Big Bunny's Spring Fling

15-Apr-2017

The San Francisco Zoo & Gardens is the place to be Easter weekend, Saturday and Sunday, April 15 & 16, for a hoppin’ good time! The Zoo is once again partnering with 106 KMEL’s Sana G Morning Show to host three egg hunts on Saturday and three egg hunts on Sunday with thousands of candy-filled eggs! Participation for each Easter egg hunt is limited and will reach capacity. Reservations hold your spot until 30 minutes prior to the egg hunt. If you have not checked in a minimum of 30 minutes prior to your child's reserved date and time, your reservation may be forfeited. 

Update: All egg hunts are at capacity. There will be a limited number of spots available for in-person registration. 
  

Saturday, April 15

10:00 am Zoo Opens

10:45 am Easter Egg Hunt (Ages 3-5)

11:45 am Easter Egg Hunt (Ages 6-8)

12:45 pm Easter Egg Hunt (Ages 9-12) 

Sunday, April 16

10:00 am Zoo Opens

10:45 am Easter Egg Hunt (Ages 3-5)

11:45 am Easter Egg Hunt (Ages 6-8)

12:45 pm Easter Egg Hunt (Ages 9-12) 

FAQ's

1. How old does my child have to be to participate?
The Easter egg hunts are for ages 3-12 years and will be broken into three age groups.

1st Hunt- Ages 3-5

2nd Hunt- Ages 6-8

3rd Hunt- Ages 9-12

Be sure to register your child; each egg hunt will have a limited amount of participants and will reach capacity. 

2. Can I go in to the hunt with my child? 
One parent per child is allowed in the first hunt with the younger kids (ages 3-5) and parents must be there to only watch and assist their child. Parents may not grab eggs for their child. 

3. Does the Easter Egg hunt cost an additional fee?
No! The Easter Egg hunt is free with your paid admission in to San Francisco Zoo! Purchase admission tickets here.

Notes: 
Early Arrival is suggested. The Easter egg hunts will reach capacity. Your spot is reserved until 30 minutes before the egg hunt. 
Please make sure to bring an Easter basket or bag to collect your eggs! 
Parents will be required to bring a signed copy of the release agreement for each child participating.

  

Photo by Marianne Hale