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Winfield Isle of Lights

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Third Sunday in November through December - Winfield Isle of Lights is almost a mile long drive-through holiday extravaganza! It features literally hundreds of thousands of bright, twinkling lights. Included are Toyland, Zooland, Reindeer Road, Candyland, and much more.

Admission to the park if free. However, your donation make this winter wonderland possible. Souvenirs of sweatshirts, T-shirts, and collector's ornaments are available.

We encourage bus tours; however, we appreciate prior notification. The entrance to Island Park is a quaint, stone bridge, and buses exceed the weight limit. We are happy to provide alternate transportation.

  • Find the biggest Jack-in-the-Box you have ever seen

  • Cruise past Candyland

  • Train

    Station

  • See the Christ Child

  • Salute from a Soldier

OPEN DAILY, 6:00 to 10:00 p.m.

Winfield Isle of Lights

Address : Island Park. North Highway 77. Winfield KS
Phone : 620-221-2418   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Free

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