Come celebrate the holidays on the White Tail Trail in Perry!
Families are invited to enjoy a variety of free holiday themed activities that everyone can enjoy safely and independently on their own schedule!
Additionally, we will also be hosting pop-up vendors, fun contests, and giveaways throughout the weekend, so make plans to get into the holiday spirit with us!
Activity #1: Reindeer Roundup!
Help! Santa’s reindeer are playing hide and seek on the White Tail Trail! Help Santa round up his reindeer before it’s too late! Visit the White Tail Trail in Perry anytime from Friday, December 18th through Sunday, December 20th and search for all nine of the hidden reindeer!
Activity #2: Enjoy A Story Book Walk!
A Story Book Walk is a fun, educational activity that places the pages from a children’s story along a trail in a community. So take a walk along the White Tail Trail anytime from Friday, December 18th through Sunday, December 20th to enjoy fun, family-friendly holiday stories!
Activity #3: Participate In A Community-Wide Chalk Walk!
Artists of all ages and abilities are invited to select a space along at Rotary Park to chalk a holiday or winter themed design of their choice, then take a walk along the trail to see the designs that others have made!
Spaces are free, available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Complementary chalk will be made available along the trail, however artists are welcome to bring their own chalk.
This is a family event. Artwork containing profanity or any content deemed vulgar, derogatory, controversial or otherwise inappropriate by the City will be removed.
Activity #4: Santa’s Selfie Stations
Enjoy a number of fun holiday themed photo props – the perfect place to take that family holiday selfie! From the Grinch to a Griswald and so much more, there is sure to be something special that you will want to take your perfect snapshot with!
The White Tail Trail can be accessed at 104 MLK Jr. Drive, Perry, GA 31069.
Please practice social distancing by keeping space between yourself and other attendees while you visit the trail. Masks are encouraged and hand sanitizer stations will be available.