It’s time to hit the trail to spot Peter Cotton Tail, and maybe win one of a bunch of really, great prizes for your bunny finding skills!
I’ve been telling you about this awesome, safe event for a while because your kids are going to love it! If you missed those posts, don’t worry. All the info. is below, and it’s as easy as printing out your scorecard and putting on your shoes!
This is a real, DIY style event (not virtual!) You and all your favorite peeps get to hunt for bunnies at Auburn area parks and trails (We’ve got the list of parks below). The photo above shows what you’re looking for.
Before you start your search, you’ll need to print a ‘Bunny Scorecard’ (one scorecard for each participant, please)
.Each bunny will have a unique number. When you find a bunny, write the corresponding number on your scorecard.
Please don’t take or move the bunnies from their hiding spot. The hunt needs to be fun for every bunny!
When you finish your scorecard, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org by noon on March 31 to be entered into the random drawing for prizes. Winners will be selected at random and announced on April 1.
Need more info? Head here!
Here for the list of parks? It’s here!
1. Auburndale Park, 31802 108th SE
2. Brannan Park, 1019 28th Street NE
3. Cedar Lanes, 1002 25th Street SE
4. Dorothy Bothell Park, 1087 Evergreen Way SE
5. Dykstra Park, 1487 22nd Street NE – be sure to check the trail from Dykstra Park to Isaac Evans Park!
6. ***Game Farm Park, 3030 R Street SE
7. Isaac Evans Park, 29827 Green River Road SE – be sure to check the trail connecting this park and Dykstra Park!
8. Lea Hill Park, 31693 124th Ave SE
9. ***Les Gove Park, 910 Ninth Street SE
10. Lewis Lake Nature Park, 899 W Street NW
11. Mill Pond, 4582 Mill Pond Drive SE
12. Roegner Park, 601 Oravetz Road SE
13. Sunset Park, 1420 69th Street SE
14. Veterans Memorial Park, 405 E Street NE
15. White River Trail – bunnies will be hiding all the way from Roegner Park to the end of the trail past Game Farm Wilderness Park
***Game Farm Park and Les Gove Park will have ‘accessible’ bunnies in view of the trail to accommodate wheelchairs, strollers and wagons.