Thursday, December 2, 2010 - Wednesday, December 29, 2010
$14/adults, $9/seniors/milt., $8/ages 4-12
Warm Beach Camp hosts the 14th annual \"The Lights of Christmas\"
More than 1 million Christmas lights will be displayed at \"The Lights of Christmas,\" a spectacle spread over 15 acres at Warm Beach Camp, for 20 nights in December.
\"The Lights of Christmas\" is the largest holiday light display in the Northwest that combines live entertainment, children\'s activities, food, and overnight getaway options. Visitors can amble through seven uniquely themed light display areas, shop for gifts made by local artists, or gather at one of the many warming fires. Children can ride the Polar Express Train, enjoy pony rides, pet the animals of nativity, create a hand-made wooden toy, or meet the famous talking Christmas tree, Bruce the Spruce. Five entertainment stages will feature nightly performances from local music and theater groups, plus a separately ticketed Baylight Dinner Theatre presentation of Christmas on the Tumblin D. Food concessions will offer a variety of hot drinks, snacks, desserts and dinner entrees. Getaway packages include overnight accommodations in holiday-themed lodges and a hearty buffet breakfast.
Dates for general admission are December 2-5, 9-12, 16-23, 26-29, 5 to 10 p.m.
General admission is
$14 for adults,
$9 for military and seniors,
$8 for children ages four to twelve, and
free for children ages three and younger.