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Santa’s Enchanted Forest

The annual Miami tradition that is Santa’s Enchanted Forest has another new location for 2022. It is moving to 7500 NW 87 Ave., on the border of Medley and Doral.

The popular holiday theme park is known for its carnival rides, shows, games and towering trees laden with twinkling lights. Dubbed the “World’s Largest Holiday Theme Park,” Santa’s Enchanted Forest has been around for more than 38 years. It  is scheduled for Nov. 9, 2022-Jan. 8, 2023.


Thanksgiving 5 p.m. – 12 a.m.

Christmas Eve 5 p.m. – 12 a.m.
Christmas Day 5 p.m. – 1 a.m.

New Year’s Eve: 5 p.m. – 11 p.m.
New Year’s Day: 5 p.m. – 1 a.m. 

So, what’s the cost? 

  • Single-day admission: $42.99 for general admission; $34.58 for children and seniors
  • Season pass (unlimited visits through Jan. 8, 2023, without blackout dates): $52.49 for general admission; $ for children $43.45 and $40.56 for seniors

Keep in mind: These prices DON’T include tax. To make your purchase, click here. For more information, click here

Santa’s Enchanted Forest discounts & offers 

*Tax not included.

$28.04 — only valid on select peak nights and weekends, for age 3 and older


$5 off a Single Day Admission ticket or Season Pass for up to four people with a current and valid Military ID. (**You must fill out a request form for this discount, as these are NOT given on-site unless you have a written response.)

Available for groups of 40 or more, including corporate, school, Scout and church groups. These passes only apply for Mondays through Thursdays. (**You must fill out a request form for this discount.)


According to the website, you can sign up to get notified of “Santa’s Special Offers,” including giveaways, ticket discounts, vendor coupons, park perks and more.

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Melina I. De Rose is a veteran editor and communications specialist with a special love for all things Miami. The longtime resident spent 22 years at the South Florida Sun Sentinel in roles such as section editor, department head, social media specialist and web producer. Melina has much experience in the freebies-and-bargains arena, having edited the popular Sun Sentinel feature, “Doreen’s Deals,” for many years. She also is editor of, a media hub for local music, theater, dance, visual arts and independent arts coverage. Contact her at

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