MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Halloween just arrived, but Santa’s elves have been furiously making last-minute preparations at Santa’s Enchanted forest ahead of the park’s grand opening Thursday night.

The park will combine trick-or-treating, since Thursday is Halloween, and the more traditional Christmas activities at the park for attendees.

Santa’s Enchanted Forest will grant free admission on opening night to any kids who come to the park in costume.

The park has been under construction along the Palmetto Expressway for more than a week and will stay in operation through January 5th.

Park admission this year is $28.97 for people 10 and up, while children nine and under and seniors 65 and older will pay $19.63. Kids two and younger will get in free.