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Arkansas Trail of Holiday Lights 2018

November 23, 2018 by Corey A. Edwards

Arkansas Trail of Holiday Lights 2018Come travel the Arkansas Trail of Holiday Lights and discover a cornucopia of Christmas light displays stretching from the North Central region to the Lower Delta.

Who doesn’t love seeing the fun and festive holiday light displays that spring up around this time of year? Whether you celebrate Christmas or not, you can’t deny that the multi-colored lights and decorations bring life and joy to what can otherwise be a cold and bleak season.

Arkansans certainly seem to enjoy decorating. In fact, Arkansas becomes a true holiday wonderland every year between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve. Communities and individuals across the state invest a lot of time, money, and heartfelt effort into decorating for the season. Expansive arrays of twinkling lights and animated displays spring up in parks, fields, city greens, and elsewhere. Many are so big you have to walk or even drive through them to see everything.

If this sounds like fun to you then you should definitely consider making a stop or two along the Arkansas Trail of Holiday Lights.

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The Arkansas Trail of Holiday Lights

November 29, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

Arkansas' Trail of Holiday LightsLast post I told you about the fabulous Christmas light display at Garvan Gardens but did you know that there are lots of other displays across the state, all part of the Arkansas Trail of Holiday Lights?

Arkansas really does become something of a winter wonderland between Thanksgiving week and New Year’s Eve. Communities across the state host all manner of Christmas parades, festivals, events, and lighting displays – so much so that the Arkansas Trail of Holiday Lights was born. There’s even a mascot – the Arkansas Holiday Hog!

The full list of participating communities contains over 60 different attractions and can be viewed or downloaded in pdf form from the arkansas.com website – so I wont attempt to list them all, here. Instead, here’s a short-list of some of the more well-known or popular displays from around the state:

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