SAN ANTONIO - Thousands showed up to Morgan’s Wonderland Saturday for their Easter "Eggstravaganza."
Over 14,000 Easter eggs were placed throughout the park for children to fill their baskets.
This year's Easter hunt focused on inclusion so both kids with and without special needs could be a part of the fun.
"If someone gets seen doing something great, like helping one of the other kids whether it's special needs or someone smaller or sharing their eggs, we're giving them a card,” Dominick Fournier with Morgan’s Wonderland said. “They're going to come up here and we're giving them a pencil and a ruler and then we're going to acknowledge them on Facebook tomorrow.”
In addition to highlighting Easter, the theme park also celebrated its 7th Anniversary on Saturday and offered reduced admission to families as a thank you.