Join Liberty Parks & Rec for the Big Bunny Trail Hunt, a fun and interactive family activity along the trail at Northwyck Park (1617 Ridgeway Drive). This event is perfect for all families, big or small.
Friday March 31 – Sunday, April 9
The Parks & Rec team will hide 12 bunny cutouts along the trail and it’s up to YOU to find them! The bunnies are hiding along this section of the trail between Reese Street and Northwyck/Ridgeway Drive. Each of the bunnies will be numbered 1 -12 and will be holding a letter. Decode the secret password using the activity sheet!
The trail is .7 miles long down and back, so plan accordingly! This is a self-guided activity, so you can participate in the activity whenever it fits your schedule best (during park hours: 6 a.m. – 10 p.m.). This event is free and open to the public.
Where Can We Park?
Parking is available along Reese Street. There will be a map on your activity sheet to further help figure out where to park.
Where Can We Get an Activity Sheet?
Activity sheets can be found online to print at home or stop by the Liberty Community Center (LLC) and pick one up to help guide you on your hunt!
Where do we turn in our activity sheets?
Once you’ve completed the sheet, drop it off at the Liberty Community Center, say the secret password three times fast and the prize is yours! Prizes are limited to the first 500 kids and there’s a limit of one (1) prize per child. In order to receive a prize, there must be someone present for each sheet submitted.
Please note that the Liberty Community Center will be closed on April 9 in observance of Easter but will accept activity sheets through April 10, or until all the prizes are gone.
Whether you’re a parent, grandparent, sibling or babysitter, hop on over to Northwyck Park starting March 31!
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