The Golden Egg Hunt

Golden Egg Hunt Illustration



Please Join us in 2021 for the Annual Golden Egg Hunt Event! 


In an effort to get families in the parks spending time together, thousands of plastic, colored Easter eggs, along with 50 golden eggs will be hidden in various parks throughout Harrisburg: Stallings Park, Pharr Mill Park, Harris Depot Park, Veterans Park and the lawn around Harrisburg Town Hall. 

Families may search for eggs during park hours on Tuesday, March 30, Wednesday, March 31 and Thursday, April 1. Plastic-colored eggs will have a sticker or a small toy that you may keep. Eggs will be hidden at various times during this period.

If you are one of the lucky people to find a grand prize golden egg (with a ticket in it), you can redeem your prize at The Harrisburg Parks and Recreation office on Monday, April 5, 2021. Prizes include: tickets to various outings in the Cabarrus and Mecklenburg County areas plus other goodies such as Easter baskets, toys, and games!

Families, a few things to keep in mind when "hunting" for eggs:

- Please help us to keep your parks clean and green! Please discard of plastic eggs and candy wrappers in trash receptacles. 

-Please be courteous and leave some eggs for others to find!

-Limit one Golden Egg per family. 

-Have fun exploring the parks in Harrisburg!

Park Locations and Hours where Eggs may be hidden:


Harris Depot Park: 6950 Harris Depot Road, Harrisburg, NC 28075; Hours: Sunrise to Sunset, Monday through Sunday

Pharr Mill Park: 6775 Pharr Mill Road, Harrisburg, NC 28075; Hours: Sunrise to Sunset, Monday through Sunday

Stallings Park: 4088 Stallings Road, Harrisburg, NC 28075; Hours: Sunrise to Sunset, Monday through Sunday

Veteran’s Park: 4281 Highway 49 South, Harrisburg NC 28075 Hours: Sunrise to Sunset, Monday through Sunday (located in the Harris Square shopping center)

Lawn around Harrisburg Town Hall: 4100 Main St., Harrisburg, NC 28075 (behind Harrisburg Town Hall); Hours: Sunrise to Sunset, Monday through Sunday