Ocean County Holiday Fun

Dated: 11/30/2015

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Looking for something fun to do with the family?  Head over to Argos Farm in Lacey.

1250 Lacey Rd., Forked River


family fun -- market -- garlands -- wreaths -- Christmas trees -- gift baskets -- and more!

November 27th - December 20th

Wed and Thurs - 1-6 pm

Friday - 1-7 pm

Sat. - 11 am - 7 pm

Sun 11 am - 4 pm

Visits from Mr. and Mrs. Claus

Sat- 12:30-2:30

Sun - 11:30-1:30

Cookie and Stocking Decorating

Wed. - Sun - 12-4 pm

$5 each cookie or stocking

Pony Rides

Sat. and Sun. - 12-3 pm

Weather Permitting

$5 per child - 55 lbs. and under

Horse Drawn Wagon Rides

Sat. and Sun. - 12-3 pm

Kids - $3 - ages 2-18

Adults - $4

Winter Fun Evenings

S'mores by the Fire Pits

Fri. and Sat. - 4 pm - closing

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