Lake Lanier Lights



Lake Lanier Lights is a fun Christmas light display put up annually. It's not the cheapest attraction at $45/ carload, but it was cute. My friend had gone the night before and said she wanted an hour in traffic, just to get inside the park. I was a little anxious about that, but thankfully we went early enough that we only waited in line for about 10-15 minutes or so. 



It probably took about 45 minutes to wrap around the park to see all the lights. At the end, we decided to park and check out the other activities they had going on at the Lake Lanier Waterpark grounds. They turned some of the waterslides into snow slides and kids were going down the slides in tubes. They had a ferris wheel and couple other small carnival attractions, in addition to an outdoor ice skating rink, which was more like a slick plywood rink lol. I guess they lay plywood down and try to freeze a fake layer on it to create a wanna be ice rink. Love the attempt, but I wouldn't say it looked all that exciting. Nobody was really "gliding" across the ice. They were more so doing a fast paced scissor leg motion, trying to create enough speed to get from one side of the rink to the other. Too funny. 

Here's a peek of what the light show looks like. 



We enjoyed our light show and cup of hot coffee. We attempted to get a family picture with Santa, but he was booked for the next two hours. Better luck next year!

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