Pennsylvania December 16, 2017
The Enchanting Festival of Lights In Pennsylvania You Can’t Miss
Tick another day of 2017 off of the calendar. That means we’re inching closer to 2018. And, unfortunately, we’re also running out of time to experience all the magical holiday events PA offers. Carve some time out this holiday season to visit this mesmerizing festival of lights in Pennsylvania that just might take your breath away.
Rocky Ridge County Park shimmers with more than 600,000 Christmas lights during the Christmas Magic festival of lights this holiday season.
Bundle up and wear your comfiest shoes for a leisurely stroll through this half-mile trail decorated with twinkling Christmas lights and animated scenes.
The popular lights display first debuted in 1984 with a mere 10,000 lights. Today, it is York County Department of Parks and Recreation's largest event each year.
Admire the animated displays, some of which are created right here in Pennsylvania.
Of course, the man of the season — Santa, himself — will be on hand to meet, take photos with, and listen to the Christmas wishes of visitors.
The park features five heated pavilions to which you can escape to heat up and relax.
Stop by the food court for a light meal or a quick snack. Vendors include Donald Bricker's Famous French Fries, offering a menu of such favorites as burgers, hot dogs, fries, and nachos. Wash it all down with a hot chocolate, a hot cider, or a coffee.
Or, opt for such goodies as funnel cake, cookies, or popcorn.
Visit Christmas Magic at Rocky Ridge County Park through December 31, 2017. The festival of lights welcomes guests Monday through Thursday from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Or, stop by Friday through Sunday from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Christmas Magic is
closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
Tickets cost $10 for adults, $9 for seniors over 59, and $5 for kids between four and 12. Credit cards and checks are
not accepted, so bring cash. (An ATM is on site.)
Rocky Ridge County Park
3699 Deininger Road
York PA 17406
Click here for more information.
This festival of lights in Pennsylvania is just one of the many lights displays you can enjoy this season. Click here to read about
Lights in the Parkway, Koziar’s Christmas Village, and Dutch Wonderland.