We’re Giving Away Tickets To The Christmas Train to The North Pole at Irvine Park Railroad | @IrvineParkRR

Santa’s arrived!  Every year we make it a point to take a ride on The Christmas Train at Irvine Park Railroad.  

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This year we were delighted to discover that Santa and his elves have been busy “decorating” at the North Pole. Santa has a beautiful new display that is just exceptional for family photos!  

Family Photo Irvine Park Railroad Christmas Train

You’re not going to want to miss an opportunity to have your little ones visit with Santa, while capturing the magic of the season.

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 While you are waiting for your special time with Santa, his helpers are ready and waiting with coffee, hot chocolate, cookies and popcorn are available for purchase.

This year The Christmas Train tickets may be purchased to ride the train at a specific date and time  and are available ONLINE ONLY via this website: www.IrvineParkRailroad.com

Christmas Train with Mrs Claus

While waiting to board the train, there are many activities for children to enjoy in Santa’s Village located next to the train station. Activities will open one hour prior to when the Christmas Train runs and include:

  • Story Time with Mrs. Claus
  • Christmas Cookie Decorating
  • Carnival Games
  • Santa Claus Moon Bounce
  • Christmas Coloring Corner
  • Picture Stands
  • Prices for activities vary; for additional information and costs

Christmas Train at Irvine Park Railroad


Take your own pictures with Santa or purchase a picture taken by Irvine Park Railroad ($10). Each 5” x 7” photo will be presented with an Irvine Park Railroad border and available for pickup shortly after being taken.

Christmas Train in the Tunnel of Lights

After visiting with Santa, hop back aboard the train and enjoy the colorful Christmas lights and decorations, as well as the magical “Tunnel of Lights”, on the ride back to the station.

When visiting the Christmas Train, remember to dress warmly, bring a camera and arrive early to avoid crowds.



One lucky Toddler Trails Family will win a Holiday Family Pack of 4 tickets to the Christmas Train and 6 activity tickets at Irvine Park Railroad

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Giveaway ends December 11, 2013 at 11:59 PM EST. Open to US Residents 18 and older only.  Prizes cannot be shipped to PO Boxes.  Winner will be selected at random and be notified by email. Winners have 48 hours to respond before a new winner is selected. Not liable for unclaimed prizes or fulfillment. Blog has represented each sponsor with the expectation they will fulfill their prize and in a timely manner. No purchase necessary to enter or win; however you must enter for a chance to win. Purchase does not increase chance of winning. Chances of winning depend on number of entries. My opinions are my own and were not influenced by any form of compensation.  Facebook, Twitter or any other social media platform are in no way associated with this giveaway.  By providing your information in this form, you are providing your information to this blog.  I do not share or sell information and will use any information only for the purpose of contacting the winner. Winners can only win once per month. Fellow Bloggers are not eligible to win. Not liable for unclaimed prizes or fulfillment.

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21 thoughts on “We’re Giving Away Tickets To The Christmas Train to The North Pole at Irvine Park Railroad | @IrvineParkRR”

  1. We love decorating our Christmas tree while listening to Christmas music. Thanks for the giveaway, Jennifer! Merry Christmas!

  2. Our family absolutely loves to go look at Christmas lights together. We make an evening of it by packing treats, grabbing dinner & then hot cocoa after, and heading out to stroll our favorite spots. We look forwr to it every year :))

  3. My favorite holiday tradition is going on the Christmas train to see Santa with all the cousins and then going out to dinner. It’s so much fun!

  4. What a great giveaway! We’ve been making it a tradition to view Christmas lights/decorations in a neighborhood that goes all out.

  5. We really haven’t established a tradition just yet but I think it will be baking! So far we’ve made a ton of break, crackers and cookies and its not Christmas yet!

  6. We visit different neighborhoods to look at the beautiful Christmas lights displays. We also buy a new ornament per kid each year that they get to pick out 😉

  7. My favorite tradition is Santa!! Taking my kids to see him every year just warms my heart!! My daughter (10 yrs old) still whole heartedly believes!! I would love for both kids (son 22 months)believe for as long as possible!!


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