Get into the spirit of the holidays with a drive through the beautiful light display at the Chief Logan State Park, just an hour from Charleston, WV.
Starting tomorrow, November 28, until the end of the year, the park will be transformed into a winter wonderland, with beautiful light displays that turns on when it gets dark, and stays on until 10:00 p.m.
There is also a Children’s Crafts for the Holiday Season at the Museum in the Park until December 28. This holiday-themed arts and crafts project will have children busy making ornaments, decorating toys, and designing their own holiday cards from 11 am to 2 pm. A parent or guardian must stay if their child is under 14 years.
Admission to the park and the light display is free, but donations are accepted and greatly appreciated. For more information, call the Chief Logan State Park at (304) 792-7125.