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The Holiday In The Park preview center at Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, Missouri

Why are there trees covered up with Christmas lights in September?

The Holiday In The Park preview center at Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, Missouri

It is because Six Flags St. Louis is preparing for the second big addition to the 2016 year: Holiday In The Park.  It is such a massive addition they even had this little preview center so we all could get ready to spend the holidays at Six Flags.

The Holiday In The Park preview center at Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, Missouri

For Holiday In The Park most of Six Flags St. Louis will be transformed into a winter wonderland full of lights.  There will be themed areas named "Winter Wonderland", "Tinsel Town", "North Pole", "Candy Cane Forest" and others.  What will be open is the part of Six Flags St. Louis that is inside of the train tracks so no Screaming Eagle for Christmas but we will have American Thunder, Batman, Mr. Freeze, Ninja and Pandemonium to ring in the holidays with.

The Holiday In The Park preview center at Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, Missouri

In the Holiday In The Park preview center they had it so anyone could write a litter to Santa stating how good they have been and what is the top thing they would like to find under a tree.

The Holiday In The Park preview center at Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, Missouri

Outside of the Holiday In The Park Preview center you can mail off your letter to Santa.  I have to be honest that I fired off a letter to the big ole jolly dude asking for a massive investment in Six Flags St. Louis with a hyper or giga coaster to tower over the park.  I've been really good so who knows maybe Santa will surprise me one of these years.
 


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