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Santa's Village, Jefferson

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  • Love this park, have been going there for over 35 years. We look forward to at least one annual visit. Thank you for staying true and family oriented!  more »
  • When I first went up there with my family, the park was just a little amusement park on the side of the road that looked like some carnavil. Not anymore, it's been 12 years and the park has looked bet...  more »
  • I know what you must be thinking, why in the world would a 30-something be reviewing Santa's Village? The simple answer is because we have kids and nieces and nephews but I will admit, I took my wife ...  more »
  • Had an amazing time here! My 4.5 and almost 3 year old could go on nearly all the rides. Definitely geared for kids under age 10. I was blown away by how clean it was, immaculate. The staff were all friendly, reasonable prices and beautiful weather. Absolutely loved and will return!
  • Santas Village it's always one of the two amusement parks we go to with young kids when we go to New Hampshire Santa's Village and Storyland. We like Santa's Village a bit better than Storyland. I think the reasons for this are because the atmosphere that is just a bit more cosy less like just an open area amusement park and more of the village with lots of trees and little Hills up and down notes and crannies interesting things to say feels more homey. Also there is a water park area that is very unique that Story Land doesn't have you could spend a large chunk of your day here. There are three large water slides and a big water slide mechanism with a few smaller slides on it sprays climbs stairs walkways and a big bucket on top that you've probably seen at other water parks. On a hot day it can get fairly crowded here and the line for the large water slides fairly long but it's worth it it's a great place to hang out and let the kids run around and cool off for a while. The food here is really good the only odd thing is that not all of the restaurants where you can get food give you all the options so if somebody wants chicken nuggets and somebody else want pizza and somebody else wants a sandwich you might be going to 3 different locations unless you compromise. But there are enough places to get food and usually there's not a worry about a long wait in line for food that's never been an issue for us. The ice cream shop up near the water park is excellent they have some interesting food options there as well as great ice cream. The rides are fantastic for the age appropriate children which is probably about 3 thru 11. We have a 12 and 13 year old now and they still want to go because they've gone every year and still enjoy it. It's a bit small for them now at that age but they still have fun being together as a family and going on the rides along with my youngest eight-year-old who it's perfect for. The rides are usually available to anyone over 42 inches but check the website for exact admittance. Consider going during the winter. They are open on weekends in December and it is fantastic if you get a good weekend with snow out or lightly snowing it is just fantastic and incredible atmosphere most of the rides are open summer closed in the winter but they're inside shows that you can go to similar to the ones in the summer but it gives you a break from the cold. We love going in the winter as well. The price is good for amusement parks overall this is a great experience and we love going there it's far north and probably not a lot else going on in that area but if you stay in North Conway or that area it's only about an hour or so to get there and it only opens at 10 so you have plenty of time to get there. I think usually closes at 6 which is a bit early as we will probably would like to have a little more time going on rides but overall a fantastic place.
  • This is a charming amusement park in the White Mountains with a Christmas theme. It's very tidy and in a pleasant wooded setting, and less frantic and more homey than Story Land (they both have their charms and my kid likes both equally). It has a small, but very well-executed water park, so bring bathing suits.
  • Wornderful experience for my 6 and 9 year-olds. Very clean. Staff is super nice. We went on Labor day and were expecting some crowds, but the kids were able to ride without wait each time. All the rides seemed freshly painted and in great shape. Many of the attractions seemed newly built. I can't stress how nice it was to have a park so clean and nice... from the attractions and grounds all the way to the restrooms and changing areas. It was great that the park has mature trees so lots of shade. One note: I'd say nine years old is about tops as far as age. Oh... the in park prices were very reasonable.
  • A classic family amusement park. It is so nice to hear Christmas music during the summer and it really happens at the atmosphere. Rides like the Bah Humbug, The Yule Log Ride, and bumper cars are endless fun for everyone. I have never talked to someone who did not enjoy their time there. Resonable prices to, with all rides included. Go to Nicks Pizza near the water park for lunch if you want to skip the lines and get a good pizza. A definite must if you are ever in the area.