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.

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

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

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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.