Crystal Springs plans Christmas activities


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HAMBURG — Special holiday events and activities at Crystal Springs Resort started in late November and continued throughout the holidays.

From Winter Light Walk to a Gingerbread Village and Breakfast with Santa, this December, Crystal Springs will create cherished memories for the entire family.

Every night until Jan. 8, the night sky comes alive during the Winter Light Walk as hundreds of thousands of lights shimmer outside the resort’s Grand Cascades Lodge. Complimentary hot chocolate will keep guests warm and toasty. Indoors, a candy land comes to life in the Gingerbread Village in the Crystal Springs Clubhouse.

Santa Claus will be stopping by Crystal Springs on Dec. 17, Breakfast with Santa will offer a fun morning of time with Santa and a kid-friendly breakfast buffet 9-10:30 a.m. (Adults $22.95, Children $14.95).

Also, every Friday–Sunday until Dec. 23, families can get in the true spirit of the season at the Holiday Tree Market where they can pick out the perfect tree or wreath from local farmers and enjoy fresh cider, hot chocolate and other seasonal treats. Santa Claus will drop by and guests can enjoy free activities such as marshmallow roasting and family photo backdrops for the perfect Christmas card.

Crystal Springs Resort is located at 1 Wild Turkey Way, Hamburg NJ; www.crystalgolfresort.com; @CrystalSpringsResort.



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