Recreation News

Posted on: November 13, 2017

Christmas Spectacular Event

Imagine driving up to a fully decorated Club House – think garland and wreaths, lights and a tree all on the beautiful front porch.

Guests will park in the lots and follow the candy-coated sidewalks around to the back of the building. From here guests will enter Circa 1873 banquet room where you can make any purchases for the evening. You will see a beautifully decorated room, a Christmas Story playing on the jumbo screens and Santa taking photos with the children. Out on the patio guests will enjoy roasting marshmallows and making s’mores at the Peppermint Forest Campground.

There will be 4 gas-powered, stone fire pits, haybale seating and Christmas Caroling with our acoustic musician. In the mulched bed, guests can explore the sugary sweet teepee and have their photo taken with our very own Christmas Gnome.

From here guests have two choices board the tractor drawn hay rides, venture down to our Ice Skating village or wander the luminary path to the dazzling light lawn. Choosing to board the tractor rides, guests will pass cheerful twinkling trees on their way to the Ice Skating Village. Festive music will greet guests as they arrive at the Ice Skating Village for Snow Cones, Cotton Candy and Hot Chocolate. Christmas Crafts and Ice Skating are some highlights of their adventure to the village.

From here guests can board the hayride back to explore the Light Lawn. Guests will walk from the Club House down the luminary path overlooking the Ice Skating Village and the Golf Pond. Several photo opportunities present themselves along the way. Become a gingerbread man, sit with a snowman or use the gorgeous pond fountain as a back drop for your holiday photos.

Following the path, guests will find their way to the Light Lawn. Here they will find a Christmas Tunnel full of lights and GIANT punny Christmas Cards decorated by their favorite businesses around town, you can vote for your favorite one to win! Every 45 minutes we will host a holiday laser light show on the jumbo screen (flanked by giant Christmas snowflakes). Guests can take a seat on a haybale or stand to view the 10-15-minute show. While here guests might experience roaming Victorian Carolers or other character appearances.

We will light the Christmas tree together at 6:30pm and those that have gathered will participate in a community singalong.

Small fees will be given at a later time for extras at the event.

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