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Kingfisher In Lights, Inc. would like to invite you to join us for a Christmas lights spectacular. Drive through the park or take a trip on our miniature train to see the over 70 displays and over 2 million lights! On weekends there are horse-drawn carriage rides too. View our exquisitely lit, 100 year old swinging bridge and many more beautifully designed displays. And as always . . . admission is FREE!

Opening Day is Saturday after Thanksgiving. Kingfisher in Lights operates through December 26th. Every night of the week is illuminated by the spirit of Christmas.

Kingfisher in Lights


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