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The lights open at 6 pm on the Saturday before Thanksgiving, then are on nightly 6-11 pm through December 31.
No, it is free to drive or walk through the lights. Donations are merrily accepted at the exit of the lights.
The Yukon Express picks up passengers in Chisholm Trail Park, located at:500 W VandamentYukon, OK 73099
Admission is $5 per person. The train runs nightly from 6 to 10 pm.
Contact Claudia Krshka with Yukon Parks and Recreation at 405-350-5976.
Contact Dana at Yukon City Hall, 405-354-1895. Planning and ordering of new displays normally occurs in the early spring.
The maximum height limit is 13 feet and 5 inches to be able to pass through the three-park complex.
To volunteer for a Christmas in Yukon event or to accept donations in the park, contact Parks and Recreation at 405-350-8937.
Yes, a concession area is set up by the train depot inside Chisholm Trail Park, located at:500 W VandamentYukon, OK 73099
For the animated RGB area, tune in to 106.1 FM. Otherwise, listen to Magic 104.1 KMGL, which Christmas in the Park is a presenting sponsor of Christmas music!
Contact Jason Worden with Park Maintenance at 405-318-6130.