What do you get when you cross Christmas with St. Patrick’s Day? Saint O’Claus! SkyPark is bringing back the Shamrocks and Shenanigans for special weekend festivities and entertainment March 6th, 7th, 13th and 14th!

In addition to our everyday village and bike park activities, enjoy our annual St. Paddy’s celebration for $59 (ages 13+) and $49 (kids age 4-12 + seniors age 60-74) with complimentary entry for kids 3 and under/seniors 75+. Reserve your tickets now and let the shenanigans begin!



Feeling lucky? Join the Lucky Key Quest for your chance to win an Annual Pass to SkyPark during the weekends of Shamrocks and Shenanigans (March 6th, 7th, 13th and 14th)! Starting at 12PM each Saturday and Sunday, Seamus the Leprechaun will be up to his tricks by hiding many keys throughout our village, but only ONE will unlock the special prize! If you find a key, take it to Santa’s House to try your luck at unlocking the treasure chest. There will be one winner per day, and it could be you!


Seamus the Leprechaun is also cranking out some shenanigans within the forest of SkyPark Bike Park. Or could it be gold? Turns out he has plenty to spare! Keep your eyes peeled when riding on the trails during the weekends of March 6th, 7th, 13th and 14th. Wherever you go and whatever bike trail you ride, may the luck of the Irish be always with you. And if you’re lucky enough to find the gold, win an Annual Pass!



Who needs luck when you have charm? Check the daily Entertainment Schedule for the time and place to hear the Stories of the Northwoods with Seamus and Friends*, told by the charming leprechaun himself and his lads. Look for our good friend later as he showcases his musical talents around the park with a festive Jig Jam!

You can’t have a St. Paddy’s Day celebration without a pot of gold. Be sure to shake your shamrock over to the Sky Pavilion to catch the Pot o’ Gold Puppet Show* and may your day be touched by a bit of Irish luck!



Do you believe in magic? At SkyPark, it’s all around us! Wacko the Magician* is bringing back all his tricks that even Seamus the Leprechaun can’t compete with. Make sure to catch him before he makes himself disappear on March 6th, 7th and 13th only!

*Please check our Entertainment Schedule upon arrival for show times and location. Guests will be expected to keep face coverings on at all times in our outdoor theatre and be required to adhere to strict social distancing rules. Limited capacity, please plan your day accordingly to see the shows.



We all know that gold coins can be found in a pot at the end of the rainbow. But since rainbows don’t always make an appearance every day, Seamus the Leprechaun has been scattering his treasure around SkyPark instead! Join the Coin Caper with a sharp eye and you may find his gold coins throughout the Village during your visit. And when you do, finders keepers. They’re yours! But don’t wait too long to look – there will be a limited quantity available each day while supplies last.



You don’t have to wait for St. Patrick’s Day to enjoy corned beef and cabbage, but it certainly makes it more fun! SkyPark will be featuring everyone’s favorite Irish dish at St. Nick’s Patio and Grille in addition to our spin on Irish Nachos. And find shenanigans and malarkey around the corner at The Pedal Pub with beer and cocktail specialties for the 21+ crowd. Looking for a sweet? Stop by Kringle’s and the Gingerbread House Bakery for some tasty green treats. Best of all, you’ll be able to enjoy our special themed food and beverage offerings from March 4th – 14th!

We’ll also be offering shamrock cookie decorating in the Sky Trading Co. for $6 each. You are what you eat, so it might as well be sweet!



UPDATE: As of March 3rd, this show is SOLD OUT.

We’re excited to welcome back Sixty Grit to SkyPark for a special performance on Saturday, March 13th! They’ll be bringing American roots, (sham)rock and blues to SkyPark from 5PM – 7PM. To allow for social distancing, we will be operating at a reduced capacity with limited seating.

Whether you’re here for the shamrocks or here for the shenanigans, come have a grand aul day with us. Let’s get this Paddy started!

“There are good ships, and there are wood ships, the ships that sail the sea. But the best ships are friendships, and may they always be.” -Irish Proverb