Yakima State Fair Park Hosts First Ever X-mas Light Drive-Thru
Something really cool is happening up there at the Yakima State Fair Park for the holiday season. They are hosting their first-ever drive-thru holiday lights display starting November 28th.
It's a quick drive to Yakima but it will be well worth it to see some amazing displays.
The drive-thru experience will feature 12 festive and fun holiday-themed scenes, nearly 20 miles of lights illuminating buildings and trees.
Some of the themed scenes include Candyland with a festive gingerbread house, the North Pole with two of Santa’s reindeer – Dasher and Comet, a mailbox for letters to Santa, and the big man himself!
The event will be socially distanced and is slated to begin on November 28th and run through Sunday, December 6th.
In a press release, Yakima State Park describes how to view the event:
To enter the event, turn North on 18th Street from Nob Hill Blvd and enter at Gate 15 which is located on Pacific Ave (by the Yakima County Baseball Stadium). Gates will open at 4:30 pm with the drive-thru hours from 5 pm – 9 pm each night.
Admission will be $10 per vehicle and $20 for limos and buses. Group discount tickets are available, see our website for details.
A drive-up concession area will be available. Food items will include traditional concession items as well as special holiday offerings like hot chocolate and spiced cider.
Credit or debit cards are preferred, but cash will be accepted as well.
For additional information or questions regarding Holiday Light Fest, a list of FAQs is available at www.fairfun.com.