We have a tradition from our Sticks and Bricks house we wanted to keep when got on the road. Generally after my birthday (Dec 7th) we get done with dinner and after dark we get in our PJs and get in the car. We grab cookies and for the kids chocolate milk and the adults grab hot chocolate (peppermint of course!) and head out to look at Christmas lights.
Yogi Bear RV Resort Christmas Light Show – Nashville, Tennessee
When we were in Virginia Beach we would drive the lights on the boardwalk. Then in Pennsylvania we would head over to the Hershey Light show and this year we took in the Yogi Bear Dancing Light show right here in Nashville, Tennessee.
The lights were choreographed to music you turned your car radio to. Of COURSE, the first song when we tuned in was that dang ‘Let it go’ song from Frozen. My girls went CRAZY!
I love that they kept their music heritage in mind threw out the whole set up.
They had a couple of trees that were synced up to act like they were singing to the music, which was a great mix between classic songs and new Christmas music as well.
My kids loved the light tunnels there were 3 of them.
I want to give you a quick peak on the lights and the music check out the video.
The lights were helped to put on Fox News 17.
One of my favorite parts was the icicle forest which my kids thought was another tunnel
The last part is the biggest tunnel that changed colors as you drove through and it was awesome, the laughs from my kids made it all worth it!
At the end you can visit Santa’s Village
They had a petting zoo, Christmas movies and carnival food as well.
We didn’t get a chance to stop because it was way past the kids bed time and hubby had an early morning.
All in all this was one of my favorite light shows I have seen over the years.
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