The perfect location for the perfect Easter Egg Eggstravaganza Easter Egg Hunt would have a exquisitely manicured, expansive lawn, in a beautiful setting, just enough off the beaten path that the event would seem a little bit exotic without being too difficult to get to.
The event starts at 1:00 p.m. and goes ’til 3 :00, so there’s plenty of time to find pink eggs and blue eggs and polka dot eggs.
There’s much more than looking for eggs with this event. Face painting and lots of other activities for kids are just part of what makes this afternoon Eggstravaganza so special There will also be snacks, a bake sale, and refreshments creating a truly special day.
The Whalehead Club has plenty of parking and it’s all free.
If the kids get tired of searching for eggs and their faces are already painted, the Whalehead Club is part of Currituck Heritage Park that includes the Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Education, an outstanding small museum that is worth a visit.
Immediately beside the park is the Currituck Beach Lighthouse begging to be climbed. Parents be aware, though—the view from the top is amazing but the journey back down the twisting, winding staircase is tough on little legs.