Sixty-six towns across the state are participating in this year’s Trail of Holiday Lights campaign. The celebration, which begins Thanksgiving week and lasts through Christmas, includes official lighting ceremonies, parades, pageants, music and more. The objective is to build tourism business throughout the holidays.
“We invite visitors to visit the displays in their own areas and also experience what other towns around the state have to offer,” said Arkansas Tourism Director Joe David Rice.
Participants are encouraged to go to the Arkansas Trail of Holiday Lights Facebook fan page to share photos and offer insider tips on their town’s activities. It’s a great way to spread the holiday cheer and create lasting memories.
The trail has continued to grow every year since it began in 1996. It has been selected as a Top 100 Event for 2011 by the American Bus Association
Eureka Springs is proud to particiate in the showing this year, the Basin Springs park is a glow with the holiday spirit.
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