The City of Winter Park has been known for hosting an annual Easter egg hunt in its Central Park for the past 65 years, with over 14,000 eggs being hidden around the West Meadow each year waiting to be collected by pushy children, but that tradition was interrupted last year by the pandemic.

The hunt will be skipped again this year due to ongoing safety precautions but in lieu of the hunt, the City will host small rolling Easter “parades” through different Winter Park neighborhoods with a four-car caravan that people can cheer on from the safety of their driveways.

The Easter Bunny will not be making stops along the routes but families are encouraged to dress up and make signs to wave as they pass by on Saturday, April 3.

See the routes below with estimated arrival times.

Brendan O'Connor

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