| Santa's Village
| Location Information
Santa's Village is a Christmas-themed amusement park in Springfield. Despite that, the park is open all year. Santa's Village boast real-life reindeer as its main attraction. It is closed on Christmas.
Santa's Village billboard
The Estonian Dwarf works as an elf at the park.
When Homer was afraid that Bart was losing his masculinity, he Barney and Moe brought Bart into Santa's Village as part of a hunting trip, as all of Springfield's wild deer were migrating for the season. When Bart refused to shoot the reindeer in the park and purposefully missed a shot of his rifle, the park's reindeers ended up attacking the group. They were saved when John scared the reindeer off with a Japanese toy robot Santa Claus, who according to John reminded the reindeer of their 'cruel master Santa'. 
After Homer quit working, his family forced him to a place where he could never bother his family again. Among Homer's feared places of being sent to include Santa's Village. 
On another occasion, when Homer had to film a porn film at his house in order to pay a debt to the Mafia, he sent the rest of his family to Santa's Village for the day. Due to it being August, the park was deserted with all the reindeer either comatose or dead, and the staff being completely neglectful of their jobs. Bart found the park's Santa Claus lounging out of his suit while reading Tom Clancy's Op Center, and was apparently not feeling jolly due to getting some "bad medical news". Later, the Simpsons also encountered a man in a badly worn Frosty the Snowman costume who lost his hat. After the Simpsons left the park early, Lisa told Marge she had a rash where the reindeer licked her.
According to Moe, there's a guy who turns the dead sleigh horses at the park into Jerky and sells them to bars.
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