Santa’s Village in Jefferson, NH is a super fun place to visit with the family, any time of year! Thank you to Santa’s Village for for sponsoring this post. I received passes to facilitate this post, however, all opinions are my own. #Sponsored #PureJoyFamilyStyle #SantasVillage #WhiteMountains #NH
This was our first trip as a family to Santa’s Village. I had been as a child with my sisters, and Mr. Juggling Act had been with his family, but we had never brought our own children. Mr. Juggling Act and I had the best time with the kids. Santa’s Village motto is “Pure Joy Family Style” and that is what we experience throughout our day.
The kids absolutely loved the Alphabet Elf game. They had the best time running down the path looking for the next hour. After the collected all of the punches, they turned in their cards for a certificate and some goodies.
We were pleasantly surprised by the cost and the quality of the food at Santa’s Village. We got a whole cheese pizza and drinks for less than $20 for the four of us. That’s kind of unheard of when it comes to theme parks, isn’t it? The mini Donuts are amazing! They were so good, that we had to buy more before we left to eat in the car on the way back to our hotel.
The Water Park area was incredibly crowded the day we went. It was a hot day and the children enjoyed cooling off. There were a lot of neat elements, and plenty of life guards moving around and helping to keep an eye on things. I wish there had been more seating and a little more shaded areas though. Be sure to bring lots of sunscreen and wear hats if you go during the summer!
The last ride of the day was the Ferris Wheel… being afraid of heights, I opted out while Mr. Juggling Act enjoyed this one with the kiddos. They said the views were unbelievable. This is such a gorgeous part of our state, so I’m sure they’re right.
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