Walking in a Winter Wonderland returns to Clearbrook Park

walking in a winter wonderland

Frederick County Parks and Recreations annual Walking in a Winter Wonderland opened last night and will remain open nightly through January 1.

The dazzling display spans the 0.5 mile path at Clearbrook Park with hundreds of thousands of Christmas lights, displays, and a display synchronized with music.

Make sure to keep your eyes peeled for nightly appearances from Santa and Mrs. Claus.

Tickets are available for purchase online or with a credit card at the gate with a portion of the sales going to the Chain of Checks campaign.

Advance ticket sales are encouraged as walk-up entry is not guaranteed.

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Walking in a Winter Wonderland

We were back with our fun squad from Frederick County Parks & Recreation – Tony Baker & Sarah Young – to get all the details about winter programs & activities, Story Walk at Bowman Library and Rose Hill Park, plus Walking in a Winter Wonderland that opens at Clear Brook Park on Friday, November 26, 2021.

Tickets will be required in advance again this year for the month-long event and there will be three different time slots available for visitors. Get more information & tickets on their website: fcprd.net

Tony also told us about the Thanksgiving Day 5K. Registration is currently open but the $25 fee will increase on November 23, 2021. Get details here: runatthetop.net

C-Cap receive a sizable donation from Clearbrook

contactless tax payments

Clearbrook Park’s annual holiday  light show, Walking in a Winter Wonderland, drew over 23,000 visitors.

Even with a COVID-19 restriction on the number of people at a time allowed in.

The event was able to donate Over $17 hundred in first day ticket sales to Congregational Community Action Project (C-Cap) of Winchester.

The donation will go toward the purchase of a truck so C-Cap can better serve the community.

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