Winfield Isle of Lights | Open Nightly Through December 30th

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Winfield Lights

Beginning November 20, 2022 Winfield transitions their wonderful Island Park, to a drive-through Holiday light fun family experience that is currently in it’s 29th year. Isle of Lights boasts over a mile long drive that accompanies with 93.9 FM to play Christmas music that is paired to some of the lights. 

Your family will love seeing the variety of light displays. Our family favorites included Wizard of Oz themes, 12 Days of Christmas, Patriotic, and lights reflecting off the water that surrounds the park. 

Winfield Lights

My tween children exclaimed “Whoa Bruh, this was awesome!” and “My eyes can’t see everything I want to see!” We went through the park twice so that we could fully appreciate all of the light displays.

Location:

Winfield is just 45 minutes from east Wichita, and Island Park is located at the north end of Winfield as Highway 77 turns in to Main Street. 

Cost:

This is a FREE family activity with a donation box at the end of the experience.

Hours:

It is open from November 20, 2022-December 30, 2022 from 6:00 pm-10:00 pm nightly. Prepare for a bit of wait time to access the park as the display attracts a crowd.

While you’re in Winfield:

Hit up the local Gambino’s and order some delicious pizza or cheese sticks to munch on while you drive through the park. Or, if you’re in the mood for burgers, go to Burger Station and get their famous burgers with fried onions, but they’re closed on Sundays, and you will need to get there early since they close at 7. However, if you’re interested in a sit down meal, check out Shindig’s in the old train station located just south of Island Park. It serves unique upscale bar food that the whole family will love.

This post was originally written in 2020, but has been updated for 2022!

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Amy is a lifelong Wichita-area resident, with the exception of her college and grad school years. Amy has worked as a pediatric physical therapist for a local non-profit organization during her 22 year career. She married Brett, a youth pastor turned special education teacher and coach, and can be seen supporting Andover Middle School with her two boys, aged 11 & 9, only 18 months apart! They keep her occupied in athletic activities . When she isn't busy momming, she likes to go for walks in her neighborhood.

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