Apr 23

Santa’s Village & Sportsland


In 1955 a group of local citizens thought Santa would like to have a summer cottage of his own and so Santa’s Village had been created. Santa liked the idea that he got his elves to build not just a cottage, but a village for everyone to enjoy during the summer time in Muskoka. Being said Santa directed the little elves to put in an amphitheater, wild Christmas games, also some outrageous roller coaster rides and who could forget the delicious foods. Bracebridge’s most popular attraction being Santa’s Village opens from June 19th that carries on until Labour Day Weekend. You can be ages 2-92 and spend the whole day surfing the Muskoka River, riding Santa’s train or Rudolph’s roller coaster or simply stay and feed the animals all day.


At Sportsland their is fun for all the family that can include anything from putting your driving skills to the test and check out the Go-Kart Track. Why not check out the Mister Rudolph’s Birdies & Bogeys 18 hole mini putt that has difficult challenges from Muskoka’s rockwork. How could you forget the Babe Rudolph’s Batting Challenge slow speed soft ball or 110/km/h fast ball. Laser Tag is a blast for the whole family to join in; which is located in the arcade; where all your fun games are.

Eaglecrest Aerian Park

Literally right beside Santa’s Village, Sportsland; Eaglecrest Aerian Park is something the whole family cannot miss. You can travel up to three hours with the 10-50 feet in forest canopy and experience wobbly bridges, monkey lines, flippy bridges, balance beams and of course who could forget the ultimate Tarzan ropes. Are you into a real thrilling ride? Check out the 350 ft zipline that crosses through water or even try out your awesome skills with the stars at night.


Located right beside the Muskoka River with also packages with admission to Santa’s Village; Santa’s Whispering Pines Campground has the full Muskoka experience for all the family fun. Enjoy the usual camping needs; fishing, swimming, beach, horseshoe, sports equipment, fire pits and playground for kids.


June 12 Guide and Scout Day, June 13 Service Club Day, June 14 – 18 School and Daycare Week, June 19 Santa’s Village 2010 Season Opening Day, June 20 Fire Fighters Day, July 1 Captain Ricky’s Birthday, July 3 Teacher’s Day, July 10 Community Living Day, July 17 Soccer Day, July 24 Lacrosse Day, July 31 Hockey Day, August 14 Dance Day, August 21 Emergency Medical Services Day, August 28 Muskoka Camp Day, September 4 Human Resources Professionals Day, September 12 Grandparent’s Day, December 18 Santafest

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