A young girl poses for a photo with costumed characters.
A family sits around a fire pit in front of the ice skating rink.
Frosty the Snowman and a SkyPark employee wave to the camera.
Three smiling ice skaters


Christmas may be over, but the fun is just getting started at SkyPark! With hot cocoa in hand, we’re diving headfirst into Winter Wonderland. Beginning January 11th, join us for outdoor adventures, seasonal characters, special entertainment, the Snow Quest scavenger hunt, and more.

Admission to SkyPark at Santa’s Village includes activities such as rock climbing, archery, ax throwing, ice skating*, pedal cars, the NorthWoods Express Train Ride, and Winter Wonderland’s Snow Quest. You’ll also be able to experience live entertainment at the Wacko Show, puppet shows, and Stories of the NorthWoods. For more information on what’s included, please click here.

*Weather permitting

Princess Snowfall tosses a handful of snow into the air.


Can you help Princess Snowfall find the lost magic snow crystals?

Without the magic snow crystals, the winter princess cannot create the storms in the NorthWoods which provide water to the trees and help quench the thirst of all the animals.

To participate, pick up a game card in the Admissions building when you enter the park. Follow the clues and search the village for the missing snowflakes.

If you can complete your quest, you’ll receive a special surprise!

Born on an ice-cold winter day, Princess Snowfall is the daughter of King Crispin and Queen Iclyn Frost. She and her brother, Jack Frost, only appear in the village during the coldest months of the year when the weather is perfect for snow.

Paid admission is required for entry to SkyPark at Santa’s Village. Annual/Lifestyle Passholders and Monthly Members get in for free. All guests entering the park must complete a waiver, regardless of participation in activities.

Snow is not guaranteed during Winter Wonderland. SkyPark at Santa’s Village does not create artificial snow. Please check the weather before your visit. For driving and road conditions, please refer to CalTrans and only travel when it is safe to do so.