It was a beautiful Easter weekend outside and there was no shortage of outdoor activities for families to celebrate the holiday.
Little Critters Mobile Petting Zoo and Farm held their very first annual Easter celebration for kids and families to take part in.
Kids could get their faces painted, jump in the bouncy house and pet a wide variety of miniature farm animals.
"We have mini cows, mini horses, alpacas, llamas, sheep, goats, chickens, my gosh, we have so much. We always have a variety of different animals and right now it's springtime so we're getting a lot of new babies that kids can come out and bottle feed," said Leslie Shelton.
The petting zoo will continue to remain open throughout the year for families to bring their kids out to picnic and see the animals. For more information you can find them on facebook by searching "Little Critters Mobile Petting Zoo and Farm."
Of course there were plenty of Easter egg hunts for the kids this weekend.
Dozens of little ones got to explore the front lawn of the Historic Governor's Mansion searching for Easter eggs.
The egg hunt was done for two to four year olds. It was the third time the museum has invited kids to the mansion to hunt for the holiday treats.
"We don't have a lot of lawn so hiding the Easter eggs is always a challenge and two to four year olds really don't have a real good opportunity to get out and do a whole bunch of Easter egg hunts just for them so we thought it was a great idea," said Christina Bird, Superintendent of the Historic Governor's Mansion.
Over at the Cheyenne Municipal Pool, it was an Easter egg hunt of the aquatic kind.
Kids from ages two to ten showed off what kind of egg hunters they are, in the water.
Hundreds of eggs were floated and sunk throughout the indoor pool.
Kids got to collect as many eggs as they could and turn them in for an Easter goodie bag.
"Well I got to be in water, which I love to be in water," said Alana.
"I came from Kearney, Nebraska and it was really good. I found like 10 eggs and my grandma thinks that's really good and I really think that's good for my first time doing an underwater Easter egg hunt," said Graidin.
Us humans weren't the only ones that got to have all the egg hunting fun.
The Cheyenne Animal Shelter hosted the Red Ruff Inn's Doggie Egg-stravaganza.
Well over a hundred dogs and their families came to the dog park for an Easter egg hunt of the canine kind.
With such a big turnout in it's first year, expect this egg hunt to become and annual tradition.
"I think it was a great turnout and thanks to all the sponsors, we hope to have a better turnout next year as well and it was great to see all the dogs getting together and just enjoying a nice day out," said Brittany Steinman, Red Ruff Inn owner.