Egg Scrambles in Oxford, Ohio


Springtime means Egg Scramble time in Oxford, Ohio! The Parks and Recreation Department is once again hosting egg scrambles for the little ones and an egg hunt for adults! This means there are plenty of options whether you have itty bitty toddlers, growing teens, or you just want to participate yourself. We are firm believers that you're never too old to enjoy colorful plastic eggs filled with chocolates and other goodies.

There are two scrambles and one adults-only egg hunt this year. Keep reading for details.


Daytime Egg Scramble

When: Monday, April 22nd at 5:30 PM
Where: Soccer Fields at the Oxford Community Park (6801 Fairfield Rd.)

Now it's time for the little ones (up to third grade) to get out there and scramble! There will be thousands of eggs filled with candy and other surprises scattered on the fields just ready to be grabbed up. Age groups will be separated to allow for a fun and safe scramble. The Easter Bunny will also be in attendance for photo opportunities. Make sure to bring your favorite basket to fill up with sweet treats. Check out the event Facebook page.

This event is free and there is no registration required.


Adult Egg Hunt (18+)

When: Monday, April 22nd at 7:30 PM
Where: Oxford Community Park (6801 Fairfield Rd.)

For this adults-only event (ages 18+) you'll be hunting for eggs rather than scrambling for them. Bring a flashlight and some keen eyes because you'll be wandering the trails at the Oxford Community Park trying to find eggs filled with coupons, prizes, and other surprises. Check out the event Facebook page.

This event is free though you do need to register first.


Teen Night Scramble

When: Monday, April 22nd from 9:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Where: Tri Community Center (6025 Fairfield Rd.)

This one's for the teens (grades 4 - 8)! Begin your scramble at the Tri Center's baseball field. It will be dark, so make sure to bring a flashlight in addition to a bag. Eggs will be filled with candy and other surprises. Check out the event Facebook page.

This event is free and there is no registration required.

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