Are you looking for the most magical Christmas town in Texas? Well if so, then look no further! Santa’s Wonderland is full of Christmas spirit with a Texas twist on it. From hayrides, to snow, to s’mores and lots of beautiful decorations, you are guaranteed to have an amazing time! Santa’s Wonderland will be sure to remind you the reason for the season.
There are so many activities for you to enjoy on your trip to Santa’s Wonderland. They have a petting zoo, fire pits to roast s’mores or hot dogs, ice skating, mechanical bulls, and they even play Christmas movies on a projector screen in the big barn.
When we arrived they were playing my favorite, Elf! The best activity they have is the hayride. You drive through and look at the gorgeous display of Christmas lights. They have Texas theme light decor, a tunnel of lights and even a princess castle! Plus so much more!
Be prepared to wait in line, but it is SO worth it. It is the best light display I have seen to date from any where!
There are so many amazing photo opportunities for you and your family/friends to capture the magic of this place! They have an inflatable snow globe that you and the family can get in, a Texas Christmas back drop like you can see below from us, a polar bear circle for pictures, a big Texas flag made of lights, and so much more.
There are people available to take pictures for you to purchase, or you can just take them on your own! Be sure to snap lots of pictures to light up your Instagram. 😉
Santa’s Wonderland is open November 13th, 2020 – December 30th, 2020.
You will need to buy your tickets ahead of time. When you buy a ticket, it isn’t day specific, which is great if you live nearby because things happen. I suggest you also buy a parking pass. The Rudolph Lot is easiest, because it takes you right up to the line to enter. If you don’t buy a pass, you will have to park further and take a shuttle to the wonderland.
To purchase tickets and parking passes, click here.
Address: 18898 State Highway 6 South College Station, TX 77845
They have LOTS of options for you to grab a bite to eat when here, and it is fairly priced in comparison to most parks you attend. They have an entire food court area that serves fried food, cajun, pizza, baked goods and more.
They also have BBQ in the barn, which is what we ate and it was really good. The food I was most excited about was the s’mores, since you got to roast them yourself over an open fire. They also have hot dogs here for you to roast, and I am sure the kids would love to do this!
If you are into wine, at their main store they have a winery too for the adults to enjoy some Christmas spirits. 🙂
Santa’s Wonderland is truly a magical experience and so worth the trip no matter where you are coming from. Make a weekend of it, you will not regret it!
Until next time…. XOXO <3