Holiday Festival Of Lights

871 Riverland DR

Charleston, SC 29412

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Phone: (843) 795-4386

City: Charleston

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Holiday Festival Of Lights

More than two million enchanting lights adorn James Island County Park. Come experience the three-mile driving tour and see a wide array of dazzling designs for the holidays. But it's more than just a driving tour. The Holiday Festival of Lights invites you to park your cars and explore these fun, family-friendly activities: the magnificent sculpture made from over 50 tons of sand, an up-close look at the lights on the holiday train, mouth-watering treats from Santa's Sweet Shoppe, handmade gingerbread houses, giant greeting cards created by local students, and a Victorian carousel. Get creative and create your own light display at the Lakeside Lights activity center or take a leisurely stroll through the Enchanted Forest. With all the Holiday Festival of Lights has to offer, you'll certainly get into the holiday spirit.

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