Our Top 5 Favorite Things About Trail of Lights
Trail of Lights at Chatfield Farms opens Friday, November 26. Here are some reasons why you must experience it for yourself this holiday season.
- Trail of Lights really is an enchanting, glittering display out in the quiet of the countryside. With the shadows of the foothills against the starry sky, the lights draped among the cottonwoods, barn and historical homestead make you feel like you’re a world away.
- Indulgent treats for purchase make the night even more magical! Velvety hot chocolate, cinnamony hot apple cider, sweet & salty kettle corn, clouds of cotton candy, cheesy pizza, plus toffee, fudge and caramels to really satisfy your sweet tooth.
- If Jack Frost is nipping at your nose (and toes!) you can visit the warming hut and thaw out. While you get nice and toasty, take some fun photos with three trees made to look like Santa and his elf, a trio of gnomes and snowmen.
- There are singing trees. Yes! Trees along the trail will be singing a selection of holiday songs ranging from Dean Martin to NSYNC. New this year is an adorable gingerbread house located by the trees that has a dancing gingerbread man inside.
- The trail has two path options; a longer one if you want to see all of the lights and features and a shorter one if brief is better (maybe the kiddos need to head to bed or it’s just a touch too chilly).
Get Trail of Lights tickets today and celebrate the season at Chatfield Farms. Masks are required indoors for all visitors ages 3 and older.