Lake Compounce – New England’s Family Holiday Park HOLIDAY LIGHTS
Lake Compounce will be open Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights November 28th through December 21st. Fridays are 5-9pm and Saturdays and Sundays are 4-9pm.
The park is filled with thousands of lights and holiday decorations and geared towards families with children of all ages.
Promo Code – HOLIDAY2014 (Expires 12/21/14)
Adult admission is $14.99 plus tax ($10.99 with Promo Code)
Child admission (10 years old an younger) $10.99 plus tax
Seniors (60+) $10.99 plus tax
Admission is free with a 2014 or 2015 Platinum Pass
Buy a 2015 Platinum Pass and receive FREE admission to Holiday Lights! For $74.99+tax, enjoy unlimited 2015 admission, 2014/2015 Holiday Lights entry, 2015 Haunted Graveyard (park admission only), Bring-a-Buddy for Less days, early water park admission, 10% off food & retail, and $200 in exclusive Season Pass holder savings! Kids 3 and under get FREE admission all year round.
* Limited $74.99+tax price is not available in 2 or 6 payment options.
Every 30 minutes there is a spectacular light show at the main entrance. My kids refer to it as dancing lights. We have been to dancing light displays before but this is a unique experience to be completely surrounded in all directions by the dancing lights.
Each night there is an ice carver making a giant ice creation.
Holiday carolers performing throughout the park as well as nightly appearances by costumed guests including the Lake Compounce Mascot – Kyle the Crocodile!
Nightly activities (for a small fee) include letters to Santa, Pictures and Meet and Greet with Santa, Gingerbread House Making, Cookie Decorating and more.
Some childrens’ and family rides are open: Kiddieland rides as well as the Carousel, Train, American Flyers, Ghost Hunt, Zoomer’s Gas N’ Go, and Bumper Cars.
Winter themed food such as Egg Nog, Hot Chocolate, Soup in a Bread Bowl, milk and cookies are available for purchase. My daughter’s favorite was absolutely the sugar cookie s’mores!
We had a terrific time attending this event. The weather was cold but not as cold as it easily could have been. We arrived as soon as the park was opening on opening night. It wasn’t quite dark yet and it was amazing to see how different it looks in the winter. We had a great time. This was our first time attending such a holiday event so we didn’t realize any rides would be open. There were just enough rides open to keep the kids entertained and thrilled. However, they would have been just as thrilled to simply enjoy walking around taking in all the lighting displays, Santa, caroling and hot cocoa. The evening was quite memorable and I highly recommend it to anyone in the area of Bristol CT.
186 Enterprise Drive
Bristol CT 06010
Lake Compounce has partnered with Pink’s Hot Dogs, a Hollywood Legend since 1939, to open an in-park location across from the Carousel this May. Pink’s Hot Dogs was titled the number one hot dog stand in a list of the ‘Top Ten Hot Dog Stands in the U.S.’ by Fox News. The eminent hot dog stand attracts celebrities such as, Jay Leno and Martha Stewart, and Food Network superstars – Giada de Laurentiis and Guy Fieri. Connect with Pink’s Hotdogs on Facebook
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