It takes a lot to make The Grinch grin, but we think we might have made it happen. Actually, we didn’t – that honor goes to the folks of Hurricane, West Virginia in Putnam County, with their beautiful, festive Christmas light display at Valley Park: Yuletide in the Park. It’s a local favorite December activity, and has been for years. If you don’t already head this way each year to see the display, make it a new tradition!
Most of the displays at Yuletide in the Park are outside this year, and social distancing is encouraged. For the few events that are happening inside the activity center, masks and temperature checks are required. As always, admission is free, and there’s plenty to see and lots of fun to be had at this festive holiday attraction! Visit the Valley Park or Putnam County Convention and Visitors Bureau Facebook page for details.
For more light displays around the state, try these six. Are there any other Christmas traditions you haven’t had to cancel this year? We’d love to hear about them!
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