42rd Year (30 years in Arizona)
                                                                           
Updated 11/26/2020  08:58 AM MST

Merry Christmas everyone.  Welcome to our website.

We hope all of you have stayed safe and healthy in this year to remember.  We have made a few changes to our display
to make sure all visitors remain safe.  

Due to COVID-19 we have made the following changes:  Until we can figure out a safe distribution system, we will not be giving out
candy canes this year.  If at all possible we ask that you remain in your vehicle while visiting.  You can activate the train by flashing your high
beams at the Santa sign.  You can also enjoy the mountain music show by tuning to FM 89.7.  If you must get out of your vehicle please maintain
safe distancing and wear your mask. You will note that all the interactive hand switches have been replaced by foot switches.  Please
refrain from touching the display.  

Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this pandemic.  We will continue to do our part in insuring a swift containment of this disruptive
epidemic. Please help us by adhereing to these simple guidelines.

Thanks to all for supporting the Miracle League of Arizona.  100% of the proceeds collected goes directly to them.  We
will continue our match up to $1000.

We were glad to be part of the HGTV network last year.  A special thanks to all that made their 'Outrageous Holiday Houses'
special a great success.

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year,

           Frank & Dianne
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2020 Display Hours: November 26, 2020 until January 1, 2021. Open nightly until 11:00PM
Snowmaking now every evening priodically every 10 to 20 minutes based on visitor volume

Sorry, due to the pandemic, we will not be giving away candy canes this year. Thanks for your understanding.

NEW THIS YEAR: More lights and modified Crashed sleigh Scene

DON'T FORGET TO TUNE TO 87.9 FM TO HEAR THE MOUNTAIN SHOW

Puzzles are still available for a $5 donation to PCH.  Please send us an E-mail. Or call (602)421-4671
                ---------SORRY WE ARE SOLD OUT ---------

                                                

Please continue your support so that all children are able to enjoy the holidays.  100% of the proceeds collected
are sent directly to these charities.  While we appreciate your candy cane donations we ask you to continue your
support all year by donating to these great organizations dedicated to helping children of all ages. Our family
matches donations up to $1000.

                                                                       

 Click here to check out our other Christmas display features   and how to build mountain snowflakes                                                                              

OPERATES NIGHTLY UNTIL 11:00 PM (weather permitting)



Interactive operation

The train will start if you flash your high beams at Santa.
If you want to park your car, you may press the red button step on the foot switch below the donation flyer box.
The train will make 1 revolution around the track and stop in the same place.  
Press the button or flash your high beams again for another revolution.
When the train stops, you are welcome to a candy cane from the candy cane car.
When sensors detect more candy canes are needed, the train will stop momentarily in front of the loader
      (unless the loader is empty).  A yellow light will flash during loading.  When finished, the train will proceed
      to its normal stopping point.
Visit the Dancing Santa sage and clap your hands to start Santa Singing and Dancing.
Push the buttons Step on the foot switches to start and stop the pop-up boxes.  While the Pop-ups are active, Dancing Santa will not operate
Tune to 87.9 FM on your vehicle's radio to hear the mountain show.


Candy Cane donations are always welcome.  All monetary donations are matched (up to $1000) and sent
to Miracle League of Arizona to benefit the children in our community.

                           Thanks for visiting and don't forget to e-mail us your comments.