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North Pole - Santa's Workshop, Cascade
(4.3/5 based on 360 reviews on the web)
The whole family will enjoy North Pole - Santa's Workshop, a theme park where Santa Claus, his elves, and the entire North Pole come to life. Cruise with Santa himself on the sleigh ride, fly on the Enterprise Space Shuttle, or go for a few rounds on the antique carousel. Visitors wanting an overview of the grounds can take the aerial tram or the more traditional miniature train. Petting zoos, magic shows, and Santa's house are all sure to wow your little ones. Add North Pole - Santa's Workshop to your Cascade travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Cascade trip itinerary builder.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • This is a great place to go with younger kids. It's no Disney world but it has plenty of rides to keep your tikes entertained and it is a good size so that you can easily get around. There are lots of...  more »
  • Park was more expensive than expected, rides pretty outdated, and a number of grumpy workers, BUT my 2 year-old loved it. You pay for nothing inside the park. They give you a ticket when you enter whe...  more »
  • Loved every minute of our day here. Kids (5 & 3) were able to go on all the rides. We went on a Wednesday in July and lines were short...and only $19 with a coupon from the website. All food in the pa...  more »
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  • We love this place! So much fun and great atmosphere. The price is not bad considering you pay the same price or more to go to a mall carnival in a parking lot full of questionable people. Even if your not totally in love with Christmas you will have fun! I always take my out of town guests and its one of the highlights of the trip. Food is also good and prices are not bad.
  • The park was lovely and the staff very friendly. I thought it was affordable considering you can ride the rides as many times as you want. My big complaint and why I can only give 3 stars is the "boys" and "girls" toy shops. My daughter is 4 and old enough to notice and comment on the massive difference between these two stores. One was pink and full of princess items and stuffed animals. The other had logos, tools, magic tricks, and blocks. My daughter likes all of these toys. I don't ever want her to feel labeled and restricted in her play. I have some ideas about how this situation could be remedied and I plan on writing Santa's workshop tomorrow to share them. It is 2016 and this kind of sexist division is unacceptable now. I will not return to this park if this isn't remedied.
  • Grab a kid and go there. You will not believe the fun you will have. This is not your normal amusement park. Take a lunch. Grab free water in any food location. Well run and fun for all.
  • We went to The North Pole today with 3 adults, a 3 year old and 2 infants... and we had so much fun! I felt like it was fairly priced and fun. Good wholesome fun for the whole family. I give it 4 stars because the staff was tolerable but not overly friendly.
  • Never been here before, I was hesitant to spend the amount it costs to get in (something like $20 per person? Don't recall exact) This was awesome, we went just after tourist season was over so almost no lines, it was not too hot, and so much fun, there is even LITERALLY a frozen ice pole that stays cold all day. This was so much fun. You can even roast marshmallows, but we ran out of time there were so many rides and shops to visit.