Jefferson, New Hampshire

Did you know that Santa and his reindeers have an entire village right in New Hampshire? This adorable Christmas themed park is located in Jefferson, a short drive from popular vacation spots in New Hampshire and is definitely fun for all ages.

Santa’s Village is open limited weekends in May, weekends and some weeks in June, fully in July and August and then limited dates and weekends September-December. Tickets can be pre purchased online or bought at the front of the park.

Once you enter the park, grab a map and head towards Elf University to get your punch card. You can find elves throughout the park with letters and punches. Simply slip your punch card in the machine and punch your heart out. Collect as many as you can.

You’ll get to hop on the sled monorail and ride through the park. They’ll snap a picture which will be available at the end of the ride. It’s the perfect souvenir.

There are plenty of rides for kids of all ages.

You can find quick serve dining, ice cream, snacks and of course all the candy you can dream of.

Stop by and feed Santa’s reindeer. Snacks are available for purchase and you can stop and see Santa’s helpers.

There are plenty of picture spots throughout the park so have your camera ready.

On your way out turn in your punch car to receive your graduation certificate and pencil. Santa’s Village also hosts special events during the year such as Merry Trick or Treating.

Santa’s Village also has a water park if you’re visiting during the summer months…and of course we will be!

Need help planning your trip to New Hampshire and Santa’s Village? You can find me on Facebook at Callie at Wanderkeep Travel or you can email me at callie@wanderkeep.com and as always my services are complimentary when you book with ME!

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