Washington County’s Premier Holiday Lights Event

November 25 through December 24, 2022

NEW IN 2022 40′ Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and the Bumble!

Casa Guadalupe Education Center serves hot cocoa and treats every night, including popcorn, candy and more. Take a horse and carriage ride or enjoy marshmallows by the fire pit on Friday and Saturday nights. Santa is available December 8–10 and December 15–23 at Regner Park from 5:00 to 9:00 PM. Dates and times are subject to change. To ensure a visit with Santa, it’s encouraged to arrive earlier in the evening.

November 26th, 2022

Tonight’s Performer:
Peter Gibeau and Group

Tonight’s Events

  • Horse & Carriage Rides
  • Fire Pit & Marshmallows
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Cost of Entry

Enchantment in the Park was created to ensure that we support the community. That’s why we ask for a simple donation to gain entry into the park per each drive-thru and walk-thru group. Whether you give cash, a check, or food, your generosity will make a difference. Donations can also be made via credit card. Visit our Donate page to learn more.

suggested $10 donation

Our suggested cash or check donation helps to sustain the future of Enchantment in the Park and support volunteer organizations, while helping to grow our holiday lights and decor collection.

Nonperishable food donations

Food donations help fill food pantries across Washington County. We ask that you please do not donate goods in glass containers.

Drive-Thru Entrances

Drive-thru visitors enter from Silverbrook Drive.

Walk-Thru Entrance

Walk-thru visitors enter from Main Street.
Please note: Visitors who choose to walk through the park will walk a shorter route and will not have access to the whole display.

Bus Drive-Thru Guidelines

Small buses are allowed to drive through route. Maximum vehicle size is 11’ high with a wheelbase of 12’. Passengers visiting in large buses are welcome in the walk-thru area.

Event Exit

To exit the event, turn right onto Park Avenue. (Left turns prohibited.)

Horse and Carriage Rides

Rides are available for all ages and are first come, first serve. The carriage holds up to 15 people and costs $5 a person for anyone 16 and older. Children 15 and younger are free. We ask visitors to please expect a wait as this is a popular attraction.

Community Is at Our Core

Together we can make a difference

Meet Our Sponsors

These local businesses have made a commitment to continuing to support Enchantment in the Park and the Rotary Clubs of Washington County in the fight against hunger.

Support the Casa Guadalupe Education Center

Casa Guadalupe Education Center sells a variety of concessions inside the pavilion. Proceeds will be donated to Casa Guadalupe Education Center. Their mission is to be the bridge of integration to Hispanics and to the communities in which they live through education and community access. Through a combination of education and social services, Casa Guadalupe Education Center works to empower Spanish-speaking Latino families to live independent, successful lives, to build strong families and establish meaningful connections within their community.


From hot cocoa to hot dogs, Casa Guadalupe Education Center has something for everyone to enjoy!


This concession stand serves as a first-time fundraising event for Casa Guadalupe Education Center this year!

About Us

Learn more about how Enchantment in the Park got its start

Our Mission

Founded in 2009, our mission is to create a holiday adventure for one and all, where wonder and excitement are experienced through enchanting holiday light displays, music and other performing arts.

Rotary International

Founded in 1905, Rotary was one of the first and largest service organizations in the world. This global network of community volunteers consists of professional and community leaders who meet regularly to plan community-service activities.