Welcome to the Wisconsin Christmas Carnival of Lights, Southeastern Wisconsin's biggest, brightest and most dazzling holiday lights display!.
Join us at Jellystone Park Camp-Resort in Caledonia, just 20 minutes south of Milwaukee, for a holiday lights experience that stretches for more than a mile and features more than one million sparkling holiday lights sure to delight kids and adults of all ages.
Relax in the comfort of your car as you wind your way through the campground. With lights on all sides and high above in the trees and one-of-a-kind hand-crafted displays featuring elves, reindeer, forest friends, beloved children's characters, Santa himself and more, you'll feel like you've stepped into one of your favorite Christmas movies.
Stay awhile and enjoy a hot beverage, get your picture taken with Santa or write him a letter to be sent to the North Pole, and browse our gift shop for fun and unique holiday gifts.
Monday nights: Paws with Claus
We will be hosting a pet night on Monday. Bring your family pets for our drive through light show and get a pet treat for them to enjoy while they are enjoying the Christmas lights. Check out some of our products for dogs in Santa's workshop like: ornaments, dog treats, collars and more. Please note, because we serve food, our Santa's Workshop building is pet free.
Also this year Wisconsin's Christmas Carnival of Lights will be partnering this holiday season with the Ronald McDonald House Charities. Ronald McDonald House is a "home away from home" for families whose lives have been disrupted as a result of their child's illness or injury. Since their doors opened in 1984, more than 34,000 families have called the Ronald McDonald House in Milwaukee home. They offer a place to call home at little or no cost so families can stay together which helps their child heal faster. Wisconsin's Christmas Carnival of Lights will be donating $1 per car, up to 4,000 cars to the Ronald McDonald House to go towards their cause. Additionally we have donated $1,500 in certificates for families of the Ronald McDonald House to come view our holiday light show.
- October 28, 2013
We have been hard at work for the past couple weeks shutting down the park and getting the light started.
- November 11, 2013
The lights have been going up and we are still hard at work. We are so greatful that the snow has held off.
- November 25, 2013
Our little elves have been working hard to put up this years display. With a few small l finishing touches left, we will be all set for our opening this Saturday, November 30, 2013!