Visiting Santa’s Enchanted Forest: What to Expect

A former football coach volunteer, Brian Shechtman spends his days working with charities through his company, Santa’s Enchanted Forest. A seasonal theme park, Santa’s Enchanted Forest provides the public with spirited holiday activities which are organized and improved each year by Brian Shechtman.

Located in Miami, Florida, Santa’s Enchanted Forest was founded 32 years ago. It is noted for more than 100 rides and attractions and maintains its status as the world’s largest holiday theme park and carnival. The park opens at the end of October and operates through the beginning of January. Guests enjoy evenings filled with thrill rides, holiday music, millions of twinkling lights, and interactive activities such as bungee jumping and mechanical bull riding. The park also coordinates a schedule of shows to delight visitors, like Cirque Equinox and Sea Lion Splash Spectacular. In 2014, a Frisbee Dog Show was added to the list of 10 productions.

Known to attract celebrities like NBA basketball player Dwyane Wade and actress Gabrielle Union, Santa’s Enchanted Forest offers single-day and express passes. Those looking to visit the park numerous times throughout the season may benefit from regular season passes, which start at $41.12 as of 2014. Children two and under may enjoy the holiday theme park for free.

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