MANITOWISH WATERS - Most Easter egg hunts take place outside.
But with the recent snow fall, some were in danger of being canceled.
One Northwoods camp found an alternative to keep the festivities going.
Camp Jorn YMCA in Manitowish Waters hosted their first Easter Egg Hunt.
More than 30 kids ran around inside of the camp.
Camp Jorn daycamp director says they got the idea from Boulder Junction's Easter Egg Hunt.
"We didn't have something like this here in the Manitowish Waters area. We are a children's facility. We service children year round," said Camp Jorn daycamp director, Stephanie McClellan.
"We thought better fit for our center here, the Camp Jorn, then to do an event for kids around Easter."
Despite the inches of snow on the ground, parents still brought their kids out.
The daycamp director says she was glad everyone came out.
"It's nice to get families out to be able to enjoy something at this time of the year together and get active," McClellan said.
"They were running around here finding those eggs. So it was a great opportunity for families to hang out and get out of the house."
Before the Easter Egg Hunt started, the camp served breakfast.
They also had story time for the children.
The camp plans to make this an annual event.