Winter Lights in Hurricane Harbor’s Light Park!

The holidays may be ending but that doesn’t mean the fun has to! 

This season, running to this Sunday, enjoy the last bits of winter with The Light Park drive-thru spectacular at Hurricane Harbor! This week-long event features a special holiday light show with millions of holiday lights flashing on display in the Hurricane Harbor parking lot. It’s a great way to spend time with your families from the warmth of your car, taking in the last traces of that warm winter holiday spirit before you celebrate the new year.

Hurricane Harbor is a great place to be during the summer when things get hot. From rides to games to a LOT of splashes, it’s the perfect place to cool off on a hot day! While the park is not open right now due to Covid and the season, things are expected to pick back up again in the summer so make sure you’re setting aside time to beat the crowds! 

In terms of residential living with close convenience to Hurricane Harbor, there are many options to pick. Buena Vista Apartments has the benefit of living in a more suburban area with only a fifteen minute drive over, plus they’re very price-friendly for first-time apartment-dwellers. The same can be said for Casa Del Mar, another great price-friendly place to stay near the area, and with quick access to Willowbrook Mall as well! But the very best place to live if you want to fully enjoy the Hurricane Harbor experience is definitely Sedona Pointe Apartments. They’re only five minutes away and they have some truly excellent amenities, deals, and atmosphere! It’s a great package altogether and you’ll find that there will never be any hassle getting to the park on time.

For anyone that loves the holidays and can’t wait to share in some special memories with families and friends, the Light Park experience is a great way to spend some time with loved ones this winter season. For more information, please go ahead and visit their website here. I sincerely hope all of you loved your holiday break and remember to stay warm out there!

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Dec 30