The Capital Community Egg Hunt is a Treasure Valley tradition that kids and parents look forward to every year. Why? Because it's absolutely wild!

This free Easter egg hunt has become one of the largest in the entire country and it happens right behind The Village at Meridian at Kleiner Park.

How big is the Capital Community Egg Hunt?

It's really, really big! Last year, over 23,000 people were there. Over 150,000 eggs were stuffed with candy and prizes, which means everyone is getting plenty of eggs. There are two egg hunt opportunities on each age-specific field.

What else is happening besides egg hunts at the Capital Community Egg Hunt?

There is a lot to see and do, so everyone will enjoy the day at the park. Food trucks, bubble soccer, jump houses, carnival swings, and live shows are on the stage. You could even win one of two sets of season tickets to Boise State Broncos Football.

What is the schedule of events for the Capital Community Egg Hunt?

Here is the schedule so that you can plan your trip. Typically, the afternoon egg hunts are less crowded.

10:30am - Event Kick Off
11:00am - Mascot Dance-Off, Giveaways and Kids Show
11:30am - Age-Specific Egg Hunts for ages 0-12
1:00pm - Mascot Dance-Off, Giveaways, and Kids Show
1:30pm - Age-Specific Egg Hunts for ages 0-12
3:00pm - The event ends

Did we mention that this event is totally free? Click HERE for more information.

Capital Church organizes the Capital Community Egg Hunt.

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