What are the best Easter 2019 events near Longview TX?

By Product Expert | Posted in Local on Tuesday, April 9th, 2019 at 6:18 pm
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Egg Hunts and Celebrations in the Longview TX area

Easter is approaching again, as it seems to do every year (fancy that!). To help squeeze some Easter fun into your life, we’ve compiled our favorite Easter events going down in the greater Longview area. Let’s take a look at what rabbit-fueled egg-searching silliness 2019 has up its sleeve.


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Easter Bash at Zyiah’s Blessings

Where? 7242 CR 21, Tyler TX

When? Saturday, April 13th from 11 am to 2 pm

Our first event takes place out in Tyler. It’s a bit of a drive for us here in Longview, but it sounds like a lot of fun. This free egg hunt and bash starts promptly at 11, so don’t be late if you want to collect eggs. It’s recommended that guests bring a basket or bag for this purpose.

In addition to the hunt, there will be other fun tidbits such as inflatables, a bounce house, barrel train, face painting, egg dying, snow cones, and food.

Easter Egg Hunt at Kilgore First Church of the Nazarene

Where? 3500 Dudley Rd, Kilgore TX

When? Saturday, April 20 starting at 10 am

This hunt out in Kilgore is at least closer to Longview. However, give them a call before going (at 903-984-2144) to confirm that the event is still on for this year and being held at the time listed above.

They have held it in the past, and some detective work implies that it might be happening again, but if you’re interested, definitely give them a call before devoting your Saturday.

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Lake Bob Sandlin State Park Annual Easter Egg Hunt

Where? 341 State Park Road, Pittsburg TX

When? Saturday, April 20th from 2:00 pm to 2:30 pm

Our final event is short but sweet. It only lasts thirty minutes, but 10,000 eggs will be on hand to collect. There is an entrance fee of $4.00 for adults, but children 12 and under are free.

This annual hunt is a bit further out from Longview as well. If you go, try to arrive early to get a real good shot at collecting- thirty minutes is recommended to be on the safe side. Kids line up early, and the eggs get snagged quick.

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