With its constant Christmastime feeling and a plethora of rides for all ages, Santa's Village is the quintessential family theme park. The park is expansive, but not too big-just the right size for families. Rides and other attractions pop up everywhere, each one a blast for its visitors. (Of course, some attractions come with size and health restrictions, and some are just rough anyway. Parents or older siblings should ride with the younger kids on rides like the bumper cars or Rudy's Rapid Transit.) A good way to keep the kids entertained between rides is the Elfabet game. Each child who wants to do this goes to the "University", where they receive a card bearing their name and the alphabet. Elves corresponding to each letter are stationed in different places throughout the park, each holding a hole puncher disguised as a present. When a child puts their card in and pulls the lever, the corresponding letter is punched out of the card, signifying that your child has found that elf. It's a great way to keep the little ones satisfied between attractions. And if one of your party should get hungry, you need not fear-food vendors are situated in every nook and cranny of the park. Overall, this park is definitely worth a visit if you and your family are in the White Mountains.
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