Christmas Magic: A Festival of Lights

Christmas Magic 2019

A Festival of Lights!

Christmas Magic is a 0.5 mile long walking trail (accessible to anyone) that meanders through 600,000 Christmas lights, holiday scenes and five enclosed heated pavilions. The spirit of the Holiday is displayed by using animation, displays, Santa Claus, food from Brown’s Orchards at the Friends Food Stand & Brickers, G-gauge train display, and a second train display. The trail sits among a mature oak forest nestled on a quiet mountaintop.

November 29th – December 31st

Monday through Thursday  6 to 9 p.m.
Friday, Saturday, Sunday 5 to 9 p.m.
Note: Fridays through Sundays will require a pre-purchased timed ticket for entry. No walk-ins permitted on those days.
Closed December 24 and 25

Rocky Ridge County Park
3699 Deininger Road, York

For tickets and info, visit

Call the informational line (717) 840-7440 for trail updates and closings.

Advanced tickets: Timed tickets will be able to be purchased online, in person at John Rudy- Monday-Friday from 8:30-4:30 pm, or over the phone at 717-840-7440.

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Question of the Day

Dec 6

Q: In 1965 an astronaut smuggled a sandwich onto his spacecraft. What kind was it? A: Corned beef

Dec 5

Q: Scientists want to use parts of this critter to create a bio-degradable plastic substitute… A: Crustaceans (shells from the crabs, lobsters, shrimp we eat)

Dec 4

Q: 42,000 animals of this kind are on a dating app in the U.K… A: Cows