The Big Bunny Trail Hunt

BB trail hunt

UPDATE (April 5, 2022) 

All 16,000 eggs have been claimed. If you haven't had a chance to complete the hunt yet, DON'T WORRY!! The bunny heard about how popular this event has been and hopped over to the Liberty Community Center to refresh our prize stash. Starting 4/5, each child who completes the hunt activity sheet will receive a set of stickers and an entry into a drawing to win one of five prize baskets. Three include family day passes to the Liberty Community Center and two are VIP Experiences for one of the Popcorn in the Park events this summer.

The bunnies will still be hiding along the Westboro Canterbury trail through April 15. We hope you will still get out to enjoy the weather, explore the trail and search for the bunnies. Thanks to all who have participated in the hunt and we look forward to seeing you at future events!


Liberty Parks & Rec (LPR) has a new twist on the traditional egg hunt event this year! Join us for The Big Bunny Trail Hunt, a fun and interactive family activity along a section of the trail at Westboro/Canterbury Greenway.

April 1-15, 2022

  • LPR will be hiding 12 bunny cutouts throughout the trail and it’s up to YOU to find them! 
    • The bunnies will be hiding on the section of trail located between the parking lot by the playground and the lot by the pickleball courts.
    • Map is on your activity sheet.
  • Print your Activity Sheet or stop by the Liberty Community Center (LCC) and pick one up to help guide you along your hunt. 
    • This is a self-guided activity and you will turn in your activity sheet and be entered into a prize drawing. 
    • Parking lots are located on Withers Road and on Park Lane.
  • Once you have walked the trail and located the bunnies, you can turn your sheet in at the LCC and be entered into a drawing to win one of five prize baskets. We will also have a photo station set up to take some pics after your hunt. 

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    Erika Brant

    Community Engagement Manager
    Phone: 816-439-4363