Plan Ahead for Lake Rudolph Fun

Did you know that Lake Rudolph is taking reservations for all of 2016 … and have been since May of 2015? You know what they say …

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Santa Claus Christmas Store Stocking Stuffers

Are you a shopper who has already rushed home with your Christmas treasures? Or do you wait until the last minute to start looking for …

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Parading Through Town

Long before the Santa Claus Christmas Parade rolls into town, community members are busy designing floats, planning creative costumes, and putting their best holiday spirit …

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Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire

Every winter, Santa’s Candy Castle offers families the chance to experience the centuries-old tradition of roasting chestnuts on an open fire. “Chestnuts roasting on an …

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Das Nikolaus Fest

Now in its fourth year, the Das Nikolaus Fest continues to bring families together by sharing the spirit of Saint Nicholas. There’s so much to …

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Handmade Holidays

You’ll find the perfect handmade holiday gift for everyone on your list at the Santa Claus Arts & Crafts Show. Vendors from the local and …

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Santa’s Elves

“Here are letters from Santa and I need to do something about it.” – Pat Koch, speaking of her father Santa Jim Yellig. Their hearts …

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Rudolph’s Family Christmas Package

A guest post by Laura Barker, Guest Services Manager at Lake Rudolph Campground & RV Resort. So the Halloween pumpkins are put away. We’re talking …

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Christmas Lake Village Festival of Lights

You notice the bright lights, the fun displays, and the beautifully decorated homes as your tour the Christmas Lake Village Festival of Lights, but behind …

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Nightmare Before Christmas

Each year a slew of dedicated golfers participate in the not-so-typical “Nightmare Before Christmas” winter scramble at Christmas Lake Golf Course. Golf Pro Tom Nelson …

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Eat Dessert First

This post has been updated from “Eat Dessert First” published on October 14, 2014. Well, it’s one of my favorite days of the year. No, …

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Opportunity to Appreciate

A guest post by Communications Director Mary Jeanne Schumacher at Saint Meinrad Archabbey. Fall is such a sensory season. You can see the brilliant colors …

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