The Knightdale Bunny Hop Parade! Thursday, April 9th!


The Easter Bunny is having trouble delivering eggs this year.  That doesn’t mean he will miss your home, but just in case, he has decided to visit residents (at a responsible social distance) to deliver some fun to the children of Knightdale neighborhoods on Thursday morning, April 9, 2020, between 9:00am and 12:30pm. 

That’s right! The Easter Bunny has chosen to visit Knightdale and will be riding in a Parks and Recreation Town truck, guided through Town by the Knightdale Police Department and Knightdale Fire Department.  The mini “Bunny Hop Parade” will begin at Harper Park, ride down First Ave, and continue through the following subdivision roads:

9:15am             Knightdale Station – Silverliner, Carolinian, Sunland, Heartland Flyer, Twin Star, Silver Comet

9:35am             Emerald Point – Aquamarine, Gem, Zircon

9:45am             Beaver Dam – Knollcrest, Allendown, Hinton View, Hope Valley

9:55am             Edenburghs Keep – Edenburghs Keep, Clematis, Cassia

10:00am          Pebblebrook – Pebblebrook, Maplewood, Village, Sugar

10:15am          McKnight Road

10:15am          Lauren’s Way – Widewaters, Delta River, Beddingfield, Pine Acres, Trailstream, Riverbirch, Oak Crest

10:40am          Princeton Manor – Princeton View, Peachtree Town

10:50am          Mingo Creek – Mingo Bluff

11:20am          Cheswick – Ranchester, Hauser Lake, Lena

11:30am          Churchill – Churchhill Glen, Twin Spires, Sunday Silence, Old Rosebud

11:40am          Glenmere off Smithfield Road – Poplar Summit, Spruce Pine, Highland Ridge

11:45am          Glenmere off Fayetteville Road – Cedar Pond

12:00pm       Flowers Road to Kelly Meadows Road

12:10pm          Sycamore to Second Street

12:20pm          Carrington Woods – Crosstree, Balaster, St. John, Southhampton, Brookfield, Carrington

End at Harper Park

These are estimated times of arrival – depending on traffic and other variables. We will make sure to announce the Easter Bunny’s arrival with Police and Fire Department sirens and horns.  In order to honor Governor Coopers Social Distancing order, the bunny will not stop, but will slowly drive by, waving to all the children along the way. He has to make sure he gets back home to get ready to deliver Easter Eggs to as many children as possible!

If you have any questions, please email Susie Paschal at