Jellystone Park in Wisconsin Features Christmas Light Show

December 3, 2009

The Christmas Carnival of Lights opened at the Jellystone Park campground in Caledonia, Wisconsin on Thanksgiving day. There are more than 1 million lights on the grounds of the campground that can be seen on a drive through the park. You’ll see what Santa’s elves are working on in Santa’s workshop, Rudolph leading Santa’s huge sleigh, and a huge fifteen foot tall gingerbread house covered in candies. Santa will be making appearances every Wednesday and Saturday night and you can skip the lines at the mall and purchase a framed photo with you and Santa here!

over 1 million lights!

over 1 million lights!

When you are done driving through the one-of-a-kind handmade christmas displays, stop in the Santa’s Workshop and Coffee Shop to pick up a complimentary christmas trivia booklet for the kids and finish up your holiday shopping. Take a few minutes to warm up with a variety of hot beverages from latte’s and mocha’s, to hot chocolate and cinnamon apple cider. 

The fun begins just south of Oak Creek, Wisconsin located 1/2 mile south of the Milwaukee County line in Caledonia right off HWY 38.

ADMISSION FEES

$13 per car

$20 per limosine or passenger van holding more than 8 people or mini-bus

The display is open from 5 to 9 p.m. Sunday-Thursday; 5 to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday, through Jan. 3. Closed Christmas Day.

For more information visit www.wichristmascarnival.com or call (262) 835-2565.

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