The Chickasha Festival of Light at Shannon Springs Park is located near Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It is a festival of holiday light scenes that have everything from animated light displays to computer-controlled light shows with beautiful holiday tunes. You can drive through it in your car or gaze at it if you happen to be close to or live near the area. The Chickasha is on display annually from November 21 until December 31 on weekends only from 6 p.m. - 11 p.m. and admission is free.
The Chickasha Festival of Light is estimated to have over 3 million lights total and comes with an over 170-foot Christmas tree that is visible for several miles. The Chickasha is estimated to be at least four miles long. It also isn't just cars that pass through it, there is also the option of riding through it in a horse-drawn carriage. Also, you and your kids can visit Santa Claus, shop at the gift shop and enjoy the live nativity scene. An estimated 250,000 drive through and visit the site every year.
The Chickasha Festival of Light is quite an attraction probably because there aren't very many light festivals like it in place. Over 130 businesses and organizations sponsor the event and the lights are installed on almost 300 trees, walkways, bridges and buildings by over 1,000 volunteers. When you visit the Chickasha Festival, you not only show appreciation for its beauty but you also contribute to the work of the hard work that it takes to make such a display possible.