With so many incredible light shows in Mississippi, it can be hard to pick which to visit. But one you definitely don’t want to pass up is Tylertown’s Christmas in the Park. With millions of lights stretched across 40 acres, it may be the largest drive-thru Christmas lights park in Mississippi. Grab the kids and gas up the car, because you’re not going to want to miss this spectacular holiday event this year. Take a look at this magical holiday lights display in Mississippi:

Remember, Christmas in the Park is held at Holmes Water Park. For more information on what may be the largest drive-thru light display in Mississippi, visit the Christmas in the Park Facebook page or the Walthall County website. You can also call (601) 876-2680.

So, ever been to this dazzling and whimsical Christmas lights park? Have another favorite holiday lights display in Mississippi? Tell us in the comments section.

Looking for another can’t-miss holiday event? Check out the world’s oldest singing Christmas Tree. It’s truly a unique Christmas tradition in Mississippi!

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Are there other holiday lights displays in Mississippi that are worth checking out?

When it comes to holiday lights displays, Mississippi pulls out all the stops. On top of Tylertown’s Christmas in the Park, Mississippians have multiple opportunities to see holiday light displays including the Gulfport Harbor Lights Winter Festival which features more than a million twinkling lights. Another delightful option is Canton’s Christmas Festival, where the whole town square is illuminated with 200,000 beautiful lights and displays.

What are the best things to do with kids at Christmas in Mississippi?

There are several activities you can do with kids during Christmas time in Mississippi. Perhaps one of the most popular is Journey to the North Pole, which takes place at the Mississippi Children’s Museum in Jackson, Mississippi. The annual event features a 45-foot snowflake slide, a toddler slide, a sock skating rink, and the chance to meet Santa and get your picture taken with him.

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