Santa's Enchanted Forest, the largest Christmas theme park and carnival in the world, is a sheer delight for children of ... More
Santa's Enchanted Forest
Santa's Enchanted Forest, the largest Christmas theme park and carnival in the world, is a sheer delight for children of all ages. Open from November through early January, the park features a spectacular array of activities and points of interest, including nine shows nightly, a multitude of displays, forty game and food stands, kiddy rides, a 90-foot Christmas tree, and three million lights to illuminate Miami's tropical winter nights. It is a seasonal favorite not to be missed.
as a worker there for the 2005-2006 season if you do not like to wait and be crowded then go during the week and avoid the weekends. during the week there are probaly less than 300 people the whole night or some nights there were less than 100. so monday threw thursday are better days to go.
I am an eleven-year-old girl. This was my first visit to Santa's Enchanted Forest. They have lots of cool rides there. I could see all the lights when I went up in the roller coaster. I ate hot dogs and beans, and "elephant ears," which are big, fried, sweet things. I loved my visit, and I hope we can go back next year.
I have been going to Santa's since I was only a few months and it has been magical every single yr I go back. I'm in the navy and that's all I can think about doing at Christmas time...it is gorgeous, family oriented, fun and well woth the money you spend...if you have never gone you should visit 1 yr..it is a great experience for adults and kids alike. It's a wonderful experience.
well i like it cause is fun it is just plain fun and it have a great price .What i dislike is nothing i like evrey ride except the ones that make me hurl and i dislike when little chicldren get hurt because how much people there is.
Something different to do in S. Florida, especialy if you bring the kids. Pretty Christmas light displays throughout. Rides are good for the little ones.
This is no Disney World. Some of the animated displays are old and hokey and at times it can be extremely crowded. REMEMBER WHERE YOU PARKED! Park at your own risk and put your walking shoes on as you take a very long meandering walk to the ticket booths. Kid carts are small and go for a minimum $10 rental.
Would we recomend? As a 1st time yes, as a 2nd time... maybe.
The last time I went to Santa's it cost about $20 to get in but you rode everything for free. So if you love to ride the rides you'll love this place! Might be crowded sometimes but it's not too since there's lots of room. They have plety of rides for kids too. Plus, Santa is always present for pictures. Quick note: Obviously they only open at nite so you can see the Christmas lights.
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