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Santa Claus Land of Lights Opens Thanksgiving Night!

Line of Cars through Santa Claus Land of LightsThe pumpkins are put away and it is time to start thinking about Christmas. We are located in the town of Santa Claus, Indiana, after all!

So what do we have planned for Christmas you ask? How about our one-of-a-kind light show that tells the story of Rudolph and how he became the reindeer to lead Santa’s sleigh?

Santa Claus Land of Lights

Follow the Shining Story of Rudolph on story boards and brilliant LED light displays!

Located inside Lake Rudolph, this custom drive-through outdoor light show tells the Shining Story of Rudolph in bright, energy-efficient LEDs. The Santa Claus Land of Lights is the only light show in North America that tells a story in lights and storyboards. At 1.2 miles long, it is also one of the largest holiday light shows in North America … and don’t forget, every vehicle receives a FREE photo with Rudolph!

Discount coupons ($4 off per vehicle) will be offered at McDonald’s locations in Indiana, Kentucky, and Illinois, and a portion of proceeds will be donated to Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Ohio Valley (RMHC). A complete list of coupon locations may be found here.

2015 Operating Schedule
5-9 pm CT

Thanksgiving – December 13
Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays

December 18 – New Year’s Eve
Open Nightly

Closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

For more information on the light show, visit the Santa Claus Land of Lights website.







Why did the turkey cross the road?

You know that age old question of “why did the chicken cross the road”?

Well, we’ve switched up up a bit today.

“Why did the turkey cross the road?”

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“To get to the other side of Rudolph Boulevard of course.” 🙂

 







The World’s Most Interesting Reindeer

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Snowy Stroll at Lake Rudolph!

I took a stroll out in the campground in the snow. It is so peaceful and quiet. No one out but me … oh, and Rudolph and that bird.

Rudolph? Have you been walking down by the lake?

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You have haven’t you?

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You haven’t been walking on the icy lake have you?

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You little rascal! You have been walking on the lake. Shame on you. Don’t you know reindeer aren’t good ice skaters?

What’s this little birdie up to?

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I think he got confused by our one way on Garland …

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…and started going in circles.

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Goodness! Now I’m dizzy.

I’m sure he was just looking for the Holiday World shuttle stop.

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I can’t imagine why no one was waiting for the shuttle. Could it be the roof of ice? Hmm, that could be it I suppose.

Back up Dasher Hill toward the office for me.

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Doesn’t Dasher Hill just look like the perfect sled riding hill.

Or the perfect place to make a snow angel.

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Which I did. 🙂







The Adventures of Rudolph

Rudolph … boy is it hard to keep tabs on that busy reindeer! Did you spot him last season during your visit?

He was out and about the campground doing all sorts of activities.

He’s sure to be around for visits this season as well! Maybe he’ll stop by your rental or site to say “Hi!”