The Christmas Lights Drive-Thru Event In Oklahoma That's Festive Fun For The Whole Family
It’s officially the most wonderful time of the year again, which means Christmas light displays will soon begin popping up all across the Sooner State. One of the best places to see Christmas lights in Oklahoma is the Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Reserve Christmas lights. This incredible Christmas light display, located just outside of Bartlesville, is sure to be a wonderful event this year. Check out what may just be the best Christmas lights in Oklahoma.
To learn more about these drive-thru lights at Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Reserve or to get specific details, you can visit the Woolaroc website. We are fortunate to have an overflowing amount of Christmas spirit in Oklahoma during the holidays. And although many towns decorate with festive lights and decorations, there are a few that stand out above the rest. From big cities to small towns, check out the most enchanting, magical Christmas towns in Oklahoma. Need a place to stay for all these festivities? Check out all the unique offerings from our friends at VRBO.
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What are some other drive-thru light displays in Oklahoma?
Christmas in the Park is the largest drive-through lights show in Oklahoma, but there are other great displays to enjoy as well.
- The Chickasha Festival of Light features over four miles of lights stretching across multiple acres.
- The Fantasy Land of Lights in Bartlesville offers a light tunnel and Christmas music synchronized to light displays.
What are the best Christmas towns in Oklahoma?
The town of Sulphur was named the best Christmas town in Oklahoma, but some others you should also check out are Guthrie, a town that looks like it’s from the Victorian era, and Muskogee, which has two big Christmas areas to visit. Honor Heights Park is lit with over 1.2 million lights and The Castle of Muskogee turns into a magical place filled with over 2,000 holiday displays and lots of holiday activities. You can take a hayride or ride on a train, a Christmas pony, or Cletus the Camel. Grab a bite to eat at Rudolph’s Cafe.
What are the best outdoor activities in winter in Oklahoma?
There are a lot of great hiking trails in Oklahoma, including the Bert Cooper Trails around Lake Hefner, at Quartz Mountain Nature Park in Lone Wolf, and to the top of Black Mesa, which is the highest point in the state. You can also go stargazing at Robber's Cave State Park. Be sure to dress warmly! The Arcadia Round Barn in Acadia is an iconic Route 66 landmark that’s worth a trip to see. It’s especially beautiful after a good snow. You could also attend Tulsa’s Winterfest for outdoor ice skating and a cup of hot cocoa.