Carnival of Lights

CALEDONIA — Jellystone Park Camp-Resort, 8425 Highway 38, continues the Wisconsin Christmas Carnival of Lights through Sunday, Dec. 31, with more lights and winter cheer than ever.

The light show features more than 1.5 million twinkling lights and spectacular holiday scenes, from life-size gingerbread houses to Green Bay Packer and patriotic-themed displays, including a 50-by-30-foot American flag choreographed to holiday music. Families may enjoy the mile-long trail from the comfort of their vehicles or from Santa’s sleigh.

Guests will see new moving displays and Evy the talking Christmas tree, an animatronic, 7-foot character who made his debut last year and talks and sings to visitors of all ages. Evy will be located inside Santa’s Workshop, where guests can enjoy hot beverages and visit with Santa.

Santa’s giant sleigh, which seats 43 guests in tiered seating, will also travel through the light show and give families the opportunity to experience the show in a whole new way. Reservations to ride on the sleigh may be made at www.wichristmascarnival.com/sleighrides.

Hours are 5 to 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and 5 to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. The entry fee for carloads with up to eight people is $20; $30 for limos, mini buses and large passenger vans, and $35 for greyhound and other large buses and large motor homes.

For more information, go to www.wichristmascarnival.com or call 262-835-2565.

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Community Coordinator

Loreen Mohr is the community coordinator for The Journal Times.

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