What’s up, doc? It’s every kid for him- or herself at Park City Mountain Resort’s Kids Korral Easter egg hunt.

Almost of foot of snow fell on the Park City resorts last week freshening up the slopes just in time for Easter, spring’s first holiday and the last big she-bang of the ski season. Park City Mountain Resort, Canyons and Deer Valley are celebrating with entertainment and egg hunts for kids both young and old.

The search for the two elusive Golden Eggs—each containing a 2013–14 winter full season pass—is a much anticipated tradition at Park City Mountain Resort.

Easter weekend marks the conclusion of Park City Mountain Resort’s family-focused spring celebration, Snowasis in the Snow. Events include a free concert on Saturday, March 30 with the George T. Gregory Band on the PayDay Deck at the Legacy Lodge from 3 to 5 p.m. On Sunday, the Easter Bunny visits the Kids Korral for a traditional egg hunt (kids age 6 and under only, please) at 9 a.m. And PCMR’s most anticipated Easter event kicks off at 9 a.m. on Sunday as well: the search for the two Golden Eggs, each of which hold a PCMR 2013-14 full season pass. The Golden Eggs are hidden anywhere within the resort’s 3,300 acre boundary and the hunt is open to all PCMR pass and day ticket holders. Watch PCMR’s Facebook and Twitter profiles beginning today, Wednesday, March 27, for clues to where one of the eggs is hidden. One clue will be posted per day through Sunday. The whereabouts of the second Golden Egg will remain a mystery.

The roster of Easter day activities is chock-full over at Canyons Resort as well. Check out the face painting and family photos at the Grand Summit Hotel from 1 to 6 p.m. A magician performs at the Resort Village from 3 to 5 p.m. And Canyons throws the final performance of the Spring Grüv concert series featuring Eufórquestra at the Resort Village stage at 3 p.m.

Mr. E. Bunny takes a moment to pose with a few of his fans last year at Deer Valley Resort.

At Deer Valley Resort, the Easter Bunny will hand out treats on the snow outside of Snow Park Lodge from 9 to 11 a.m. And then drummer and guitarist Sean Reagan plays on the deck at Snow Park’s EBS Lounge, 3 to 6 p.m.

A final FYI: Now is the time to get those turns while you can. The last day of the 2012–13 winter season at all three Park City resorts is Sunday, April 14.

Melissa Fields is a Utah-based freelance writer. Her blog is utahvagabond.com.