ULSTER COUNTY -- A Christmas Adventure comes to life from the creators of the "Headless Horsemen Hayride" in Ulster Park.
Eighteen days after the haunted hayride season finished, Frosty Fest officially underway. Complete with breathtaking light displays, holiday music, gift shops, food, and hot cocoa.
You can drive or take a hayride through Frosty's Enchanted Forest, visit Santa at the North Pole, walk through Frosty's 3-D adventure or watch the Jingle Jangle stage show.
Children can also visit with characters such as the gingerbread man, Rudolph, Mrs. Frosty, a snow bear, elves, and much more.
"They love it. They really enjoy it. The children that come that are very shy in the beginning are dancing with the characters and I had a family from Newburgh last night, they were the last people to leave. They were apologizing because the child wouldn't leave. He just kept running away and going to Frosty and Mrs. Frosty," said Michael Jubie, Owner of Frosty Fest and Headless Horseman Hayrides.
Frosty Fest will be open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays up until Christmas. Tickets are $10 dollars for adults and 8 dollars for children.