North Pole Adventure
Do not miss out on amazing Christmas fun when you visit the Ozarks. Head to the North Pole Adventure at the Shepherd of the Hills Homestead for holiday cheer and fun activities! You will be able to participate in a ton of fun events, including a tree maze, mini-golf, and more.
This winter wonderland is sure to impress all ages. There are so many activities to choose from including a petting zoo, crafts, and the 200-foot tall North Pole Tower. There are so many things to do and see, so bring the entire family along to this unforgettable holiday adventure!
Upon arrival, you will be greeted with the elaborately decorated Christmas Court is one of the crowning jewels of the North Pole Adventure celebration. This court is illuminated by thousands of beautiful Christmas lights that help to create a picturesque scene straight out of a Christmas movie. There are also stunning half-century-old trees decorated and storefront windows all decorated with the spirit of the season.
At the beginning of your journey through North Pole Adventure, you will also find Jingle Junction is home to all of the fun activities! Kiddos and kids at heart are sure to have a blast. Get in some friendly competition with mini-golf, conquer the barn maze, swing around the treetop village, visit the adorable animals at the petting zoo, participate in fun Christmas crafts, and more. The little ones can also take to the Little Elves Obstacle Course to burn off some energy!
Lite It Up Lantern World
Once you've had your fill of Christmas fun at Christmas Court and Jingle Junction, head to Old Matt's Cabin for a unique and memorable display. You will see an array of 100 Shepherd Hook Lanterns for a beautiful scene. You can also see the elves that run the area as you see the gorgeous, historic cabin aglow. Silent Night will serenade you during this visit.
Stardust Mill & Snowflake Hill
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow! At Stardust Mill & Snowflake Hill, which is the next stop during your visit, you will be transported to a white Christmas. See the elves going about their tasks and more than fifty life-size snowflakes and the 42-foot-long Merry Christmas sign. Your favorite classic Christmas songs will greet you.
Tree Top Lot & Candy Cane Lane
Then it's off to Tree Top Lot and Candy Cane Lane! This tree lot maze is sure to be a blast! You will be surrounded by the stunning decor, great music, and sparkling lights while they find their way through the trees. Watch the elves as they entertain with holiday cheer. Candy Cane Lane features life-size candy canes and falling snow and guides the way to the North Pole Tower.
The North Pole Tower
For even more adventure during your Christmas celebration, head to the North Pole Tower. Also known as Inspiration Tower, this 200-foot tower takes you up to see the decoration from an aerial view. You'll ride to the top on an elevator that grants astounding views of the area below, and you'll be able to visit Santa here.
Visit with Santa
The smell of warm cookies and the promise of Santa awaits you at the North Pole Tower, and you'll be able to visit with him and his elves! Join him at his towering display of lights and trees to tell him what you want for Christmas!
Light of the World Way & The Final Loop
After your visit with Santa and perhaps a zip line adventure or ropes course (offered Friday through Sunday), you will follow a lantern-lit path to the White Sided Church in the Woods. It is decorated beautifully and you can listen to Christmas music while seeing the Holy Family Statues and the altar. On the Final Loop, you will follow another path alit with glowing lights, Christmas trees, and fun decor for the finale of the night.
Do not miss out on all the fun to be had at the Shepherd of the Hills North Pole Adventure. You are sure to create new memories and Christmas traditions!
- What is included in the admission price for the North Pole Adventure?
The price includes access to all North Pole Adventure activities!
- Approximately how long could a customer plan to spend at North Pole Adventure ?
Most people spend about 4 hours at the attraction.
- Is North Pole Adventure handicap accessible?
- Is photography & video recording allowed?
Of course. Don't forget your cameras.
- For what ages is North Pole Adventure appropriate?
This is great for all ages.
- Is parking available at North Pole Adventure ? Is it free?
Yes, free parking is available at the location.