

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Johannah Myers
9 years ago

Messy Easter at Aldersgate United Methodist Church! March 22 beginning at 3:30pm (rain or shine!) Join us for activities for the whole family – crafts, games, egg hunt and more. Followed by a free hot dog supper. Aldersgate United Methodist Church, 7 Shannon Dr Greenville 29615 (near Lake Forest Elementary) For more information, go to or

Jill Grogg
9 years ago

Travelers Rest United Methodist Church is hosting a community Easter Egg Hunt! We have hidden eggs in businesses near the church on Main Street. All you have to do is pick up a brochure from the church or one of the participating businesses and start hunting. The brochure includes a trail card that is a list of the places where the eggs are hidden. When you find an egg, just write down the name of the object inside the egg next to the business name where you found it. When you are finished with the list, you can turn it… Read more »

9 years ago
Reply to  Jill Grogg

When is this taking place? I haven’t seen a date any where.

7 years ago
Reply to  Jill Grogg

When will the eggs be hidden to start?

9 years ago

Covenant United Methodist Church Easter Eggstravaganza!
Saturday March 28 from 3-5 pm.
Inflatables, egg hunt, games, crafts, prizes, event for ages toddler-5th grade.
1310 Old Spartanburg Road
Greer, SC 29650
Free! Bring your Easter basket!

Taran Morrell
8 years ago
Reply to  Katie

Is the date correct in this? The 28th is Monday.

8 years ago
Reply to  Taran Morrell

That was a comment from 2015 not 2016. We do not have any egg hunts listed for after Easter this year.

9 years ago

Do you have an address for J&B Farm?

9 years ago
Reply to  Megan

Yes, if you click on the link provided in the title it will lead you to the full information. It’s at 441 Millrock Church Rd Gray Court, SC 29645.

9 years ago

Egg Hunt and pancake.breakfast. free
Pebble Creek
1300 Reid school road
Saturday, April 4 @9am.

9 years ago

Is the easter egg drop at sunset park free?? Thank you

9 years ago
Reply to  rebekah

Yes, Rebekah. It is free!

7 years ago

MESSY EASTER DOWNTOWN: St. Paul United Methodist Church hosts a messy and fun afternoon of crafts, activities and an Easter Egg Hunt! Sunday, April 2 from 3:30-6 pm which includes dinner. This event is designed for the entire family so plan to join us rain or shine for a fun time! Contact Stephanie Morris at or email for more details or questions. St Paul UMC 1107 S. Main St. Greenville, SC

7 years ago
Reply to  Mollie

Thank you!

Jennifer Clark
7 years ago

st giles presbyterian has a free easter egg hunt on Sat the 8th as well. on hudson road. low key but super fun.

7 years ago

1st annual Easter Egg Hunt brought to you by Military Order of the Purple Heart! Saturday April 15, 12pm noon, at 2725 Anderson rd Greenville. Carolina Academy Open to all children 1yr/walking to 17 years. 3,000 EGGS! Only name brand candy and every child gets bag of it and a small prize PLUS 3 Larger prizes in each of the 6 age groups!!! $4.00 fee at baseball field gate. Veterans receive 1 FREE child and all PURPLE HEART Veterans receive 3 FREE as a thank you!! You won’t want to miss out on these prizes including gift cards, bike and… Read more »

7 years ago

Hi am trying to register for the event on April 15 in tyger park in Sudan the the website but am not sure on how to do it any tips please thank you

7 years ago
Reply to  Shany

Try: For more information contact Cymone Allen (864) 804-5814 or

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Ashley Reece
6 years ago

Greer Egg Drop, March 31, 2018 4:00 PM-6:00 PM at Dooley Memorial Football Stadium

6 years ago
Reply to  Ashley Reece

How do I register for this?

6 years ago

WALK WITH JESUS at Monaghan Baptist Church.
We will be taking “families” together through five of the last events of Jesus on earth. You will walk through Palm Sunday, The Last Supper, Gethsemane, Good Friday and the Easter Resurrection. At the end of the event each child will receive a bag of eggs with candy.
March 31st, 1-4 pm. Takes about an hour to go through all five stations. FREE
1500 W Parker Rd, Greenville (Berea)

6 years ago

Join us for an Easter Egg Hunt on Easter Sunday at California Dreaming Greenville! Plan your lunch accordingly… For reservations, please call 864.234.9000.

5 years ago

Pictures with the Easter Bunny at Chick-fil-A Taylors Monday, April 1st 6-8pm!

Rachel Carosiello
5 years ago

Community Easter Egg Hunt at Northside United Methodist Church! Saturday, April 13, 11:00am-12:30pm (rain or shine!). Join us for this FREE event which will include story time, snacks, fellowship, and a chance for your kiddos to hunt easter eggs!

For more information: or

5 years ago

Thank you!

5 years ago

Kangaroo Jax will be hosting an Easter Event Saturday April 13 from 1:00-5:00pm. Bring your cameras and get your picture with the Easter Bunny! We will have fun and games for the children and chances to win prizes and Easter baskets! This event is indoors and tons of fun for everyone!

Nichole beach
5 years ago

Bible Baptist Egg Hunt

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Rachel Carosiello
3 years ago

Community Easter Egg Hunt at Northside United Methodist Church! Saturday, March 20, 11:00am-12:30pm. Join us for this FREE event which will include story time, activities, a chance for your kiddos to hunt Easter eggs, and a bagged lunch! Please bring an Easter basket and a mask.
For more information: or