The Town Of Friday Harbor In Washington Is The Star Of A Hallmark Channel Christmas Movie
Say what you will about Hallmark Christmas movies, but they certainly have quite a large following. Washington has been the setting for several holiday Hallmark films in the past — and the most notable one was set in the charming island town of Friday Harbor. While most of the movie was actually filmed in Nova Scotia, they did a fantastic job of capturing Pacific Northwest vibes. Who remembers “Christmas With Holly?” It’s one of our favorite Hallmark movies filmed in Washington state!
Christmas With Holly” is still available for viewing on YouTube. Check it out in the preview and get lost in the magic.:
Now that you know where Christmas with Holly was filmed, you can enjoy the magic first-hand! What are your favorite Christmas towns in Washington? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below!
And if you need more ideas for things to do during the holidays, visit these enchanting Christmas towns in Washington.
Christmas in Washington
What are the best drive-thru light shows in Washington?
Eager to enjoy the holiday season? We recommend exploring The Lights of Christmas in Stanwood. This drive-thru light show glimmers and shines every year, and families have made it an annual tradition. Marvel at the gorgeous displays and watch colorful characters dance around you. Tune into radio station 101.9 to listen to jolly music. And the best part? All of this holiday magic is available from the warmth and comfort of your car! Curl up with a cup of hot cocoa and munch on some homemade cookies. There’s no better combination.
Should I go hiking in winter in Washington?
It’ll be cold, but you can definitely go hiking during winter in Washington. We particularly love exploring the Iceberg Point Trail on Lopez Island. This easy, three-mile loop is perfect for both beginners and avid hikers. Walk along gorgeous pathways and stare into shimmering waterfront views. Bring your family, and take your leashed dog along too! This lovely journey is perfect for the winter season. For more fun, meander through the Quartz Mountain Lookout Trail in Mount Spokane State Park. This area is beautiful year-round, but during winter it shimmers with an icy glow. The entire trail is 4.5 miles long, and you’ll enjoy every single step. Need more ideas? Check out the Icicle Gorge Trail inside the Wenatchee National Forest, near Leavenworth. There’s no shortage of fun you can have outside in Washington!