We attended the preview event and loved hearing the President of Six Flags praise his staff and then light the beautiful tree!
Wondering if the event is family friendly? YES! T is 5 and had a blast while our friends with tweens had an equally amazing time!
We rode the train to the North Pole and visited Santa! Needless to say, that was a big hit for us!
We also loved all of the holiday decor! The entire park was covered in lights and beautiful winter scenes. We squinted our eyes and loved every minute of it!We went ahead and wrote a letter to Santa, too. Coke is sponsoring a great little space for letter writing and even has the mailbox right inside!
Six Flags Holiday in the Park made me a little nervous. I'm a fan of cold weather, but mainly because I get to snuggle up! They knew people like me were coming though! They had warming stations all over the park and fire pits, too!
While not all rides are open (see list HERE) the ones we wanted to ride were wide open and many were even decorated for the big event!Check out Holiday in the Park, especially the annual pass deal! If you purchase an annual pass for 2015, you can visit Holiday in the Park for free! Woo hoo! Sounds like an amazing gift too!