Six Flags Great Adventure's Fright Fest has come and gone, and now it's time for the park to turn into a winter wonderland!

Get the details for 2016's Holiday in the Park!

Starting Saturday, November 19th and running mostly on weekends through Monday, January 2nd, 2017, it's an incredible combination of holiday lights and entertainment, plus a lot of your favorite rides and coasters!

Every half hour you can see a light show on a 52-foot tall tree in the center of the park complete with falling snow!

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Visit Santa's village at the "North Pole" for a meet and greet and photo with the Big Guy. You can even write Santa letters, and meet a talking reindeer.

Throughout the park you'll find lit trees and decorations and lots of places to take Instagram-worthy pictures.

Even some of the rides will be transformed, with Skull Mountain becoming Pointsettia Peak, totally decked out in red lights.

There's even a Trouble in Toyland show at the Showcase Theater.

Peppermint Path in Gingerbread Junction (Six Flags)

The rides will be open, weather permitting, but keep in mind some sections of the park will not be open during this event, including Frontier Adventures. (This includes the Safari Off-Road Adventure, and the Bugs Bunny kids area.)

There will also be lots of holiday-themed eats available, like egg nog, peppermint mocha coffees and hot chocolates, holiday beers, festive funnel cakes, chili bowls, and even holiday-themed meals like smoked turkey legs with cranberry sauce.

It's a fun way to get in some extra time at the park, and it could even become a new tradition with your family!

Park hours will vary, and you can get the full schedule HERE.

For all of the details on 2016's Holiday in the Park at Six Flags Great Adventure, head to sixflags.com!

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