Now that we are all stuffed with turkey, it’s time to get some exercise and hang those lights! Plenty of Skagit County residents really get into the spirit of the holidays with some impressive light displays you don’t want to miss! Grab a peppermint mocha, some Christmas cookies and candy canes, and head out in your car to check out the incredible sights, and often sounds, of the season. Here is where to find Christmas Light Displays in the Skagit Valley.
Winter Wonderland Walk at Washington Park
Washington Park, 6300 Sunset Ave, Anacortes
Once again, Washington Park will be lit up for a Winter Wonderland Walk. The campground will be decorated with holiday lights for you to look at while enjoying live music, campfires and hot chocolate.Bundle up and bring a flashlight or headlamp. The event is sponsored by the Anacortes Parks & Recreation Department.
Biz Point Lane
Just 5 miles west of Anacortes, the residence at Biz Point Lane offers an acre of lit up animals and musical accompaniment. Of worthy note is The Noltsentmeyer Residence, decked out in its holiday finest as it is every year. A whole acre of holiday lights with sounds of the season on the FM channel 95.5.
Anacortes Cool Christmas Lights
8238 State Route 20, on the south side of the highway, between Christianson Road and Thompson Road.
A bit toned-down from past years, it’s still a good stop on any Christmas light drive. This year, the Anacortes Cool Christmas Lights will have a flood of color-changing lights on the house. No music.
More In Anacortes
Becky and Dave Young at 5501 Kingsway, Anacortes and 3304 Beachwood Lane, Anacortes are also not-to-be-missed Christmas light displays in Skagit County. Enjoy many other residential lights on the drive out D Avenue and Rosario Road, outside Anacortes.
Check out Jim Williams’s Residence at 24442 Wicker Road, Sedro-Woolley and 301 Haines Street, Sedro-Woolley. Both are sure to put you in the holiday spirit.
The beloved Burlington Christmas will not be happening this year, due to ongoing health issues. ” I know how much people loved the display and wish we could,” the owners told SkagitTalk.com We wish them all a speedy recover and healthy New Year.
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