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Santa Claus Things to Do

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    by miner Written Feb 25, 2003

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    There five live shows at the park.We never miss the musical shows.There is a country,gospel,and the other show changes themes every couple of years.
    There is usually some amazing talent diplayed here.If you like music you won't want to miss seeing one of these performances.

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    by miner Written Oct 4, 2002

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    atmosphere!! surounded by beautiful flowers and near the Country Music Theater so at the right time you can hear the show as you eat.

    Favorite Dish: TACO SALAD AND NACHOS

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Santa Claus Transportation

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    by miner Written Oct 4, 2002

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    Interstate 64 at exit 57 or 63.Go south 7 miles.
    car to the park and there is a tram that will take you to the entrance.

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Santa Claus Warnings and Dangers

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    by miner Written Oct 4, 2002

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    Not really a warning,but there are height restrictions on some of the rides.There are rides that I would not eat a hardy meal and then ride.
    If you ride the Raging Rapids expect to get soaked!!

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Santa Claus What to Pack

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    by Mindy_J Written Jun 18, 2013

    Luggage and bags: backpack that will fit in small locker at the water park. Don't bring a purse in.

    Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Skeletoes are the best shoes for the water park or any other aquasocks. The ground becomes very hot.
    Bring a quick cover up so you can go between the parks quickly ( you must have a shirt/shorts or sundress coverup to leave the water park.
    Kids under five really need a stroller, the hills are just too much.

    Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Bring your shampoo/conditioner to quickly refresh after the waterpark in your suit. They have outside showers to clean the chlorine off but many of us just wash our hair too.

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    by miner Updated Oct 4, 2002

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    Luggage and bags: Beach bag ,roll bag any thing you can cram a bunch of stuff in and carry through a crowd.If you are going to the water park,and everyone does,you will need to change from swimwear to casual to return to the other areas of the park.

    Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Dress for the season.It is really hot and humid here in the summer and early fall,but it can get pretty chilly inearly spring and late fall.If you go to the water park,remember this is a family park and wear appropriate swimwear.when reentering the park you will need to dress into your regular clothes or cover your swimsuits with pullovers,etc.Shoes are required in the park outside of the water park.

    Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Sunblock

    Photo Equipment: Several photo oportunities here.Bring lots of film.It is sold here but I think you will find it cheaper at other stores.

    Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: Anything you would take to the beach if you are going to the Splasin' Safari

    Miscellaneous: Plastic ziplock bags to keep wallets and paper items in for the water rides.On most warter rides you are going to get wet.

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Santa Claus Off The Beaten Path

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    by Phlebas2 Written Jun 26, 2005

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    Yes theres lot$$$ to see and spend in Santa Claus.. If you get a chance though take a detour and drive over to Gentryville, IN
    Not only will you find an amusing little "town" with some intersint antiques stores and reasonable food and snack pricesyou will also have the excuse to do a little "Lincolning" at The very nice "Lincoln State Park" as well as Lincoln's Boyhood Home... its on "old Highway 231" so hurry pretty soon if yo're going to Santa Clause, 231 will bypass this interesting little town...

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    RAGING RAPIDS

    by miner Updated Aug 27, 2004

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    Favorite thing: HOLIDAY WORLD and SPLASHIN' SAFARI

    Fondest memory: I can recall going to Santa Clause Land when I was a boy (when dinosaurs roamed the earth) ,and then we took our kids almost weekly ,and now we have taken our granddaughter to this park.I can remember holding them on the carrousel as toddlers to riding the 'Raging Rapids'with them to watching them ride on rides that I wouldn't consider getting on (i.e. the spin and barf).
    In 1998 my daughter worked there as an entertainer.It was fun to watch her perform on stage after all the years of her watching the shows as a little girl. She appreciated how much hard work went into putting on these shows.

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