1. Dahlonega, Georgia
Dahlonega’s Old Fashioned Christmas lasts until New Year’s and includes caroling, entertainment, wine sampling, and more. For more information, go to firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Natchitoches, Louisiana
The Natchitoches Christmas Festival has evolved since it began in 1927 into a six-week long Christmas Season. The Christmas Season begins on the Saturday before Thanksgiving and concludes on January the 6th, the Epiphany. Over 300,000 lights and 100 plus set pieces are on display every night at dusk.
3. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Enjoy the beach along with lots of lights and Christmas festivities, including Nights of A Thousand Candles at Brookgreen Gardens. More info here.
4. Lewisburg, West Virginia
Join the traditions at The Greenbrier, including tree decorating, crafts, entertainment and much more. More info here.
5. Pine Mountain, Georgia
Head to Pine Mountain at Callaway Resort & Gardens for Fantasy in Lights, one of National Geographic’s Top 10 Light Displays in the world. More info here.