Santa Claus is coming to town!

The Christmas elves have been hard at work making all the toys for the boys and girls on the nice list this year! But one of Santa’s elves let it slip that Santa will be visiting the Stevens Point Area frequently this month for some hiking on the Green Circle Trail!

A few places you can catch Santa before he heads back to the North Pole are:

The Enchanted Forest: Take a walk through a beautifully lit Christmas forest inside a rustic red barn on the Rosholt fair grounds. The forest is open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from November 23rd until December 23rd from 5-8pm, and Santa is there every Saturday from 6-8pm!

Santa Paws Open House: Bring your fur babies to get their picture taken with Santa at the Humane Society of Portage County on December 1st from 11am-2pm! 

Pictures with Santa: If you reserved a spot, enjoy pictures with Santa, apple cider & cookies, DIY Holiday picture frames, and letters to Santa, all while capturing your family's precious moments with Splendid Photography by Serena on December 8th! This event is located on the first floor of the Central Wisconsin Children's Museum. 

Christmas at Scaffidi; On December 15th from noon-2pm, enjoy photos with Santa, cookies and hot cocoa, a petting farm, and much more at Scaffidi!

4th Annual: Afternoon with Santa: Bev's Floral & Gifts and the Stevens Point Area Convention and Visitors Bureau would like to invite you to join them for An Afternoon with Santa on December 15th from 1-4pm! Children can meet live reindeer, eat Christmas cookies, make Christmas cards and their very own Christmas gift, and meet Santa and Mrs. Claus!

Tomorrow River Lion and Lioness Children's Christmas Show: Join the Tomorrow River Lion and Lionesses at the Jensen Community Center on December 15th for music, fun, and Santa Claus!

Skate with Santa: Join the KB Willett Ice Arena on December 23rd from noon-1:50pm for skating with Santa! 

Need special accommodations?

If your child wants to visit and meet Santa but needs special accommodations, check out the Sensory-Friendly Santa Visit or 4th Annual Santa Visits Children with a Disability!