Utah’s Enchanting Fantasy At The Bay Christmas Lights Holiday Drive-Thru Is Sure To Delight
Colorful, glittering lights are one of the most magical things about the holiday season, but it can be pretty cold to walk through Christmas light displays. Stay warm and snuggly in your car as you drive through the Fantasy At The Bay Christmas lights display at Willard Bay State Park! Check it out:
If you’re up for even more Christmas lights in Utah, check out our list of some of the best holiday light displays in the state. Which one are you going to visit first?
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What are some other beautiful holiday lights in Utah I should visit?
While the lights at Willard Bay State Park are certainly bucket list worthy and a great way to put you in the holiday spirit, there are many other incredible light displays around the state. One of the most popular and one that individuals of all ages will love is Hogle Zoo’s Zoo Lights. Here, the Hogle Zoo transforms into a holiday wonderland. You can not only observe all types of animals but you can also see thousands of twinkling lights. This is one light display that you will want to check out year after year.
Of course, you’ll also want to visit Spanish Fork and experience the Festival of Lights with your entire family. This incredible holiday event takes place at Canyon View Park and features thousands of gorgeous lights and dozens of bright light displays. This is a drive-thru light display so you can sit in your vehicle and enjoy the lights. Bring some hot chocolate and a holiday treat and have some fun. This event runs nightly from the end of November through December.
What are some other activities I can enjoy during the winter in Utah?
Winter may just be one of the best times to visit and explore the Beehive State. While you can always go to a ski resort and strap on a pair of skis, there are many other destinations around the state that are just waiting for you. One of the most beautiful during the winter is Bryce Canyon National Park. When you visit during the winter months, you will not only enjoy some of the most stunning views but the crowds are typically gone, allowing you to truly enjoy this magnificent national park.