Sweepstakes: Who’s your Season Pass Pal?

Thunderbird, Diving out of Immelmann

Congratulations to our winner: Chelsea D. from Indianapolis – and thanks to all who entered! —– Do you have a pal with whom you love to go on adventures? Maybe it’s a grandchild … Or a cousin … Or a fellow thrill seeker. We want to give you a chance to visit all season long –…

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Nice advice for ice

Driving advice for this wintery day: My take on driving on snow/icy roads is much similar to the antique cars at Holiday World..Stay n the tracks n keep the unclear n the middle — Courtney Persohn (@shortcourt_12) February 5, 2014 Drive carefully!

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Cameras on rides?

As you know if you read the signs in our park (or here on our website), we only allow cameras to be used on six of our rides: Holidog Express, Star Spangled Carousel, Doggone Trail, Gobbler Getaway, Prancer's Merry-Go-Round, and the Lewis & Clark Trail. These Vine videos are perfectly "legal" and quite cute: Here's…

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A glimpse into the future

I can’t help but wonder how many parents over the years have trembled in fear of the future while sitting in the backseat of one of our Lewis & Clark cars.

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Runaway car!

After working here a while, some rather surreal situations become almost commonplace. Hearing "Monster Mash" playing from little rocks on the ground on a sunny June day. Waving "hello" to a five-foot-tall, fluffy puppy dog, and half expecting him to answer. Parking a few spaces down from "S. Claus." And then there’s this: Not sure…

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Leftovers

It’s that time of year when leftovers aren’t a burden. They’re appreciated. Cherished, even. So I knew you wouldn’t mind a leftover story from this summer. It was when “Deal or No Deal” came back to town. More than a year ago, the GM over at Santa’s Lodge was chosen to be a contestant. Surprise!…

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Overheard in a queue

Let’s make one thing perfectly clear: I really don’t try to listen in to other people’s conversations. Especially when I’m at work, but not working. (You know what I mean!) Some things are just meant to be overheard.  Youngest son James and I were in line yesterday, waiting to take a spin in one of…

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