Looking to get into the Christmas spirit? Look no further than the Washington County Fairgrounds in Greenwich.

Is there anything better than thousands upon thousands of twinkling Christmas lights, great holiday tunes, and sweet treats to get you in the spirit of the season? I don't think so!

That is why a drive-thru trip to Holiday lights Nights at the Washington Country Fairgounds is a MUST-DO for you and your family this holiday season. Its starts with a little drive out to the country, and then those huge displays emerge on the horizon on Route 29 in Greenwich!

My wife and I took our kids this week, and it was a blast. They wore their favorite Christmas pajamas as we strolled up the Northway and across Route 29 to the fair - and it culminated with so many oohs and aahs as we drove thru the 1.5-plus mile course of bright, creative, and enormous Christmas light displays. And the best part was we got to make a little pit stop for some delicious cider donuts and to check out the on-site gift shop halfway through the course.

This is year two of Holiday Lighted Nights, and after a great year one in 2021, they have made many awesome improvements this year to make the whole experience even more fun. So if you are looking for that holiday spirit, or you want to extend it past Christmas, Holiday Lighted Nights is open right through Friday, December 30th and you can buy your vehicle pass right here to beat the line at the gate!

Still on the fence if you want to go? Check out some of the awesome light displays below!

Take A Tour Of Holiday Lighted Nights At Washington Co. Fairgrounds

Holiday Lighted Nights us underway thru December 30th at the Washington Country Fairgrounds! Here is a little taste of some of the awesome Christmas light displays you will see on the 1.5 plus mile drive-thru course.

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Check Out These Vintage Photos Of Santa's Workshop In North Pole, New York

Santa's Workshop in North Pole, New York has been a Christmas tradition in the Adirondack Mountains for almost 75 years! In operation since 1949, Santa's Workshop is known as the "...forerunner of present-day theme parks in the United States." Sanat's Workshop is a year-round celebration of all things Christmas, featuring rides, special characters, real reindeer, a toy shop, and so much more according to their website. Talk a walk down memory lane in these photos below from 1955.



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