Hamilton’s “Winter Wonderland” Replaced by “Holidays in the Park” Due to Pandemic

December 5, 2020

Story by: Tyler Eckel

HAMILTON TOWNSHIP (MERCER): Traditionally named Winter Wonderland, Hamilton’s annual holiday attraction held at Kuser Park is being called Holidays in the Park, following the COVID-19 pandemic.

For the 2020 holiday season, the community event has slightly changed. Holidays in the Park only gives visitors the chance to take in the decorations, lights, and festive music throughout the park.

Previously, Winter Wonderland included a number of exciting activities for children, such as visiting Santa’s Village, visit Santa’s Secret Workshop, rides on the “Holiday Express Train,” a Petting Zoo, a tour of the Kuser Mansion, and more.

Holidays in the Park allowed visitors to walk through the park on Friday and Saturday from 5pm to 9pm. However, to continue the holiday spirit, you can now drive through the park until January 1st, from 5pm to 9pm.

Hamilton Township plans to return with the Winter Wonderland program for the 2021 holiday season.