Farmer Nikki Johanson will be welcoming egg hunter sleuths at Pheasant Fields Farm during “The Great Farm Egg Hunt” April 1-10 in Silverdale. (Courtesy photo)

Farmer Nikki Johanson will be welcoming egg hunter sleuths at Pheasant Fields Farm during “The Great Farm Egg Hunt” April 1-10 in Silverdale. (Courtesy photo)

Calling all Easter egg sleuths!

It’s time for ‘The Great Farm Egg Hunt’ at Pheasant Fields Farm April 1-10

Pheasant Fields Farm will again open its gates to families looking for a day of fun on the farm with “The Great Farm Egg Hunt” for children up to age 12 from April 1-10.

In addition to the egg hunt, children can have fun face painting and enjoying crafts and coloring, planting seeds, listen to storytelling, take part in a self-guided farm tour and get pix taken in the photo booth.

A food concession stand is also available on-site, organizers said. Strict COVID-19 safety precautions will be followed throughout the event.

“It’s been a few years since we’ve been able to offer an egg hunt here on the farm,” said farmer Nikki Johanson, who is well-known in the local farming community and is a big supporter of Kitsap’s farmers’ markets, KitsapFresh and local food banks such as ShareNet and Fishline.

“The little ones are so fun to plan activities for. They really embrace the essence of life. We need that around here!”

Pheasant Fields Farm is a family-run, diverse product farm that has been operating for more than 115 years. It is located at 13274 Clear Creek Road in Silverdale, 1.5 miles north of The Trails at Silverdale Mall.

Tickets for the egg hunt adventure are priced “family-friendly” and available by pre-sale online now: $40 for a family pass and $10 for seniors and military passes. Reservations are required. Those attending are asked to bring their own baskets.

For more information about the event and to reserve tickets, visit Pheasant Fields Farm’s website at or call Nikki Johanson at 360-697-6224.

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