Gardner Village Blog The Elves Have Upped Their Game
Wednesday Dec 6 2017

The moment of truth has arrived. Does your name fall on the Naughty list or did you make Nice

 santas naughty or nice list

Now’s your chance to put in a good word with the big man up north. The elves have set up camp for another year at Gardner Village.

 elf camping

Think you’re an elf-spotting pro? Download a free scavenger hunt form and test your skills. If you find them all, you'll be rewarded with a delicious piece of salt water taffy from the Chocolate Covered Wagon. Yum! 

christmas shopping and entertainment 

The Gardner Village elf displays have quickly become a favorite tradition for Utah families.

salt lake area shopping

But even if you get your search on every year, you shouldn’t come expecting an easy win. You see, the elves have upped their game. 

winter activities 

You’ll find some of your favorite displays in fresh locations throughout The Village, as well as brand new scenes to adore. 

free family fun 

gardner village elves 

Santa’s reindeer aren’t the only ones who enjoy a good game. The elves are always up to something fun! This is your chance to be a part of their magical world. 

utah tradition 

salt lake area christmas fun

elf scavenger hunt

elf displays

Gardner Village is gorgeous this time of year. From elf enchantment to twinkling lights, the halls are fully decked.

covered bridge in utah 

Christmas decorations west jordan

Come during the day or see The Village after dark and experience the lights.

Gardner Village water tower

Day or night, you'll find photo ops around every turn, just right for an #elfieselfie! 

holiday photo spot

Don't doddle. The elves are needed up north soon.

Down to Earth

You have until December 24th to experience the elves' shenanigans before they roll out for another year.

 free family holiday fun

Have fun!
Megan Hoeppner

 




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