Upon arriving at the entrance to Prairie Lights powered by Gexa Energy, you will be dazzled with 4 million lights set along 2 miles of path. Hundreds of ALL-NEW displays in shapes of all kinds line and arch over the roads. Half way through the drive get out of your car for a stop at Holiday Village where you will find food, gifts, Santa, and our 2 Holiday Magic attractions the Light Show Theater and the Lighted Walk-Through Forest. The finale of the show is the world’s largest light tunnel.
Half way through the drive, get out of your car to play in Holiday Village. Under a GIANT tent enjoy pictures with Santa, concessions, a gift shop and our 2 lighted attractions.
Concessions sold include hot cocoa, apple cider, coffee, and a variety of seasonal food like funnel cakes, kettle corn and more. For an additional charge have your picture taken with Santa or get tickets to the Holiday Magic Live! or Holiday Magic Walk-Through Lighted Forest.
Texas General Hospital presents:
a Texas Family Musical Production
In the Graff Chevrolet Theater
During your visit to Holiday Village take the time to experience the brand-new show presented by Texas General Hospital, “Holiday Happiness”, a Texas Family Musical Production
This all-new show is performed live by the Broadway bound stars of Texas Family Musicals inside the Graff Chevrolet Theater where it actually snows on the audience!
A seperate ticket is required to see the show.see Pricing.
Holiday Magic Lighted Walk-Thru Forest
Get out of your car at Holiday Village and take a stroll through the trees that will be lit up with tens of thousands of lights. Arranged in scenes depicting how the holiday season is celebrated around the world along with a brand-new Gumdrop Alley, this new attraction is sure to have the kids saying WOW!
A seperate ticket is required to see the show, see Pricing.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much time does it take to drive through the park?
That will depend on how fast you drive and how heavy traffic is in the park. We encourage people to drive slowly and take in all the sights. Relax and enjoy the park. Typically it takes 45 minutes to drive straight through with light traffic. With a stop in Holiday Village (highly recommended) plan on 1.5 hours total. **Due to the high volume of cars on weekends, please allow for an extra hour to get through the park.
Do you accept credit cards?
Yes, we accept Visa and Mastercard at the front gate and inside the tent at Holiday Village.
Absolutely! Bus traffic is welcome. We can accommodate anything up to a large 56 passenger commercial bus. That includes motor homes and RV’s (recreational vehicles.)
Yes, Santa will be there every night through Dec. 23 listening to holiday wishes and taking pictures with the kids for an additional fee. On Dec. 24 Santa must return to the North Pole to pick up all the presents and deliver them to homes all around the world.
The more the merrier…up to a point! The regular entrance fee covers up to eight people in your vehicle. Buses, limos and RVs cost a little more. For the safety of you and your passengers, we do not allow vehicles to tow trailers carrying people through the park (like a “hayride”).
Yes. All rides like the carousel, and carnival rides are included in the price of vehicle admission.
The Holiday Happiness live show begins at 7:00 p.m. and repeats every 45 minutes until closing.
Yes. All restrooms are at Holiday Village in front and behind the big white tent. The other restroom buildings throughout the park will be closed.
No. Please do not get out of your car in the middle of the drive. Not only is traffic a danger, the guide wires that support the displays and they are nearly invisible in the dark and hurt like heck when you trip over them. We do have photo opportunities in Holiday Village that are safe and better lit for photography.
Yes. The path will be clearly marked with Christmas lights, cones, and lighted indicators. With headlights off, the experience is much more enjoyable, especially for the people in front of you. We do realize that not all vehicles are able to switch off their headlights, but if you can, please do so.