Colorado December 14, 2020
Everyone Should Take This Spectacular Holiday Trail Of Lights In Colorado This Season
Whether you love the holiday season or dread it every year, there is something undeniably enchanting about beautiful Christmas lights and displays, of which the Centennial State has plenty. Do you wish to see as many lights and displays as possible? Then take our carefully curated holiday trail of lights that will lead you to some of the best Christmas displays around Colorado (link to the original, interactive map can be found
We’re aware that these uncertain times are limiting many aspects of life. While we continue to feature destinations that make our state wonderful, please take proper precautions or add them to your bucket list to see at a later date. If you know of a local business that could use some extra support during these times, please nominate them here:
1. Christmas Mountain U.S.A. (Salida)
Did you know that there is such a thing as a Christmas mountain and that it is hiding away right here in Colorado? For one of the most unique and innovative Christmas light displays, make a trip to Salida and Christmas Mountain U.S.A.: a 750-foot-tall tree that is comprised of thousands of bright LED lights.
To learn more about Christmas Mountain, check out
The Most Enchanting Christmastime Main Street In The Country Is Salida In Colorado
2. The Broadmoor (Colorado Springs)
Whether you stay in your car and drive by or get out and explore, you are guaranteed to love the Christmas festivities at The Broadmoor! Speaking of getting out and exploring, The Broadmoor is home to an annual gingerbread village that is completely hand-crafted and billed as being the largest gingerbread display in the region.
Want to know more about Christmastime at the Broadmoor? Check out
The Broadmoor In Colorado Gets All Decked Out For Christmas Each Year
3. Christmas in Color (Federal Heights)
Arguably the best drive-thru light display in the Centennial State is the unbeatable Christmas in Color, which is located at both Water World and Bandimere Speedway, and features a whopping 1 million lights that are synced to various displays and music. Seriously: Neither Scrooge nor the Grinch could resist this festive event!
For more information on Christmas in Color, please read
Colorado’s Enchanting 1 Million Light Christmas in Color Holiday Drive-Thru Is Sure To Delight
4. Loveland’s Winter Wonderlights (Loveland)
What is better than a magical Christmas light display? A magical Christmas light display that is FREE! Located in - you guessed it! - Loveland, Loveland’s Winter Wonderlights boasts some 80,000+ lights, displays, and illuminated sculptures and spans 26 acres of the Chapungu Sculpture Park.
Are you ready to go? Then you will want to click on
The Chapungu Sculpture Park In Colorado Is A Free Event With 80,000 Christmas Lights
5. Garden of Lights (Fort Collins)
Open December 4th through the 30th, the Garden of Lights is a beloved Northern Colorado tradition that is billed as being a "whimsical, twinkling winter wonderland illuminated by hundreds of thousands of LED lights at the Gardens on Spring Creek." (Trust us: If you think this picture is stunning, you will want to see the Garden of Lights in person!)
Before you head to the Garden of Lights, check out
The Garden Christmas Light Displays At The Gardens On Spring Creek In Colorado Is Pure Holiday Magic
Who will you bring with you on the trail of lights? Tag them in the comments! For even more Christmastime fun around the Centennial State, click on
These 7 Small Towns In Colorado Honor Christmas In The Most Magical Way. Address: Salida, CO 81201, USA Address: 8801 N Pecos St, Federal Heights, CO 80260, USA Address: Sky Pond Dr, Loveland, CO 80538, USA Address: 2145 Centre Ave, Fort Collins, CO 80526, USA Address: 15 Lake Cir, Colorado Springs, CO 80906, USA