Though this was the most expensive place we visited, the area is enormous and there was a lot to see. There was also additional entertainment, like shows, camel rides, train rides, and visiting Santa, but Ty was a bit too young to get much out of anything but the petting zoo. He also thoroughly enjoyed seeing the lights and kept trying to touch them. He even managed to pull off the bulbs of a few of the larger ones along the walkway, which fortunately were easily reattached. There was only one point where he got super restless, but a mini candy cane left over from Everett Fir Grove kept him happy.
They had some moving lights like I'd seen at the zoo, but they moved a lot slower. I wondered if it was intentionally timed that way or if it just slows down naturally over time.
And these trees and canoes looked really cool reflected off the water.
We all need some frolicking gingerbread men and an enormous blue light tree!
The candy cane trees and tunnel really jumped out at me, and the Santa with his reindeer on the rooftop is very well done.
During the summer this place is a large Bible camp, so of course there was a gorgeous nativity scene. The row of angels was nice too. I liked how some are flying a few feet off the ground.
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