See Spectacular Christmas Lights From Above In Arkansas With This Helicopter Christmas Light Tour
We’ve explored many of Arkansas’ most magical Christmas towns to walk through, led you on nostalgic Christmas lights road trips, and even dazzled with our state’s biggest and brightest drive-thru light displays. But no other Christmas light tour can compare with FlyARH’s helicopter Christmas lights tours! These incredible flights offer a unique chance to see a rare Santa’s-eye view of Arkansas’ most festive sights and experience some of the best Christmas lights in Arkansas from a new perspective. This year, invest in a truly one-of-a-kind holiday experience and check out FlyARH’s sky-high helicopter light tours:
Arkansas’ Christmas Lights Helicopter Tour with FlyARH is an absolutely magical way to experience the joy and magic of the Christmas season! To learn more or book a tour, visit the FlyARH website.
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For more unique things to do during Christmas in Arkansas, check out this family-friendly Christmas train ride through the countryside.
Best Christmas Lights In Arkansas
Are there any Christmas tree farms in Arkansas?
Christmas Tree Lane in Ozark is a Christmas tree farm in the western area of the state. You can stay overnight in the charming rustic cabin while you’re there. Papa Santa’s Christmas Tree Farm is one of several in the middle part of Arkansas in Benton, and you’ll find Vandiver’s NewCastle Farms as one of just a couple in the eastern portion in Forrest City.
What was the biggest snowfall in Arkansas?
Arkansas has seen some bad winter storms, including the Great Blizzard of 1899, which was a notorious storm for the entire country, even, with record-breaking temperatures. It was so cold mini icebergs formed on the Mississippi River and some parts of it completely froze. But it was in 2011 when it snowed 1-2 feet of snow in the northwestern areas of the state, making it the largest snowfall in Arkansas history. Other parts of the state also got record-breaking amounts of snow. This amount of snow is atypical for winters in this state, which doesn’t normally get more than a few inches per year.
Where can I visit Santa in Arkansas?
Did you know that Santa has a North Pole satellite location in Arkansas? It’s found in Jonesboro and is a special place, created with the help of world-renowned animation artist, Lou Nasti. There’s a walk-thru display, a gift shop with a life-sized gingerbread house, an opportunity to visit with Santa and get a photo, and much more.
Another opportunity to visit Santa in Arkansas is while taking a ride on The Holiday Express. You’ll also enjoy hot chocolate and Christmas carols. It’s a fun experience for the whole family.