Get ready for Christmas 2023 with the live reindeer cam that is a free Santa video that gives you a sneak peek behind the scenes at the North Pole. Kids will get so excited with this live Santa Claus camera bringing Christmas closer!
Reindeer Cam Live
So, when I came across this really cool website that allows your kids to watch Santa and his reindeer, I knew I had to share it!
Related: Get a free call from Santa
What can you see on the live reindeer cam?
Watch Santa and Reindeer at the North Pole
Your kids can watch Santa with his reindeer live on camera from The North Pole.
Live Reindeer Cam At the North Pole Updates
You can watch Santa feed his reindeer, read Christmas stories and even just watch the reindeer play, sleep and enjoy their time leading up to Christmas.
Santa Reindeer Cam
The live camera feed is free but if you want to make a donation to Santa, you can pay as little as $5 and have unlimited access to all of Santa’s videos.
See Your Name on the Nice List on Santa Live Cam
You can also have your name put on the nice list and displayed during a live video for the world to see!
Where to Find the North Pole Live Reindeer Cam
You can watch the Live Reindeer Cam on Facebook or you can visit the Reindeer Cam website to make a donation and even watch all of Santa’s videos here.
Santa Reindeer Live Cam FAQ
Santa lives at the North Pole with Mrs. Claus in a house next to a toy factory filled with elves. Santa’s barn is full of reindeer that help him pull his sleigh each Christmas eve.
Santa’s reindeer are Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, Blitzen and Rudolph. By my count, Santa only has 9 reindeer which are harnessed in pairs with Rudolph leading the pack.
Did you know that the North Pole has not been assigned a time zone? At the North Pole all of the lines of longitude converge! Santa can use whatever time zone he desires. Some people use North Pole, AK as a benchmark for the time zone at the North Pole which is AKST – Alaska Standard Time 9 hours behind Coordinated Universal Time or UTC.
Reindeer are mostly vegetarians eating moss, tree leaves, fresh grass and fungi. If you want to leave something for Santa’s reindeer as a treat, an apple or carrot is a good choice. Read more about reindeer diet at A-Z Animals
More Santa and Reindeer Fun from Kids Activities Blog
- Make a toilet roll Santa craft or choose from a bunch of cute Santa crafts!
- Print our free Santa letter template for your kids
- Ooops, wonder who dropped Santas drivers license?
- Or why is there Santa buttons on the floor on Christmas morning?
- Just for fun let’s make popsicle stick ornaments for Christmas including Santa!
Do your kids love watching the reindeer cam?