Irvine Park Railroad Christmas Train 2012

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One of my favorite things about being a mom is sharing with my children the things that are nearest and dearest to my heart. I love watching the joy on their faces that I feel in my heart. I absolutely, hands down love Christmas and the merriment of the season. One of my favorite Christmas time activities is visiting Santa Clause at the “North Pole” at the Irvine Park Railroad with my children. Although this wasn’t around when I was a kid, I totally wish it would have been. I would have loved to experience the magic of riding the Christmas train to the North Pole to see the big guy.

This year was the most special yet, because my oldest was really into making a list for Santa and telling him what he wanted. I could see the enchantment in his face as he spoke to Santa all by himself. I can’t even describe to you how amazing it was to me. He was so innocent and cute too, he asked for a soccer ball.

The Irvine Park Railroad is a wholesome, family fun filled experience that cannot be missed. There are Christmas activities such as carnival games, bounce house, picture stands, cookie decorating and even Mrs. Claus joins the merriment to read stories.  Train tickets are sold in time slots.
You can check out Irvine Park Railroad Christmas Train Tickets to buy them online.




We enjoyed the Christmas Train and Christmas activities as guests on behalf of the Irvine Park Railroad. All opinions are my own (obviously). 


  1. Nancy says

    It IS the place to go to see Santa ! Going thru the light-filled forest on the train to the North Pole is nothing less than magical for the little ones !

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