More than 1,500 luminaries will line more than 3 miles of hiking trails and over 1 mile of paved accessible walking paths. The sledding hill will be lit for sledding. Due to lake ice and ski trail conditions, candlelit cross-country skiing, ice skating and kicksledding will not be available at this event this year.
Enjoy candlelight hiking, snowshoeing, sledding a lit hill and food trucks.
Date: Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018, 6-9 p.m.
Location: Visitor Center, Lebanon Hills Regional Park Event Map
Admission: $5/person. Tickets at the door only. Ages 5 and younger are free.
Cash payment is preferred, checks and credit cards (Visa, Mastercard and Discover) will be accepted.
Plan ahead to fast-track the admissions line. Bring cash for ticket payment and a signed Event Waiver for each person attending.
Free parking is available onsite or at Woodcrest Church (525 Cliff Road) with a free shuttle to and from the event. Shuttle rides will start at 5:45 p.m. The last shuttle ride back to the Woodcrest Church leaves the Lebanon Hills Visitor Center at 9:45 p.m.
Hot concessions will be available to purchase from food trucks.
What to bring
Bring your own sled, snowshoes and ski/treking poles to hike with. Snowshoe and ski pole rental will also be available for an additional fee. The last rental of the night goes out at 8 p.m. Dogs, except for assistance and guide dogs, are not permitted at the event.
There is a need for volunteer candle lighters and other event volunteers. All volunteers receive free event admission and a hot thank-you dinner.