There are just two short weeks left for the light parks to be open.  Time sure flies.  They really are a sight to see, and you should make a point to see one if you haven’t already.  A great deal of time and effort went into making them and it really shows in the final result.

     All of the light parks were created with millions of LED lights.  The parks are set up so that you and your family can drive through them.  It is a great way to spend time with your loved ones while also saving some money.  You can view a montage that was created of the light parks to get a small taste of what is waiting for you at the parks themselves:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1Eu50Ibynk

If you haven’t checked it out already, here is a link to a recent article by PRLog.com about the must-do holiday events in the Lake Region.  They listed The Gift of Lights at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway as one of them:

http://www.prlog.org/11713004-spend-the-holiday-season-in-new-hampshires-lakes-region.html

     You can find out more information about each park on their respective websites:

http://www.texasgiftoflights.com/

http://www.georgiagiftoflights.com/

http://www.giftoflightselizabethfarms.com/

http://www.visitcarolinachristmas.com/

http://www.vegasglitteringlights.com/

http://www.arizonacelebrationoflights.com/

http://www.newhampshiregiftoflights.com/

If you want to know the schedule of events left for the year at the light parks, simply check out the FaceBook page of the parks’ builder:

http://www.facebook.com/AllThingsChristmasAndMore

     For any questions about the parks or for information on tickets and pricing, you can send a message to [email protected] and someone will get back to you shortly.  Remember, the light parks are only open until the end of the year.  Get your tickets now while there is still time.