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Kingfisher Winter Nights

Kingfisher Winter Nights

Kingfisher Winter Nights bridge

Every evening from November 27 through December 26, millions of lights are setting historic Kingfisher Park ablaze.

Walk or Drive
Drivers can cruise the winding road that weaves in and out of more than 60 lighted displays. If you would rather walk, you can choose to park your car and stroll through the historic Kingfisher Park, getting a closer look at all of the bright trees and lights displays, many of which are animated.

A Family Photo Tradition
Many visitors to Kingfisher Winter Nights come to see the famous swinging bridge spanning Uncle John’s Creek. Children and adults alike delight in walking across the old-fashioned 1903 bridge while looking over the rails to see thousands of lights reflecting off the water. Many consider it a holiday tradition to take their family picture on KWN’s Swing Bridge to use for their annual Christmas cards.

Safari Scavenger Hunt & Prize
While attending Kingfisher Winter Nights, don’t forget to pick up your copy of the Safari Scavenger Hunt (available at the Swing Bridge entrance and drive-thru entrance). Spot the animal light displays, check them off the list and return the form with your name and phone number to get a free ice cream cone coupon. You will also be entered into a weekly drawing for a gift basket of Christmas goodies!

Santa Sightings
For kids young and old who want a glimpse at Santa, the jolly old saint can often be found near the light embellished train on Santa Sighting Saturdays..

Our Location
Located only 40 minutes north of Oklahoma City and south of Enid, Kingfisher Winter Nights is sure to thrill.

Admission & Donations
Free admission draws holiday sightseers to Kingfisher, Oklahoma each year. Donations are accepted, and all proceeds are used to maintain and add to our current lighting displays.