Santa’s Village in New Hampshire: What to Do This Summer

At Santa’s Village in New Hampshire, the hustle and bustle of Christmas is alive and the energy is infectious all year round. You’ll get wrapped up in mistletoe and magic as you enter the gates and instantly become a part of their fun and festive holiday preparations.

Here are just a few of the activities you can enjoy at Santa’s Village in New Hampshire this summer!

Ho Ho H20: A stop at the water park is a great way to cool off on a hot day. Splashes, slides, climbs and interactive fun will keep children of all ages entertained for hours. Every few minutes a giant bucket with gallons of water drenches waiting for guests. It’s open in Santa’s Village in New Hampshire from late May into early October, provided air temperatures reach at least 65 degrees.

JOY-Ride Slides: Right next door are three unique water slides towering three stories high and speeding through twists and turns, delivering riders to a gentle run-out. Again, it’s open in Santa’s Village in New Hampshire daily from late May into early October, provided air temperatures reach at least 65 degrees.

Polar Paradise – New in 2019: This interactive water play area for children and families to enjoy together will include spray zones and multiple small slides that will drop into a two-feet-deep pool. It’s located across from Ho Ho H2o and next to the Elk’s Lodge.

Red Hot Racers: Children love to compete against each other on this small raft ride. Ready, set, go…let’s see who wins at the end of the slide. You will get wet on this ride, making it great on those hot days!

Bumper Cars: It’s Christmastime in the city and this is a guest favorite! Cars are allowed to go anywhere on this one-way oval. A classic ride of fun and bumps – be prepared for bumps from all sides!

The Chimney Drop: Be prepared to find out how Santa feels when he drops down the chimney on this short, bouncy ride.

The Little Drummer Boy: On this circular ride you can turn the wheel yourself to make the “drums” go around. (Similar to a “Tea Cup” ride.)

Christmas Ferris Wheel: This wheel goes very high. On top is a vista of Mount Washington and the Presidential Range as well as Santa’s Village.

Little Elf Flying School: Loopin’ Louie will teach all who visit to learn to fly a sleigh. You’ll be taking off and landing as often as you like. This ride goes up and down and around in a circle.

So be sure to visit Santa’s Village in New Hampshire- you won’t be disappointed! And while you’re here, be sure to book a room at the Royalty Inn in Gorham NH. All rooms have a refrigerator, microwave, free Wi-Fi, restaurant, indoor/outdoor pools, Jacuzzi, sauna, health club, game room, and guest laundry. It’s New Hampshire’s best vacation home away from home!