November 25, 2006
With your favorite Christmas tunes and characters you can't help but to be immersed with holiday spirit.
Noah Hall, a park visitor, said, "The band, they're like dressed up in Christmas stuff and I like their music and stuff."
The Hall family found themselves enjoying this year’s old fashioned Christmas theme.
Angie Hall, a park visitor, said, "The lights are gorgeous, and especially when you're up on the rides you can look down on the park all lit up. We caught the tail end of the parade passing through.”
The parade with its star Santa Claus is a sight everyone seems to enjoy.
Sara Sumner with Adventure Parks Group said, "We just want to create a place where they can come and relax and enjoy the true meaning of the season."
As well as the five million lights that line the trees and rides.
This is the first year for the old fashioned Christmas and the first year for the parade. Wild Adventures also offers the second day free.
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