An enchanting adventure awaits you and your family at Santa’s Wonderland between Navasota and College Station, and it will fill you with memories to last a lifetime!
So, bundle up and take the whole family* to one of the most magical places in Texas for a thrilling hayride through a fascinating extravaganza of beautiful lights, and much more … *yes, the whole family because from Monday through Thursday after Thanksgiving week, you can BUY 1 TICKET AND GET 1 FREE! Or, BUY 10 AND GET 10 MORE FREE!
Santa’s Wonderland Hayride Tours offer an irresistible Texas Christmas Experience! The views are absolutely spectacular with open visibility, festive holiday music, freshly bundled hay and raised seating for better views during your tour of millions of dazzling holiday lights.
Hayrides originate in Santa’s Town and tickets include both Santa’s Hayride and Santa’s Town Admission, as well as nightly entertainment, Christmas movies, train rides, toboggan chutes, and mechanical bull rides. NEW FOR 2018: Enjoy REAL Texas Snow with Frostbite’s Mountain Snowtubing and Snow Playground!
Caiden’s Hope Foundation has been authorized by Santa’s Wonderland to offer Buy One, Get One Free valid for any of the following dates:
Monday, Nov. 26, 2018
Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2018
Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018
Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018
PURCHASE TICKETS TODAY at CaidensHope.org
ABOUT CAIDEN’S HOPE FOUNDATION — When a newborn baby is being hospitalized in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, families should not have to worry about paying for travel, lodging and food expenses in order to be with their infant. Caiden’s Hope Foundation strives to help families with those expenses!
Caring for a child with a life-shortening or life-threatening condition can change every part of a family’s life. “Caiden’s Hope is here to take some of those stresses away and provide families with the best care possible, for however long they have together.”
Since its inception in June 2010, Caiden’s Hope has assisted more than 500 families in all 50 states as well as families from international origins whose premature infants had to be transferred to the United States for treatment. “We want babies in the NICU to grow big and strong, but they can do that only with their parents by their side as much as possible.”