If you are looking for a deal on where to see Christmas lights, check out this offer for discount tickets to Wild Waves Holiday Lights event!
Discount tickets are selling for $14.99 online at Wild Waves, so this is even a few dollars less then their lowest price.
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Review of our visit in past years:
Are you looking for somewhere fun to do some Christmas Light viewing? Wild Waves Holiday with Lights event is perfect for the whole family. There is something for everyone to do! You can find a full list of dates and times, as well as all the Wild Waves Holiday with Lights offers here.
There are lights throughout the park to look at. They start from the minute you walk in (your greeted by this giant lighted Santa, and then walk along a path lit with a Christmas lights display).
There were plenty of lights to look at throughout the park. One of my kids favorite decorations was the blow up Olaf!
Most of the rides are decorated, and you will even find fun displays like this Hawks Nation one!
There are also many different photo opps. There are various props throughout the park where you can peak your head through, and get some fun holiday pictures of your whole family. If you head up to where Lumber Jack Falls is, you will also find professional Santa Photos for very affordable rates!
Santa Photos cost between $6.99 – $14.99. You can find more information here
Picture Packages Are:
Package 1: One (1) 5×7 Photo – $6.99
Package 2: One (1) 5×7 Photo, Two (2) 3×5, Four (4) Wallets – $14.99
If you have younger kids you will want to be sure to hit Toyland! There is plenty to do with preschool and elementary age kids. This is my girls enjoying the snow fluttering in the snow tent!
My kids started by writing letters to Santa. If you leave your return address and mail it there, Santa will actually send your kids a reply letter! My girls were super excited to do this, and the elves came and helped them get going on their letters too. It was a highlight for us.
There are elves throughout the Toyland area to help your kids do the crafts, or take pictures with too! And there is a Winter Wonderland tent, where snow blows out on the kids and they can play with it.
The centerpiece of Toyland is the stage you see above, where they host sing alongs and Santa story times.
Another highlight for my girls was the Toyland Sing A Long. In addition to classic Christmas Carols, they sang *Let It Go* from Frozen, and we got a fun video of my kids performing for that song. They will love to look back on that one when they are older I am sure! There is also a story time with Santa each evening, and you could use that as a photo opp to get free santa photos too!
In addition to all the Holiday fun, you can enjoy the Amusement park rides that you come to Wild Waves to have fun on too. It is a nice value for your money, since its less then it cost to go to a movie and there is plenty to do!
Be sure to check out the Wild Waves events page for other happenings. You can get FREE pictures in the KISS 106.1 photo booth on the nights they are there too.
Note that this coming Saturday (Dec. 13th) you can get HALF off a General Admission Adult ticket with the donation of a NEW, unwrapped toy (great opportunity to give and save)!, for the Sleep Country Foster Kids Toy Drive.
- You can get discount tickets for online for $9.99, or at participating Safeway stores.
- Age 3 and under are free, groups of 15 + are $9.99 ea.
- Parking is an additional $5 for general parking, or $10 for VIP (this is per their website, I am not certain if they were charging during the holiday event or not – working to confirm that for you).
- The rides, crafts, shows and lights are included with the admission price.
- Dress warm, there are not too many indoor areas to go warm up if the kids get cold.
- Pay special attention to warm shoes and socks. The rides can get wet, and the ground was wet – and so feet got quickly cold.
- Be flexible, depending on the weather – rides may shut down at different times due to them being wet. If you go on a dry evening you will run into this less – but just be prepared to be flexible with your plans if its raining out.
- If you want to save money on food, either eat before you come or have a picnic packed in the car. Its open from 6pm to 10pm on the weekends, so they are not hard times to work around dinner schedules. Splurge on a hot drink if the kids get cold. You cannot bring your own food into the park, but you can leave it in your car and get a stamp to reenter if you go to eat out there.