If you are from or will be visiting the Dallas/ Fort Worth area this holiday season then you must see the amazing lights display, Prairie Lights powered by Gexa Energy, in the city of Grand Prairie. This awesome 4 million lights set along 2 miles of path will be sure to please your entire family!
We had so much fun looking at the creative light displays! I ended up taking over 200 pictures! Check out some of our favorites.
Half way through the drive we got out to play in the Holiday Village. Here we got to get on some free rides, take pictures with Santa, get some hot chocolate and kettle corn from concessions, check out some gift shops and enjoy 2 more lighted attractions.
Towards the end of the Prairie Lights we got to drive through world’s largest light tunnel! This was one of our favorite parts!
I hope you get the chance to experience Prairie Lights powered by Gexa Energy for yourself! I know this will be a family tradition added to our holiday season!
Hours of Operation
Thanksgiving Night – New Year’s Eve
(Nov. 28 – Dec. 31)
Due to the high volume of cars on weekends, please allow for an extra hour to get through the park.
Sunday – Thursday
6 – 9 p.m.
Friday – Saturday
6 – 10 p.m.
Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve,
Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve
Admission for cars is $20 Monday-Thursday (non-holidays) and $30 Friday-Sunday and holidays.
Tickets for Holiday Magic Live! are $5 for adults and $3 for children.
For the Holiday Magic Lights Walk-Through Forest, adult tickets are $3 and $2 for children.
Save on combo tickets for both – $7 for adults, $4 for children.
Carnival rides are free.
There is a small charge for pictures made with Santa.
VISA and MasterCard are accepted at the admission gate and in Holiday Village.
For more information on Prairie Lights Powered by Gexa Energy, call 972-237-GLOW (4569) or go to www.prairielights.org/.
For more information on Gexa Energy, call 866-517-4427 or go to www.GexaEnergy.com.
Disclosure: I received admission mentioned above for free. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.