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Peter Cotton Trail is Hiding in Auburn, Can You Find Him?


Grab your peeps and hop around Auburn in search of these elusive bunnies that are hidden in city parks and trails as part of the City of Auburn’s Peter Cotton Trail event, held March 26-28.

A bunny cut out tucked into greenery.
You’re hunting wabbits that looks like this! | City of Auburn

The photo to the right is an example of what the hidden bunnies will look like. Each bunny has a unique number that you’ll write on your scorecard. Find 10 bunnies and email us your scorecard for a chance to win one of 60+ prizes.


This is a safe and FREE outdoor event for all ages and abilities. Participants will enjoy getting outside and getting active in an outdoor setting. Everyone will have a hippity-hoppity good time searching!

***Please don’t take or move the bunnies so everyone can enjoy this activity.**

Feel free to post your event photos within the city’s Facebook event page, or email them with your completed Bunny Scorecard.


Elmer Thudd hunting wabbits
Be vewy vewy quiet…

Before you start your search, you’ll need to print a ‘Bunny Scorecard’ (one scorecard for each participant, please) or pick one up at one of the following locations:

The official bunny scorecard, a carrot with locations to check off on it.
The official Bunny Scorecard | City of Auburn
  • Auburn Community & Event Center, 910 Ninth Street SE (pamphlet holder will be outside the entry doors March 22 – March 28, 2021)
  • Painting With A Twist, 920 15th Street SW (during open business hours)
  • Vinifera Wine Bar & Bistro, 18 Auburn Way S  (during open business hours)

Each bunny will have a unique number. When you find a bunny, write the corresponding number on your scorecard.

Please don’t take or move the bunnies from their hiding spot, we want everyone to be able to enjoy this COVID-safe, weekend activity.


Complete your scorecard and email it to by noon on March 31 to be entered into the random drawing for prizes. Winners will be selected at random and announced on April 1.


The above is an announcement from the City of Auburn.

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