You may have to adjust your landmark this year when visiting The Lights of Christmas—the iconic pond area in front of Cedar Lodge is taking on a whole new look. Tree Island will now dominate the pond with four 20-foot Christmas trees, along with smaller trees, reflecting brilliantly over the water. As you round the pond and pass the Wishing Well heading out toward The Polar Express, be alert for the jumping whale. Like the excitement of a real whale sighting, now you’ll be able to see a whale jump over you in a thrilling sequenced lights display.
As you stroll through and enjoy the displays and activities in the Tinhorn Town area, make sure to go beyond the Natural Wonders display to the new light maze. You’ll be able to enter and wind your way through the maze with thousands of lights dazzling as you go.
This year, The Lights of Christmas is sure to be full of more amazing fun than ever! For nineteen nights in December, more than one million Christmas lights will be displayed, spread over 15 acres at Warm Beach Camp in Stanwood, WA. The general festival also features live entertainment, children’s activities, food, and more. In addition, The Lights of Christmas offers overnight options, Dinner Theatre, and Sunday Dessert Matinee. Keep up with the fun plans, postings and constests on our Facebook page Facebook.com/WarmBeachLights.