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REMINDER: Auburn’s Peter Cotton Trail runs this weekend

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REMINDER: AUBURN’S PETER COTTON TRAIL RETURNS THIS WEEKEND – FRIDAY, MAR. 29 THROUGH MONDAY, APRIL 1, 2024

Grab your peeps and hop around Auburn in search of cute lil’ bunnies that have been hidden in parks and trails as part of the Peter Cotton Trail event, from Friday, March 29 to Monday, April 1, 2024.

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 or keep track of. Here’s how it works:

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Print the Bunny Scorecard (PDF), if you wish, or bring something on your search to track your bunnies such as a notepad/pen or smartphone/tablet. Each bunny will have a unique number. When you find a bunny, track the corresponding number on your scorecard or tracking device. Note: you do NOT need to email scorecards.

Printed scorecards (for tracking purposes only) will also be available, beginning March 25 during normal business hours at:

  • Auburn Community & Event Center, 910 Ninth Street SE, available 24/7 in a pamphlet holder March 25 to April 1
  • Auburn Grocery Outlet, 102 Cross Street
  • Red Canoe Credit Union, 1620 Lake Tapps Pkwy E, #101 **After completing the online submission, bring your completed scorecard to the branch for an extra prize**
  • Haggen Food & Pharmacy, 1406 Lake Tapps Pkwy E
  • White River Valley Museum, 918 H Street SE
  • Downtown Auburn Cooperative, 262 East Main Street
  • Auburn Senior Activity Center, 808 Ninth Street SE
Search for bunnies during park hours, March 29 to April 1. In most cases, you may need to visit two or more parks to complete your scorecard.
Bunny Scorecard Peter Cotton TrailAfter tracking ten bunnies, complete the online Bunny Scorecard Submission Form (available on March 29). The online scorecard will contain contact information and 10 spaces to indicate the bunnies that you found. There will also be the opportunity to share photos or comments with us. We enjoy hearing from you! The online scorecard will be available until 11:59pm on Monday, April 1.

Sorry, no late entries. Each person who participates must submit their own scorecard. Adults are welcome to play too! Duplicate entries will be deleted.

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Winners selected at random and emailed on or before April 5.

***Just a reminder, please don’t take or move the bunnies from their hiding spot, so everyone can enjoy this activity and bunnies remain safe from mowers and maintenance equipment. 

Here’s the list of parks where you can find hidden bunnies:

1. Auburndale Park, 31802 108th SE

2. Cedar Lanes, 1002 25th Street SE

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3. Dorothy Bothell Park, 1087 Evergreen Way SE

4. Dykstra Park, 1487 22nd Street NE

5. Frank Fulmer Park, 441 K St NE

6. Gaines Park, 1008 Pike Street NE

7. ***Game Farm Park, 3030 R Street SE

8. Isaac Evans Park, 29827 Green River Road SE

9. Lea Hill Park, 31693 124th Ave SE

10. ***Les Gove Park, 910 Ninth Street SE

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Peter Cotton Trail11. Lewis Lake Nature Park, 899 W Street NW

12. Mill Pond, 4582 Mill Pond Drive SE

13. Roegner Park, 601 Oravetz Road SE

14. Rotary Park, 2635 Alpine Street SE

15. Shaughnessy Park, 3302 21st Street SE

16. Sunset Park, 1420 69th Street SE

17. White River Trail – bunnies will be hiding all the way from Roegner Park to the end of the trail past Game Farm Wilderness Park

***Game Farm Park and Les Gove Park will have ‘accessible’ bunnies in view of the trail to accommodate wheelchairs, strollers and wagons.

Click HERE for more details about all City of Auburn Parks and Trails. Happy searching!

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