Photo by Sparkle in the Park
Come see thousands upon thousands of Christmas lights set up in nearly 50 holiday displays at Hopkins Park, Bear Lake from Thanksgiving weekend through New Year’s Eve, 5-10pm nightly.
The beautifully lit displays include angels, Christmas trees, Santa and his reindeer, a salute to troops, snowmen, various animals and several Christmas scenes, all arranged outdoors in Bear Lake’s lakeside campground park, just off US 31.
Sparkle in the Park is open nightly from 5pm to 10pm. Admission is free. However, a donation box is available for those who would like to contribute toward supplies for next year’s displays.
Sparkle in the Park is a partnership between the Bear Lake Promoters and the Bear Lake Village Council.
Come out and enjoy one of the beautiful scenes of the Christmas season.
Opening night is done right at Sparkle in the Park! Enjoy these activities in addition to touring the beautiful light displays:
Village of Bear Lake
12376 Virginia Street, Bear Lake, MI, 49614
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