Take your family on a road trip to experience the beautiful and magical, free light displays throughout Southeast Kansas. Some of these, in communities you’ve probably never heard of, are going to surprise you.
NOTE: Markers on the map note host communities, not exact locations.
Chanute’s Christmas in the Park includes more than 20 displays featuring nearly 500,000 lights. There is a synched radio channel that follows Santa Claus through several songs.
Located in Katy Park, which is at the east end of Main Street in downtown Chanute.
Coffeyville’s Candy Cane Lane is a long tradition of Christmas lights and holiday decorations in the Evergreen Drive neighborhood.
Located around 200 Evergreen Drive, Coffeyville. For updates, follow Candy Cane Lane of Coffeyville.
Fort Scott’s Christmas in the Park is open to the public with lights and decorations throughout the beautiful and historic Gunn Park. Open nightly December 10th through the 31st.
Located in Gunn Park, 1010 Park Avenue, Fort Scott.
Pittsburg’s The Christmas Shoppe lets visitors explore their grounds free of charge from dark to 8 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday.
While in town, be sure to check out the lights in Downtown Pittsburg.
Located at The Christmas Shoppe, 1608 West 4th Street, Pittsburg.
Sedan’s Christmas in the Hollow looks like a set from a Hallmark Christmas movie. Enjoy a walk through light displays at this small town park that includes a small waterfall and a short boardwalk.
Located in Hollow Park, 108 Sherman St, Sedan. For updates follow Christmas in the Hollow.