These 15 Places In Oklahoma Have The Most Unbelievable Christmas Decorations
If you’re looking for the perfect places for Christmas lights in Oklahoma, we found many places full of holiday magic. Dazzling lights, pictures with Santa, hot cocoa, and festive decorations make these spots the most unbelievable places to visit this winter holiday season. Make sure to check out as many of these as you can for impressive light shows and off-the-charts holiday decorations. If you’re on the hunt for the best Christmas light displays in Oklahoma, you’ve just hit the jackpot!
What do you think of these best Christmas light displays in Oklahoma? Do YOU have a favorite display of Christmas lights in Oklahoma? Tell us about them in the comments! Need a little more holiday cheer? Take a look at this list filled with things to do in Oklahoma during the holidays.
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Where are the best towns to celebrate Christmas in Oklahoma?
One thing is for sure: Oklahoma sure does love its Christmas spirit! It seems like anywhere you look you’ll find festive, fun-filled towns just waiting to create magical holiday memories for the entire family. For example, Yukon has Christmas in the Park, a drive-thru holiday lights display filled with more than five million lights. Seminole and Muskogee tend to have holiday festivities yearly and do so the large cities like Oklahoma City and Tulsa. In Tulsa, you can check out the Red River Lights on the banks of the Arkansas River and in OKC you can wander just about anywhere and get into the festive spirit (especially Bricktown). Ardmore’s Regional Park in southern Oklahoma usually has a 1.5-mile drive-through lights display, and Kingfisher Park in Kingfisher is decorated beautifully as well. For more information on each of these and a handful more, make sure to check out this article about the best Christmas towns in Oklahoma.
What was the worst winter in Oklahoma?
Of course, “worst” is subjective – but there have been quite a few memorable winters, that’s for sure. For example, Oklahoma’s worst blizzard occurred on January 31st. Overnight, up to 21 inches of snow fell in the northeastern portion of the state. Over two days in 1971, 36 inches of snow was reported in Buffalo, and in November of 1992, Laverne saw an impressive 22 inches of snowfall. Ice storms occur in the Sooner State from time to time, and they’re never fun. In October of 2020, a rare ice storm wreaked havoc on the state, causing hundreds of thousands of homes to lose power. There was another in 2007 which wreaked very similar havoc as well. Severe winters are uncommon in Oklahoma; if you’re a fan of cold weather, you ought to enjoy your winters here just fine.