Oregon’s Largest Park To Host 42nd Annual Christmas Festival in 2019

by | Nov 18, 2019 | Christmas, Entertainment, Family Fun, Featured, Festivals, Holidays, News, Travel, Western Oregon

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One of our most favorite places to get in the holiday spirit and celebrate is held at one of Oregon's most beloved places, Silver Falls State Park. Every year the largest state park in Oregon transforms into a winter wonderland, complete with decorated trees and thousands of lights.

Come find Santa and join the festival which includes live music, free refreshments, wreath making, building gingerbread houses, holiday lights, and awe-inspiring winter hikes around the gorgeous waterfalls.

The event is free, but parking is $5 per vehicle. Guests also have the option of buying an annual state park parking pass, on sale for $25 during the month of December.

The 42nd year of the popular Christmas Festival will be held on Saturday and Sunday, December 14 and 15 from 10 am to 4 pm.

The event will be split between the South Falls Day-Use Area and the Silver Falls Conference Center. Parking at the Conference Center is limited, so a free shuttle will be running between the two locations from 10 am until 4:15 pm.

Check back here for a more detailed description of the event later in November! You can also reach the park at (503) 874-0201 for more info.

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Written By Tyler James

Tyler James, founder of That Oregon Life, is a true Oregon native whose love for his state runs deep. Since the inception of the blog in 2013, his unbridled passion for outdoor adventures and the natural beauty of Oregon has been the cornerstone of his work. As a father to two beautiful children, Tyler is always in pursuit of new experiences to enrich his family’s life. He curates content that not only reflects his adventures but also encourages others to set out and create precious memories in the majestic landscapes of Oregon. Tyler's vision and guidance are integral to his role as publisher and editor, shaping the blog into a source of inspiration for exploring the wonders of Oregon.

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