Irvine Park Railroad

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My family and I occasionally went to this park. It has so many activities to do there include ride a mini train ride. It was super fun especially during their own theme such as Halloween, Christmas, Easter, and many more. During the Christmas season, we rode a train ride to the "North Pole" where we would meet the Santa. Obviously, it was a super long line to get my kids on the Santa's laps. He saw my wife and I communicating with my kids by ASL and let all of us to be taken a picture by a professional photographer. After the picture taken, the Santa immediately signed to my kids, "What do you want for Christmas?" My wife and I were completely shocked and felt like he is a real Santa. It was a winter-ly awesome experience! For other themes, it has a food court where they sell hot dogs, nacho, etc. The staffs are friendly and have a paper and pen ready for us to take a food order. Love that place!

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