Winfield, KS has a beautiful mile-long Christmas display that’s a must see for your yearly family tradition!
The volunteer-run Isle of Lights features several displays PLUS an 18 foot LED-lit Christmas Tree! The tree is located by the entrance of Island Park.
Admission to Winfield’s Isle of Lights is free, but they do accept donations.
Beginning Sunday, November 19, Winfield Isle of Lights is open nightly from 6-10 p.m.
Arrive early, by 5:30 p.m., on opening day for the tree lighting ceremony with carols, cocoa, cookies.
Traditionally, this fun holiday attraction opens every year on the Sunday before Thanksgiving and goes until the end of December. This year, it will be open from November 19 through December 30 in Island Park on North Main Street in Winfield, Kansas.
On select nights, there are horse-drawn carriage rides offered for $5 per person. See below for details.
For more information, check out the Winfield Isle of Lights website.
Winfield Isle of Lights
Admission: FREE, but donations are strongly encouraged since it’s a fundraiser
Location: Island Park in Winfield, KS
Address: 200 Main St, Winfield, KS 67156
Dates: Sunday, November 19-December 30
Horse-Drawn Carriage Ride Through Winfield Isle of Lights
Ride on an open-air horse-drawn wagon through the Winfield Isle of Lights. Santa will be visiting December 8, 15, and 22!
Broken Spoke Clydesdales will be at the Isle of Lights park giving rides for many dates during the event. The carriage holds around 25 people
The cost to ride is $5 per person (cash or check only). Pick-up and drop-off is at Tires N More located at 311 Main Street.
This money does not go to the Winfield Isle of Lights, so please consider also making a donation at the Isle of Lights donation chute.
For more information on the Winfield Isle of Lights carriage rides, including specific dates you can ride, visit the Facebook event page here.