The Easter Bunny is hopping to town, and he is bringing plenty of eggs, candy, games, and fun for the whole family. Check out the Easter Egg Hunt Guide below to find a hunt near you!

March 31, 2023

Acworth Easter Egg Hunt
Acworth Sports Complex
4000 South Main Street
Acworth, GA 30101
(770) 917-1234.
The Easter Egg Hunt will include over 50,000 eggs filled with toys, candy and prizes.

April 1, 2023

8am and 10am
Kennesaw Bunny Breakfast
Ben Robertson Community Center
2753 Watts Drive
Kennesaw, Georgia 30144
Enjoy a hot, delicious breakfast and personal visits with the Easter Bunny as he makes his way from table to table to say hello to all the boys and girls.

Cobb County Easter Egg Hunt
(Cobb Parks Eggstravaganza)
Al Bishop Softball Complex
1082 Al Bishop Dr.
Marietta, GA. 30008
(770) 528-8875 or (770) 528-4333

10 am
Bunny Brunch
Custer Park Sports and Fitness Center
545 Kenneth E. Marcus Way
Marietta, GA 30060.
(770) 794-5630
The City of Marietta’s Parks & Recreation Department is hosting a special Bunny Brunch. Breakfast treats will be served while children create Easter crafts and meet the Easter Bunny.

9 am to 1 pm
Smith Gilbert Gardens Easter Egg Hunt
2382 Pine Mountain Road
Kennesaw, Georgia 30152
(770) 919-0248
Smith Gilbert Gardens in Kennesaw is hosting their annual Easter Egg Hunt.

April 7, 2023

5 pm to 9 pm
Marietta Community Egg Hunt
Life University
1415 Barclay Circle
Marietta, Ga. 30060
(770) 423-1330
The Marietta Community Egg Hunt features fun, food, games, music, activities, and plenty of egg hunts for everyone. The event takes place on the athletic fields located off Barclay Circle and features more than 60,000 eggs and candy for the various hunts.

April 8, 2023

9 am to 11 am
Acworth Beeping Easter Egg Hunt
The Cobb County Police Bomb Squad is hosting the 2nd annual Beeping Easter Egg at the Horizon Field – Acworth Sports Complex in Acworth. This hunt is designed for children who are unable to spot eggs in a usual hunt and instead, track them down by a beeping sound. This event is for visually impaired children only.

10 am to 5pm
Northeast Cobb Community Egg Drop
Sprayberry High School
2525 Sandy Plains Road
Marietta, GA 30066-5799
(770) 423-1330
In addition to thousands of eggs on the field, thousands more will be dropped from a helicopter. So bring the family and enjoy candy, inflatables, face-painting, pictures with the Easter Bunny, lots of vendors, and fun for all ages.


  1. Absolutely absurd and DANGEROUS!!!!

    Took my 5 yr old son to the Sprayberry Egg Drop. He didn’t get one single egg.
    He did get knocked flat on his back twice by grown adults who were grabbing up eggs!!

    Some tips for next years event…

    1) Parents should NOT be allowed on the field (for this age group). They should be made to stand behind the tape. That way parents can SEE their children and take photos. 4 children were missing during this hunt.

    2) There should be 2 lines of tape – one for parents to stand behind, and one for children to line up at.

    3) The field should not be surrounded by participants, all working their way into the “center” – it’s dangerous. Have all the kids start at one side – and work their way “across” the field. Do away with the helicopter, and divide the hunt in smaller age brackets.

    4) Disneyworld does a Halloween event – with candy. It’s a PATH that children enter from one end, and complete a circuit – with stations handing out candy at intervals. Maybe this could be done around the circumference of the field, with the bouncy stuff on the inside?

    I spoke to one mother who was carrying a large basket filled with eggs. Her daughter was 4. I asked how that was possible, since most children (80% i saw) were walking around with empty baskets. She pointed to her 15 year old son – who barreled through and grabbed all the eggs for his sister.

    So – in essence – my 5 yr old son was up against teenagers and adults to get eggs! Not only were children getting knocked to the ground, but i several adult women on the ground getting trampled…

  2. I like the suggested recommendations from Kim. I did not like the event either as my grandchildren (2, 3, 5) were almost trampled by adults and teenagers grabbing eggs. They were able to only get a couple. It is not a well organized event and I would not recommend anyone take their children/grandchildren to it.

  3. I agree they need to organize it a lot better. Who lets adult and older teenagers on the field with small children. Your right it’s not only dangerous, it’s out right ridiculous, and whom ever organized it that way with everybody in there for a free for all needs their head examined

    • Thanks everyone for sharing your thoughts and experiences. This kind of feedback can be very valuable for the event organizers in helping them improve their events. For future comments, it may be more beneficial to leave the comment on the single event page rather than this article about all the hunts, so that it is clear which specific egg hunt you are referencing. Here is the link to the Sprayberry Easter Egg Hunt many have mentioned:

      Also, the event organizers may not see this article and comments, so if you want to share your feedback with them directly in order to effect change, we would encourage you to contact them via the phone number, email address, or website listed in the article linked above.

    • Hi Shae,

      In this article there are five events taking place today. Each event organizer will make a decision based on the conditions in their area. To find out more, please contact the event organizers using the contact information listed for each event.


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