This Ontario Farm Is Transforming Into A Mini North Pole With Wagon Rides & Festive Treats

You'll get a freshly baked cookie from Mrs. Claus. ๐Ÿช

This Ontario Farm Is Transforming Into A Mini North Pole With Wagon Rides & Festive Treats

For a fun winter adventure, you can visit this Ontario farm that will have wagon rides over the snow and festive treats.

On Saturdays and Sundays from December 4 to 19, Campbell's Cross Farm will be offering their horse-drawn wagon experience that is sure to put you in the holiday spirit.

This Ontario Farm Is Transforming Into A Mini North Pole With Wagon Rides & Festive Treats Courtesy of Campbell's Cross Farms

While on-site, you'll get to go a wagon ride through their enchanting snow-covered forest.

Then you can warm up around a bonfire and listen to festive music while you drink hot chocolate and roast marshmallows, and Mrs. Claus will give you a freshly baked cookie to eat.

Plus, you'll be able to meet Santa, take a selfie next to the holiday backdrops, and on select weekends shop at the Christmas market.

Each visit will last roughly 1.5-hours, and tickets for non-private rides are $27 per person.

Horse Drawn Wagon Experience Atย Campbell's Cross Farm

Price: $27+ per person

When: Saturdays and Sundays from December 4 to 19

Address: 3634 King St., Caledon, ON

Why You Need To Go: You'll have a magical winter day fit for a Hallmark Christmas movie.


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