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Published on : Tuesday, December 6, 2016
This beautiful theme park is nestled among tall pine trees near the San Bernardino National Forest and is existent at an elevation of nearly 5,910 feet. The park seems to be appearing straight out of a legend of Southern California.
Originally, the park was opened in the year 1955, in the month of May.
This was about seven weeks prior to the opening of Disneyland. However, the doors of Santa’s Village closed its doors in 1998 owing to challenging times.
Thereafter, overgrown walkways, defunct attractions and abandoned log buildings highlighted the renowned Christmas theme park, becoming completely dormant.
But then, after a 30-month painstaking update and restoration program and new ownership, the once dormant theme park has now reopened once more. Visitors would be capable of visiting Santa’s Village in the same manner as it was originally intended.
The fantasy and is spread over 15 acres.
It I beautified with giant mushroom and log buildings. It boasts of a pedal car adventure, restaurants, a polar express train, Santa’s house. Very son, it would also feature a monorail and currently it is in the process of being remodeled.
The theme park has been rebranded as SkyPark at Santa’s Village and would remain open throughout the year.
Visitors would be able to enjoy fun activities including outdoor and indoor rock climbing, live entertainment, personal meets and greets with Santa, ice skating and much more.
Once the weather starts warming up, visitors can indulge in hiking, fishing and zip lining, apart from visiting Santa.