I was recently offered the exclusive opportunity to be part of Santa’s Squad for Santa’s Village this year! Santa’s Village is one of the USA’s Top 25 Amusement Parks — it’s the ONLY park listed that’s located in New England! As excited as I was for the invitation, my two little boys were even happier! We packed our bags, and headed to Jefferson, New Hampshire. Lincoln and Avery were thrilled their Grammy and Grandpa joined us for the occasion. We were ready for a day of fun!
So much happiness!! I think my favorite part of Santa’s Village was the Reindeer Rendezvous. Here you can visit with Santa’s reindeer!! You can purchase special cookies to feed them, or you’re welcome to just pet them!
I can honestly say, I have never seen such beautiful reindeer. You can tell they are well-cared for. They were very friendly…maybe because we were feeding them…but we all fell in love!
We spent some extra time waiting out the rain in the Reindeer Rendezvous. It was the perfect spot to do so. We spent time with the reindeer, and the boys played some Reindeer Games!
After the rained stopped, we headed for a quick lunch at the Burger Meister Food Court, where we were surprised with some magic from Jack Frost…along with the help of Lincoln; and then we were off to more rides!
And what would a trip to Santa’s Village be without a visit from Santa?! Lincoln was super excited to see him…while Avery stayed back. HA! He’s still not ready. That’s okay!
I asked Lincoln what his absolute favorite part was about Santa’s Village, He quickly answered, saying Rudy’s Rapid Transit Coaster, a small roller coaster with lots of zip; and the Yule Log Flume; a log boat ride that gives you a big SPLASH!! I actually was able to capture a fun slow-mo video of the kids on the flume with their Daddy and Grammy. It’s fun to see their little faces!!
How fun!! I loved all the fun photo locations…we were able to capture some nice memories from our visit.
We had a pretty perfect day at Santa’s Village. I definitely would love to take Lincoln and Avery there again. They’re at such great ages and get so excited over the whole Christmas theme! They do offer a water park, HoHoH2O, however, it was rainy when we made our way to that area at the end of the day. It did look super fun though. It would be the perfect way to end your visit to cool off!
If you’re planning to visit the White Mountain area in New Hampshire, and you’re looking for a family friendly theme park, be sure to visit Santa’s Village! It will be a joyful experience for your entire family!!
Have you ever visited Santa’s Village?
Disclosure: I received complimentary admission to Santa’s Village as part of their #SantasSquad. All opinions are my own.