Enjoy the sights and sounds of the holidays with family
Take part in the most
unique annual holiday celebration in the Northwest,
offering excitement and fun
We are Santa’s chosen reindeer to pull his Grand Traveling Sleigh which travels
around the world. During the Aurora
Borealis (Northern Lights) we sprout hairy wings which are so small
and flap them like hummingbird wings.
We take practice flights around Santa’s Reindeer Farm late at night to build
up their strength. We
live for thousands of years. Rudolph
is currently 1500 years old while the rest of the team members are around 2000 years
Airfield and Reindeer Farm
See Santa’s permanent house away from the North Pole.
Santa and Mrs. Claus live upstairs.
Santa has his wonderful, magical workshop downstairs open only for Elves. The Reindeer live in the Reindeer Rooms
located downstairs on either side of the workshop.
Santa’s Reindeer Farm is the largest reindeer farm located in any zoo in
the country. The Airfield is in Front
of Santa’s House. The flickering Lights
are Landing Approach Lights for the Reindeer and required by the FAA.
Our names are Miksa (pronounced Meek-sha), Keira and Tika.
Santa raised us from little babies.
We run next to Santa’s Sleigh and keep the Reindeer and Santa company during
the long flight. We also help protect
Santa, the Reindeer and his precious cargo during the long flight.
Merlin and Nashi, Santa’s faithful resident Kittens for the past 17 years
have been recalled to the North Pole to oversee the Reindeer in training.
Santa’s Grand Traveling Sleigh
Santa has many sleighs but this is the one he uses for the longest flights
around the world. Please go ahead and
sit in it and take pictures if you wish.
Imagine you are soaring thousands of feet above us with Rudolf proudly leading the
Santa's South American
Santa changes his team when he reaches
the border. We are adapted to the warmer weather and
terrain in South America.
This allows Rudolph and the rest of the Northern Team to catch their breath
before their flight over Europe and Asia.
We do not fly with wings, but instead flap our wool to remain in the
Santa’s Special Listeners
We were chosen to be his Special Listeners because our ears are so big and they can pick up voices from all over the World.
We listen to the children tell Santa’s helpers their hearts’ desires and provide Santa with that very important information.
The official mail carriers for Santa, we have a built in pouch to keep everything warm and dry.
We are agile hoppers and make sure that every piece of Santa’s Mail is delivered
right on time.
We run ahead of Santa’s Sleigh to clear the path.
Santa chose us because we are excellent runners and we announce his arrival
with a big booming song.
After many years of searching the world for reliable Sentinels, Santa found us on
the island of Madagascar. We scan the
sky day and night and signal each time Santa’s team takes off and lands on the runway.
We fly ahead of Santa’s sleigh over Africa
to insure his safe passage. We are
honored to help Santa on this very important flight!
Santa chose us as his Candy Cane Makers because we come
in so many different colors and we can make different colored candy canes. We press out giant sheets of candy
and roll around to imprint our stripes.
Then we use our tails to spin the candy into festive candy shapes for everyone