Easter Fun Awaits Your Family at the Jekyll Island Easter Egg Stroll

On Easter, fun things for young kids are happening within the Jekyll Island Historic District.

Jekyll Island is sponsoring a family Easter Egg Stroll, geared especially for younger children.

Easter Bunny at Easter Egg Stroll

Easter activities include hunting Easter eggs with your kids, and having the whole families picture taken with the Easter Bunny.

Kids and adults alike will enjoy this laid-back Jekyll Island Easter celebration tradition - just make sure you all have your Easter baskets in hand. So you won't have all your eggs in one basket, so to speak.

The Easter Egg Stroll is brought to you by the Jekyll Island Authority and is an all-volunteer affair. As such, the price is right - it's free - so show up at Pier Road within the Historic District On Easter from 10:00 am til 1:00 pm, and participate in this Easter fun event.

Some of the activities your youngsters can participate in:

  • face painting, from flower to animal designs
  • photo session with a celeb - the Easter Bunny himself!
  • horse drawn carriage rides, with horses dyed pastel pink and blue!
  • arts and crafts
  • bean bag toss

Of course, an Easter Egg Stroll wouldn't be complete without, well, an egg hunt. And smaller tykes need not fear the larger kids finding all the eggs. Jekyll Island provides a special roped off area for kids three and under.

The event also features food and snack items that kids love, like hot dogs, pizza, sandwiches and funnel cake.

Looking for more elegant, substantial fare? While at the Easter Egg Stroll, take time to enjoy your Easter brunch or Easter dinner at the Grand Dining Room in the Jekyll Island Club Hotel. Or if that's not in your budget, grab a sandwich at the The Pantry, and top it off with a Big Cookie.

That is, if the kids have any appetite left after pigging out on Easter eggs!

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