Walk the path to holiday fun at Woodland Lights - a half-mile wonderland of holiday lights, displays, and festivities!
Woodland Lights, the annual holiday light festival has been canceled as COVID-19 cases continue to rise. More information:
November 27 - December 13
December 18 - December 27:
Open 5:30-7:30pm or 8-10pm (tickets must be purchased in advance for a specific date and time.)
$7 | Free for Ages 2 & under
Woodland Lights is located at Countryside Park, next to the Washington Township Recreation Center, 895 Miamisburg-Centerville Rd.
Advanced reservations are required this year so be sure to get your tickets starting October 31st.
Woodland Lights offers a fantasy land of holiday lights and displays along a half-mile wooded path. The month-long festival has more lights, more vignettes, and the same winter whimsy that enchants thousands of visitors every year.
As always, Woodland Lights offers the beauty of lights sparkling along a half-mile wooded path and reflecting against a woodland pond, plus a view of whimsical characters preparing for the holidays. All of it takes place against a backdrop of holiday music. Every night until Christmas, kids can have a physically distanced visit with Santa Claus.
Bring your family's best friend with you to walk the path! Doggie waste bags are available at the gate and throughout the park. Dogs should be people-friendly and kept on a leash to assure a positive experience for all. Our friends from SICSA will be on site having fun and interacting with your pets. They will also be our featured partner for the night so you have the opportunity to add $1 to your ticket price at the gate and it goes straight to SICSA.
Every night Santa welcomes children to his sleigh nightly through December 23. Just walk down a sparkling path to the A-Frame that's decorated in lights and festooned with greenery. Everything about the log home is authentic -- from the large beams overhead to the old limestone fireplace. A fire burns each night in a large hearth near Santa's chair, greenery is draped across the mantle, and a holiday tree sits in the corner. The cabin offers an inviting, non-commercial alternative for visiting Santa. Visits with Santa will be a little different as year as physical distancing will be in place.
For a full schedule of nightly activities, visit our website!
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