disclosure: #WinterfestOC this is a sponsored post with Giga Savvy.
Winter Fest is coming back to the OC Fairgrounds with more fun things to do this year. Lots of fun memories were made with the kids last year including winning the giant donut from the carnival games and big sis’ first time going ice tubing. It was a proud moment for us as we saw her become braver and actually enjoying something we’d think she’ll never do until she’s a little older. Check the 10 Fun Things we did at Winterfest last year and make sure to visit Winter Fest OC with your family this year and make it an annual holiday tradition.
FUN THINGS TO DO AT WINTERFEST OC 2016:
- Arcade Games
- Bounce Houses
- Train Exhibits
- Photos with Santa
- Craft Making in Santa’s Workshop
- Ceremony with Snowfall
- Outdoor Ice Skating *additional cost
- Largest Light Display in the OC
- Stroll Through the Celebration of Lights
- Nightly Christmas Tree Lighting
- Snow Play with Real Snow Blown in Daily
- World’s Largest Rocking Horse
- Unlimited Ice Tubing Down Snowflake Summit
- Little Elves Play Area (Ages 3 and Under)
- Cartoon Character Live Shows with Meet & Greets
- Santa Takes Flight
- Snowboard Simulator
- Santa’s Petting Zoo
- Mrs. Claus Reading
- Nightly Fireworks
- Candy Cane Carnival
WINTER FEST OC TICKETS:
Tickets to Winter Fest OC starts at $10. Children 2 and under are FREE. Check HERE for Winter Fest Ticket prices.
WINTER FEST OC PARKING:
Parking to Winter Fest OC is $8.
WINTER FEST CARNIVAL RIDES:
Each carnival ticket is $1. A pack of 16 tickets is $14 and a pack of 36 is $28. We sell all carnival tickets onsite. An unlimited ride wristband is available online for $20.
Dress appropriately for the weather. There will snow play days and you could get wet or damp. For other questions, check HERE.
OC Fair & Event Center, 88 Fair Dr., Costa Mesa, CA
|The kids fooling around under the giant ornament at Winter Fest last year.|
I’m very much excited to see the new things they’ve included to Winter Fest OC this year. From the Festival of Lights to Snow Play. And I’m sure the kids will want to see all the live mini shows. We are so looking forward to going and making it an annual holiday tradition besides putting up our Christmas Tree and decorating our Gingerbread House at home. The only dilemma is how to stop the kids from eating those candies from our gingerbread house, haha.