2020 Spring Lake Park Holiday Lights Drive Through Dec. 31
December 16, 2020 | View PDF
The Spring Lake Park Holiday Lights Drive is from 5:30-9:30 p.m., $5 per car and will continue through Dec. 31.
The Holiday Lights Drive is still happening despite the current pandemic restrictions. The park will be filled with lighted displays for a wonderful interactive drive through the holiday lights. The activities our lights drive is known for will be handled differently this year, but the lights will be brighter than ever and will bring holiday cheer as it has been doing for the past 18 years.
Gate passes will be available again this year! A book of 10 can be purchased for $40 ($10 savings per book) and give them out to friends, co-workers, in Christmas cards and to the people who help you out all year long like your delivery person, mailman, hair stylist and others. Contact the CVB for details at 701-774-9041 or stop out at the Visitors Center at 212 Airport Road to purchase your book of passes!
Dec. 17 - Grinch Gives Back Night: This year the Grinch is collecting personal care items for the Family Crisis Shelter and would love to have your help. See the Spring Lake Park Holiday Light Drive Facebook page for a list of items the shelter could use.
Dec. 18 - Pajama Night: The first 50 cars to visit in their pajamas will receive a special holiday movie and popcorn surprise.
Dec. 19 - Free Book Night: Christmas books for all ages. Stop at the icehouse in the keel boat parking lot for your free book.
Dec. 21 & 22 - Reindeer Nights: Find the reindeer in the display by the keel boat parking lot. Take home crafts will be distributed from the gate house for kids in the car while supplies last.
Dec. 26 - Great Elf Send Off: Try and find all 15-miniature elves partying around the park. This is the last night to complete the Elf on the Shelf bingo card.
Dec. 30 - New Year’s Eve Party: Party swag bags available for children in the vehicle at the gate house while supplies last. Come early to watch the ten-minute fireworks show starting at 8 p.m.
Other activities weather permitting
Wednesday Night Hayrides with Ironhide: Up to 10 people or 2 families per ride. Check with the driver in the keel boat parking lot to verify availability. First come, first serve, 6-8 p.m.
Luminary Sundays: Hundreds of luminaries will be lit up along the road. Techno Luminary Sunday, Dec. 27.
Elf on the Shelf Bingo: Every night through Dec. 26, the life size Elf on the Shelf will be moved. Find him and mark off the corresponding square with the date on your bingo card! Cards available at the Lights Drive gate. Complete a row and return your winning card to the Williston Convention & Visitors Bureau for a prize.
Self-Guided Photo Opportunities: Refer to the map from the gate house for specific locations corresponding to these numbers:
6. The Lighted Bridge, east side of park
9. Christmas Tree Bench, east side of park, Sleigh and Polar Bear, Lions Amphitheater
28. Grinch (attached to wall inside pavilion shelter) Lighted Frame, pavilion shelter
76. Lighted Tunnel and Santa’s Mailbox, south side of park
Letters to Santa: Leave your letter to Santa in the mailbox on the south edge of the park near the playground (#76 on the map). These are picked up daily and replied to, if a return address is provided! You can use the blank letter form you receive at the Lights Drive gate.