Places to Stay, Attractions to See, Things to Do; Did we mention Places to Stay?

Inside Lake Rudolph Cabin

By now, you may already know what you’d like to see and do during your visit to Santa Claus, Indiana, but have you decided where you’ll stay during your visit?

We have lodging options to suit your needs, no matter what your style or even your group size.

Imagine a lobby adorned with hand-hewn timbers from an 1883 barn, accented by antique Christmas decor, including a charming Canadian horse-drawn sleigh! Decorated for Christmas 365 days a year, Santa’s Lodge also boasts indoor and outdoor pools, plus delicious meals at their very own St. Nick’s Restaurant.

Paddleboat ride, anyone?  Rent one (or a kayak or a rowboat!) at Lake Rudolph Campground & RV Resort and begin a family adventure that can also include fishing, miniature golf, a dip in the Blitzen Bay swimming pool, or a quick game of pinball in the game room. There are many reasons this park was voted one of the top ten favorite parks in North America. Come rent a cabin or an RV and find your reasons!

When you’re away from home, but want the comforts of home, you’ll enjoy the 40″ flat screen TV with satellite programming, and free Wi-Fi in one of the fully furnished 1,300-square-foot Silent Night Vacation & Golf Rentals. Unwind on the screened-in back porch, the charcoal grill-equipped patio, or in the condo’s game room.

Want to enjoy fishing right off your back patio or feed the fish with a complimentary bucket of fish food? Then check out Santa’s Lakeside Cottages, which surround scenic Lake Jolly. You’ll find life-size wood carvings of Santa and his Elves, a playground, sandbox, and hammocks, all within walking distance of your cottage, at Elf Park. We know you’ll appreciate their new pool and laundry facilities, too!

No matter where you choose to stay during your visit to Santa Claus, Indiana, we’ll help you feel right at home!

For more information on hotels and other accommodations, both in Santa Claus and the surrounding area, check out our lodging page or call the Spencer County Visitors Bureau at (888) 444-9252.

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