Spring has finally sprung (well, technically), and an outdoor Easter egg hunt is the perfect excuse to soak up some sunshine (well, hopefully) and welcome the warm (-ish) weather at last. The only question, of course, is where to hide all those colorful, candy-filled little guys. You want to make the hunt as tricky as possible, but you don't want to make it too tough, either — unless holiday meltdowns are your thing. So what are some perfect places to hide Easter eggs outside?
Whether you're obscuring eggs in the backyard or taking your hunt to a local playground, the options are basically endless. Of course you'll want to tailor your search to the ages and abilities of your kids, but beyond that, your only limitation is your own imagination. And if your kids are still young enough to believe that a giant mythical bunny is the one doing all the hiding, you'll want to make sure you get out there and set up your hunt before they wake up, or at least while they're good and distracted by the contents of their Easter baskets.
Playing Easter Bunny can require a little planning, but seeing those faces light up when they discover all the hidden treats is all the payoff you'll ever need!