The Lights of Christmas is at Warm Beach Camp, just an hour north of Seattle. Warm Beach Camp is a Christian camp and conference center that lights up 15 acres with over one million lights during the month of December. The truly stunning lights displays are the best I've ever seen, but what sets this festival apart from the rest is all the other fun activities!
Most of my husband's immediate family showed up to walk the Lights of Christmas together. Penny ran around with four of her cousins while Ruby enjoyed being passed around and carried by the adults. As soon as we walked through the gates, we beelined for the closest donut stand and ordered probably a dozen packages of freshly made donuts and multiple cups of hot cider and cocoa. You cannot go to the Lights of Christmas and miss out on the donuts!
Afterwards we filled up on more goodies (kettle corn) and headed over to the Polar Express Train, which drives around the camp. No Lights of Christmas experience would be complete without a pony ride (according to the girls) so we headed over to the corral.
Our final stop for the evening was at the petting zoo, where there were llamas, goats and sheep.
20800 Marine Drive
Stanwood, WA 98292
Disclosure: This post was sponsored by The Lights of Christmas. We were so honored to be invited to the event, we simply love it! All opinions are my own