Princess Castle Light Display

Lights at the Oregon Garden Resort

Presented by Power Kia

We invite guests of the Resort to celebrate the magic of the holidays with thousands of Christmas lights, cozy fire pits, vendor booths and more in a safe, intimate setting while social distancing.

For your safety, the light display will be a one-way path surrounding the Resort’s main lodge and winding through its grounds, with a reduced number of guests, and there will be increased sanitization procedures for all shared areas. Masks will be required for all employees and guests while in the light display area.

ALMOST 1 MILLION LIGHTS!

The magical candy cane tunnel of lights will return, along with Whoville, Rainbow Land, giant ornaments and more. There will be covered areas, heaters and fire pits to keep everyone warm and dry, along with gluhwein (mulled wine), beer from 10 Barrel Brewing and other traditional German drinks and sweets. Santa will be at the light display most nights ready to take pictures 6 feet apart and with masks.

This event is cashless and will feature many beloved light displays from Christmas in the Garden, along with Christmas music and a few vendor booths. Ice skating and snowless tubing will not be available for guest safety.

TICKETS

Lights at the Oregon Garden Resort is only accessible to guests of the Oregon Garden Resort.

HOTEL OVERNIGHT STAYS

For more information about booking a Christmas rate, visit our Lodging page. We recommend booking early as we anticipate selling out.

The Christmas rate must be booked directly through the Oregon Garden Resort, either online or by calling 800-966-6490, not a third party site. If you have an existing reservation, but do not know if you are booked on a Christmas rate, please call to confirm: 800-966-6490.

Hotel guests will still have access to the Lights during Oregon’s two-week COVID-19 freeze.

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Tickets will not be sold to the general public.

FOOD & BEVERAGE

Dining is presented by 10 Barrel Brewing!

At Lights, we will have traditional German foods (German sausages, pretzels, schnitzel sandwiches, fondue plates and more) along with alcoholic (hot cocoa with a shot, craft beer from 10 Barrel Brewing and gluhwein) and non-alcoholic beverages.

During Oregon’s two-week COVID-19 freeze, you will need to take food and drinks back to your hotel room to enjoy. Starting December 3rd, you will be able to enjoy your food and drinks outside.