Rounding out the last few months of the year has been a doozy.

First was all the drama surrounding if Halloween would be canceled or not. Then came the 2020 Presidential election and all the anxiety brought upon us by the tight race. And now, we're talking about what will happen when the holidays get here.

Thanksgiving has been given the Governor Cuomo look over and he's suggesting to NOT have a family gathering.

Moving from one holiday to the next. You've probably seen at least one or two light displays for Christmas get canceled.

One popular light display that is definitely coming back is A Frosty Fest in Ulster Park.

A Frosty Fest, which runs at the same location as The Headless Horseman Hayride and Haunted House, will go on as planned this year, however, there is a little bit of a change.

On Facebook, A Frosty Fest announced this week they will not be offering the hayride option this year to their drive-thru light display. In a statement they explained:

New for 2020, we are replacing our Hayride with a Drive-Thru Experience, in addition to our other attractions

In years past at A Frost Fest, you were able to choose the hayride option or the option of going in your own personal vehicle. This year because of Coronavirus concerns, taking a trip through Frosty's Enchanted Forest will be done in your own personal vehicle.

Thankfully A Frosty Fest is entirely outdoors so visiting other attractions like Glistening Gardens and Frosty's Adventure will run like normal with social distancing measures in place.

Tickets are available now for A Frosty Fest with opening day kicking off on November 27th, 20202 and running until December 27th, 2020. For ticket purchasing details visit

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