SIMCOE — The first light-up of the season in Wellington Park, downtown Simcoe opened at the end of last month.
The lights have been a staple of Christmas in the surrounding area for years after celebrating its 60th year last season.
Thousands of lights and holiday displays have transformed Simcoe’s downtown parks into a winter wonderland. Stroll the parkland that is family friednly or step aboard a horse-drawn trolley that will be made available for most weekends in December.
The parks and displays will be lit up every night from November 30 to January 5 from 5:30 p.m., to 11:00 p.m., nightly.
Parking can be found on-street parking and surrounding parks with additional public parking available at Simcoe Composite High School on Wilson Dr.
This year features horse drawn trolley rides, the Christmas Farm Market, Fa La La Llamas and Friends, a letter to Santa mail box, hot chocolate, cider and apple cider donuts.