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Santa City is an annual event involving putting up Christmas decorations in Fike Park and turning the Scout Hut into a winter wonderland where Santa can be found.

Santa City is open weekends for both children and the "young at heart" starting the day after Thanksgiving on weekends, and then in the evenings the last 2 weeks before Christmas until Dec 24th.

It is a holiday wonderland with charming scenes of woodland characters, and of course Santa and Mrs. Santa. No admission charged, but donations are accepted. Santa City is funded entirely through donations.

Santa City

Address : Fike Park Colby KS
Phone : 800-611-8835   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : cvb@thomascounty.com

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Admission Fee : Donation only

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