From Ogden to Spanish Fork: The Top 6 Places along the Wasatch Front to See Utah Christmas Lights
By Eric Openshaw on December 20, 2018
This article about Utah Christmas Lights is sponsored by the All-New VW Tiguan at Strong Volkswagen. Visit Strong Volkswagen in Salt Lake City for a variety of new & used cars, parts, service, and financing.
Are you looking something to do as a final way to get your Christmas spirit up before the big jolly day? Well, look no further! In our last article we told you about awesome places to see lights and be festive in Salt Lake City, but what about the rest of Northern Utah. Here are the top 6 places along the Wasatch front to see Utah Christmas lights this year in your brand new Volkswagen Tiguan from Strong VW.
Ogden’s Christmas Village is a winter wonderland that is guaranteed get you in the holiday mood with all of the Utah Christmas Lights The best part is that it’s free to walk through. And you’ll love all 70 of the Christmas cottages on display.
Roy’s municipal complex goes all out at this time of year with their decorations. They light all of the trees on the campus! You won’t want to miss this spectacular display.
3. Park City
Park City is one of the best places to experience the Christmas vibes in Utah. With its old town feel and abundance of decorations up and down Main Street, you’ll be singing carols before you know it.
4. South Jordan
At South Jordan’s Christmas in color you can drive through acres of more than 1.5 million lights. All these lights are synchronized to music that plays right on your radio as you drive through. You’ll drive by all sorts of festive holiday exhibits including giant candy canes, snowmen, lighted arch roads and more!
All of the neighborhoods around Provo are some of the most festive you will find in the state. Spend some of the remaining shopping days finding the perfect gift while checking out the incredible lights at the Shops at Riverwoods.
6. Spanish Fork
Finally, end your lighted excursion of seeing Utah Christmas lights in your new Volkswagen Tiguan by driving through Canyon View Park to see Spanish Fork’s Festival of Lights which runs through New Year’s Day.