New Boston Season of Lights Drive-Thru Park Opens This Weekend
The holiday season is here and this area's most popular drive-thru park "Season of Lights" in New Boston, Texas will be opening this Friday, November 18 - December 25.
Season of Lights
Thie 2022 Season of Lights promises to be bigger and better with all new displays and more lights in this family-oriented park and entertainment center. As you make your way down this lighted holiday trail in the piney woods don't be surprised if you see a deer or two and just maybe you'll get lucky and get a glimpse of Rudolf.
Just know that Santa is nearby at the Entertainment Center aka Christmas Barn where you can stop to grab some kettle corn and some hot chocolate or coffee and gaze at all the beautifully decorated Christmas trees each one has its own theme depending on the sponsors. About 150 Lighted trees also adorned the outside of the venue as well.
There are plenty of games that the kids can play like checkers and coloring and of course, they can get a photo with Santa Claus like me and my friends. Who says, you are too old to visit Santa?
Food vendors will be located outside with a variety of food for purchase as you sit and relax around the camper trailer.
Themed Sponsored Trees
This is the First Responders and Fireman tree as you can tell by the red helmets and firetrucks.
Take a picture at one of the many Christmas displays inside the barn like this lovely couple. Looks like my friend Greg is getting a little frisky with his woman under the mistletoe.
I can honestly say I enjoyed my visit to the "Season of Lights" Drive-Thru Park in New Boston and I know you will too. Right now, you can enter their Facebook page contest to win a complete package of goodies.
Only two days remain to enter the contest because the winner will be announced on November 17.
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 on Southwest Frontage Road, off I-30 at Exit 198 just past GraceWay Baptist Church.