Easter weekend guide lake country family fun

Easter Egg Hunts and More!

Last year Easter just wasn’t the same, but we found ways to make Easter Fun at home. This year, there are options for at-home and in-person Easter fun around town. Community Easter Egg Hunts are some of our favorite events to attend and promote.  Find Easter 2021 ideas below!

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This guide contains the following categories:
  • Local Easter Egg Hunts
  • At Home Easter Ideas
  • Easter Bunny Sightings
  • Easter Basket Stuffer Ideas
  • Easter Decorating Kits
  • Easter Brunches
  • Adult Easter Fun

Please thank the 2021 Easter Guide Sponsor:

Dayspring Summer Camp Lake Country Family Fun

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Easter Egg Hunts and More Easter Fun

Note: events added weekly, so check back for more options!

There are no upcoming events at this time.

  1. Have a glow in the dark Easter Egg Hunt in your living room or basement.
  2. Use Christmas lights to decorate and have a nighttime hunt.
  3. Put pictures of Easter Eggs in your windows and walk around your neighborhood looking for and pointing out others’ Easter Eggs. 
  4. Bake Easter Egg shaped cut out cookies and decorate them. Put them in bags or containers to hide around the kitchen or specific room and keep what you find!
  5. Make an Easter Egg shaped wreath or decorate a circle wreath with spring/Easter colors and Easter eggs!
  6. Make Salt Dough Easter Eggs. This recipe only calls for flour, salt, and water! You won’t even need to run to the store or schedule a grocery delivery! Team member Megan found this fun recipe. Once you’ve made the eggs and decorated them, hang them all over the house.
  7. Make and decorate Easter Egg shaped cookies. 
  8. Make your indoor or outdoor Easter Egg hunt a scavenger hunt with clues. When they get to the end, have them find their hidden basket!
  9. Dye eggs this year with a new method. There are SO many ways to die an egg – the easiest right now is with supplies already in the house, like crayons.
  10. “Egg” your neighbor’s yard! We did this last year and it was so much fun. Put Easter eggs in your neighbor’s yard for them to do! 

There are no upcoming events at this time.

Themed Play Pass to the Oconomowoc Play Gallerydetails here

Sweet P’s Pantry in Oconomowocdetails here

E & S Sweets in Mukwonago – details here

The Smiley Barn in Delafield has lots of great stuffers

Carlyle Vending 

Sweet Perfections Bake Shoppe 

Sally’s Sweet Shoppe

Need some other fresh ideas? Our readers have the best ideas when we asked for non-candy Easter Basket stuffers. Find 100 ideas here.

And thank you to our team member, Megan, for reminding us of allergy free alternatives to Easter Basket Stuffers like these ideas.

The following places offered cookie decorating in 2020.

All the Crumbs Cookies

Chef Steph Cookie Creations 

All About the Cookies

One Tough Cookie 

Check out the BRUNCH Guide for local restaurants offering takeout/curbside/carry-out Easter Breakfasts, Brunches and/or Dinners in 2021! Click here.  

Lake Country Area Brunch Guide


Adult Easter Egg Hunt in Muskego on 3/27 at 1pm at the Marx Pioneer Inn

Come join FOOLERYS for their 4th Annual pre Easter, Easter Egg Hunt on April 3rd. You must be 21 to play and will start at 10pm on Saturday night before Easter. Details here


Do you want your Easter Activity to be included in this Guide?

If you are hosting a COVID-19 friendly Easter Egg Activity and want to be included in our guide, please email us at erin@lakecountryfamilyfun(dot)com with your information. You can also email us via the contact form.

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