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It looks like we won’t have a white Christmas this year in Boise, but head on over to the Twin Oaks Farms Winter Wonderland to enjoy the cold white stuff this holiday season!
The Twin Oaks Farms in Eagle is well known for its Tater Dash Mud Run and Halloween Land Corn Maze. The local business is becoming a Christmas destination thanks to Winter Wonderland! When the kids are demanding to go sledding, you no longer have to head up to Bogus Basin or McCall. Instead, drive down the street to the Twin Oaks Farms where there will always be snow.
All 180 acres of the farm are transformed into a child’s dream of what Christmas should be. Visitors can enjoy wildlife, bonfires, wagon rides, and holiday lights.
Get in the holiday spirit with a live manger scene! Your little ones will love petting the farm animals present, including bunnies.
If your kiddos want something a little more exciting, then head on over to the tubing hill. This hill has a little something extra. Rather than having to drag your tube to the top, a four-wheeler does the work for you. Now that’s what we call customer service.
The Twin Oaks Farms’ Winter Wonderland will be open daily from 12pm to 9pm. The Winter Wonderland is not currently open as the farm is frantically making snow for visitors to use. Call (208) 939-6373 or visit idahoswinterwonderland.com to learn more about this festive event.
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