Springtime fun includes the annual Easter egg hunts across Northern Colorado. Grab the kids and get to one (or two) and see what you can find.

Thousands of eggs. TENS of thousands of eggs. Where can they hide them all?

Here are eight local egg hunts for Northern Colorado this year:

Estes Park - April 13 - Estes Valley Community Center

It starts with the free pancake breakfast at 8:30 a.m. then the search for 6,000 eggs beginning at 10:30 a.m. Crafts, photos, the famous bunny,  More info HERE.

Fort Collins - April 13 - Linton Elementary School

It starts at 10 a.m. with a bounce house, photo booth, and 2,000 eggs. More info HERE.

Greeley - April 21 (Easter Sunday) - Lincoln Park

Hosted by Journey Christian Church the hunt will begin at 10::30 a.m. after Easter services are held at UCCC.

Longmont - April 20 - Roosevelt Park

It's the largest hunt in Boulder County, with over 10,000 eggs. Hosted by White Fields Community Church, the festival will also have a bounce house, puppet show, and an obstacle course. More info HERE.

Loveland - April 20 - Centennial Elementary School

Bent Tree Church will host the fun starting at 11 a.m. with a hunt, carnival games, and free food. More Info HERE.

Timnath - April 13 - Summerfields Park

Staring at 10:30 am. and hosted by Living Rock Church, this hunt will have over 18,000 eggs along with cotton candy, popcorn, and food trucks. More info HERE.

Wellington - April 20 - Harvest Farm

They'll have varying start times to hunt eggs (starting at 1:20 p.m.) along with the Easter Bunny, face painting, snacks, and a non-perishable food drive. More info HERE.

Windsor - April 19 - Journey Church Windsor

This one happens at night, starting at 7:30 p.m., with glow-in-the-dark eggs, snacks, and an obstacle course. More Info HERE.

Find out about even MORE Easter egg hunts from 9News HERE.

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