4 ideas for Easter egg hunts on our local farms!

4 idées de chasses aux cocos de Pâques dans les fermes de chez nous!

Basket in hand, hundreds of children (and adults, you have the right!) from Quebec are ready for the Easter egg race. Why not mix egg hunting and Quebec farms!

Look no further, here are 4 farms that offer this entertaining, funny and chocolatey activity!

1. At the Gîte des Oies

This year, Gîte des Oies is offering you not only chocolate eggs, but also duck and goose eggs! It's the perfect place to discover Quebec's geese territory and take part in an extraordinary egg hunt!

Enjoy their local product store, their maple taffy and meeting their feathered and furry friends! Chocolates for the little ones and goose terrines for the older ones.

Address: 508 Charlebois Road, Roxton Falls
When: Saturday March 30 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Price: Free

To find out more about the Gîte des Oies Easter egg hunt, go to their Facebook page .

2. Quinn Farm

Popular in summer for pick-your-own fruits and vegetables, La Ferme Quinn swaps its strawberries and cucumbers for Easter chocolates! Your little ones will have the chance to discover several stations with chocolate surprises, visit the farm animals and enjoy the play area.

A surprise meeting and a little treat await them at the end of the route…

Address: 2495 Boulevard Perrot, Notre-Dame-de-l’Île-Perrot, QC J7W 2K8
When : March 29, 30 and 31 and April 1, 6 and 7 (reservation on the site)
Price: $5 for admission for everyone aged 2 and over (+$6 for each child participating in the hunt)

To learn more about La Ferme Quinn’s Easter egg Hunt, visit their website .

3. La Ferme St-Élie

More than a thousand chocolate eggs took over the grounds of La Ferme St-Élie! To help them collect everything, two types of egg hunts will be offered. A hunt for chocolates and pictures, as well as a hunt strewn with farm obstacles. There is no age limit to participate in the activities, so get ready for an incredible egg hunt!

Afraid of not finding enough chocolate? Don't worry, a surprise bag will be distributed to all registered children!

Address: 2073, chemin Dion, Sherbrooke J1R 0R8
When: March 30, 31 and April 1 (reservation on the site)
Price: $13.95 per person (free for accompanying parents)

To find out more about La Ferme St-Élie’s Easter egg hunt, go to their website .

4. Park of the ancestral maple grove of La Maison Amérindienne

For 12 years, Wapocw, the hare of the maple grove, has left a series of clues to find delicious sweets ! In order to reach the end of the hunt, you will have to answer questions about the know-how of the First Nations as well as meet interesting people, all in a unifying atmosphere for the family!

This is the perfect place for a unique and inspiring egg hunt. Enjoy a moment of sharing by stopping by the Mishtan café for a piece of crustless sugar pie cooked according to an Atikamekw recipe.

Address: 510, montere des Trente, Mont-Saint-Hilaire J3H 2R8
When: March 29 and 30 from 10:30 a.m. (reservation required)

Price: $12 per child

To find out more about the Easter egg hunt at the Ancestral Maple Grove Park at La Maison Amérindienne , go to their website .

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