CHIEF LOGAN STATE PARK — It’s that time of year again when the lights glow so brightly in Chief Logan State Park.
Logan County’s annual holiday lights festival, Christmas in the Park, opened to motorists Thursday
The Christmas lights attraction has been popular for many years and motorists travel from all across West Virginia and the tri-state area to see the exhibits.
Several volunteers have worked tirelessly to make sure everything is ready for tomorrow night’s big opening.
Christmas in the Park runs runs through the New Year.
Christmas in the Park is free to motorists, but there will be volunteers at the entrance to the park collecting donations to help pay for the cost of the electicity needed to run the attraction.
For those who don’t have transportation to Chief Logan State Park, Tri-River Transit will provide people the opportunity to see the lights display on the following Saturdays: November 26, December 3, Dec. 10 and Dec. 17. It will be necessary to reserve seats on the buses in advance.
For reservations, please call Tri-River Transit at 304-824-2944 no later than the Thursday before each Saturday.
Pickup locations will be at the Tri-River Transit office at Lincoln Plaza in West Hamlin, the Logan Park and Ride and at Magic Mart in Danville.
Departure times will be 5 p.m. each evening and the ride will cost each person $5 for the round trip.