*Thursday (Drive-Thru only), Thursday, November 26, 6 - 8pm (see flyer below)
* Fri., Nov. 27th (5-10pm), 2015
* Sat., Nov. 28th (2-10pm), 2015
* Sun., Nov. 29th (2-7pm), 2015
Admission: Adults $8.00, kids $3.00, under 5 years FREE!
DIRECTIONS - Sulphur Spring Conservation Area
Come out to this enchanting event, featuring thousands of lights and hundreds of candle lanterns in a natural park setting. Stroll through the grounds and enjoy the various activities in each building.
Decorate your own gingerbread cookie, take a horse-drawn wagon ride, visit Santa in his very own igloo, make your own Christmas bell, visit the Pioneer Village, enjoy a cup of hot apple cider, take a short trip to the North Pole, visit the Elf Maze, and enjoy the new interactive story-boards, and so much more!
When you get hungry, wander on over to the Christmas Cafe and enjoy a hearty bowl of chili. While there, write your letter to Santa and post it for mailing. Afterwards, take a ride on the Christmas train!
Please dress for the weather as much of this event is outdoors.
Sulphur Spring Conservation Area (formerly known as the Headquarters Conservation Area), is located off of Grey County Road #10, between Neustadt and Hanover (please see map). The park itself is located on Grey Road #28.
From Durham take County Rd. #4 west to Hanover. Turn left at the Canadian Tire store and proceed until the end of the road; turn right - follow the signs.
From Clifford (Hwy #9), take County Rd. #10 north through Neustadt and follow the signs to the Sulphur Spring Conservation Area.
It takes many people and generous sponsors to host an event of this size. We would like to recognize and thank the following individuals. They provide the character and charm that has become a part of this festive occasion!
Participating Groups, Organizations and Vendors
A Special Thanks to our Sponsors (cash and in-kind), as well as our amazing Volunteers