Here comes Santa Claus! The 2021 Season of Lights Drive-Thru Park in New Boston, Texas opens on Friday, November 19, and runs until December 26.

Season of Lights

The Season of Lights Drive-thru Park and Entertainment Center will be glowing with tons of lights and holiday displays of every kind including a huge Christmas tree maze that will dazzle and amaze you.

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Food and Shopping

There will be concession stands with great food to purchase and make sure you do a little shopping in the stocking stuffer store.

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Visit Santa Claus

There will also be a variety of photo opportunities for you and your family along this magical journey. Santa will be there to visit with the kids and pictures with Santa will be available.

The Season of Lights will be adding some new songs to its playlist for you to enjoy on their seasonal radio station that you hear in your car while you drive through the park. the displays are all synced to all the lights and displays to help get you into that holiday spirit.

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In addition, they have relocated the honorary and memorial sections for better views. If you would like to honor or remember a military or first responder member with a banner on the lighted trail they are $150. You can email

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Season of Lights Drive-thru Park and Entertainment Center is a family-owned business that combines their love of the season with some good old-fashioned family traditions. The owners have also added a new business to their park Fat Bottom Farms Kettle Corn will be available to purchase each night. Freshly-made corn that makes great gifts!

Season of Lights Hours

Sunday - Thursday 6 PM - 9 PM

Friday - Saturday 6 PM - 10 PM


$25 per vehicle

$40 Commercial vehicle

Season of Lights Drive-thru Park and Entertainment Center is located Southwest Frontage Road, off I-30 at Exit 198 just past GraceWay Baptist Church.

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Check updates and more information on their website or Facebook page.

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