Find Out If You’re on the Naughty or Nice List During Lake Geneva’s Santa Cruise

It’s the most magical time of the year, and in Lake Geneva, you can have the most magical experience by visiting the king of Christmas himself aboard the Santa Cruise. Children and adults alike will enjoy this festive float along the lake to get a glimpse of Old St. Nick in his arctic hideaway – the North Pole!

A Voyage Into the North Pole

Beginning the day after Thanksgiving and running until December 31st, you’ll have the opportunity to see Lake Geneva decked out in all its Christmas glory, with impressive light displays, decorated trees, and cameos by your favorite holiday characters.  The cruise will offer a cash bar with alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages to keep you warm, and on Fridays and Saturdays, there is a special Adults Only cruise.

Get On the Nice List

Not only will you get to see Santa during the cruise, but he’ll also be announcing which kids on board were put on his “nice list” this year. With 12 local charities that benefit from the cruise, you’ll also be contributing in spreading the Christmas cheer. These charities include:

  • Holiday Home Camp,
  • Open Arms Free Clinic/Dan Green Touch a Life Heal a Heart
  • Inspiration Ministries
  • Boys and Girls Club of Walworth County
  • Agape House
  • Conference Point/Lake Geneva Youth Camp
  • Norman Barr
  • Tree House
  • Geneva National Foundation for Special Needs
  • Water Safety Patrol
  • WC Resource Center & Food Pantry
  • Otis Green Foundation

A Christmas Special

To get the most out of this holiday delight, we suggest you book a combination package with The Abbey Resort, which includes a ticket to the Santa Cruise and a $50 dining credit towards a restaurant of your choosing on the property. At 240° West you’ll get a beautiful lakefront view and dine on entrees like cedar planked sea bass and filet mignon, or you can head to the Waterfront for the best barbecue on the lake.

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