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Walking in a Winter Wonderland

November 29, 2019 - December 29, 2019

Don’t miss Frederick County Parks & Recreation’s annual light show – memories to last a lifetime! Don your stocking caps and wrap those scarves tight as you take a magical stroll through this winter wonderland. Warm up in the cabin, where you might run into Santa!

Heated event tent, free hot chocolate, live entertainment on select nights, and food vendors.

Closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

Peak Night Admission
Ages 12+: $10
Ages 2-11: $5
Age 0-1: FREE

Regular Admission
Ages 12+: $5
Ages 2-11: $3
Age 0-1: FREE

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Start:
November 29, 2019
End:
December 29, 2019
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Clearbrook Park
3300 Martinsburg Pike
Winchester, VA 22602 United States
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