The month of November, and particularly Thanksgiving, is often a time for expressions of gratitude. Santa’s has a lot to be thankful for over the past 34 seasons. Below are just a few of the blessings we’ll be counting over smoked turkey legs at the park.
South Florida winter weather. Can you imagine trying to host our holiday wonderland in several feet of snow? Not to mention how hard it would be to keep the rides operating. We are very grateful visitors don’t have to bundle up in heavy winter coats, hats and scarves to enjoy Santa’s Enchanted Forest.
Lights, music, action! Santa’s Enchanted Forest Kicks off its 34th season with its annual Tree Lighting Ceremony and NEW Christmas Tree Light Show Spectacular. Feel the spirit of the holiday season come alive as you delight in the lights and sounds of South Florida’s largest Christmas tree (90 ft. tall!).
34 reasons to own a Santa’s Enchanted Forest Season Pass
Tis the season to dive into holiday fun at Santa’s Enchanted Forest! Smile at the decorations and lights. Scream aboard thrilling carnival rides. Munch on delicious goodies. Repeat the joy with a season pass!
There’s so much to do at Santa’s Enchanted Forest that you can see and experience something new with every trip you take to the park. In honor of the World’s Largest Holiday Theme Park celebrating its 34th season, here is a countdown of 34 reasons to purchase your season pass.
Thanksgiving conjures up images and aromas of a traditional feast with roasted turkey, ham, sweet potatoes, dressing, pumpkin pie and special family recipes. Yum! But if you’re planning to head to Santa’s this holiday weekend, don’t fill up on leftovers. There’s something to satisfy everyone’s taste buds!