Where to see Christmas lights in Northwest Arkansas in 2022

Where to See Christmas Lights in Northwest Arkansas

Take a drive around Northwest Arkansas to enjoy all the holiday lights! Here’s a list of where to see them. For a printer-friendly version of this list, CLICK HERE to see our 2022 Holiday Events Guide printable, sponsored by Riverside Festival of Lights. 

Riverside Festival of Lights, Riverside Entertainment will be hosting the first  Riverside Festival of Lights located at 17023 Chamber Springs Rd in Siloam Springs. Festival of Lights begins on November 25th and includes acres of lights, a manger scene, horse-drawn carriage rides, a 30-foot lighted snowman, a kids’ train, photo opportunities with Santa, hot chocolate, Santa’s workshop, and a dedication to all Servicemen and women and first responders. There will be more surprises to come, so visit often! Cost is $5 per head or a max of $25 for a carload of up to 10 people! Perfect for date nights and for large group outings, too!

Lights of the Ozarks, downtown Fayetteville Square. “Lighting Night” happens Nov. 18th with a parade followed by lights coming on at 6 p.m. The Lights of the Ozarks will light the square each evening from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. through New Year’s Day.

Downtown Bentonville Square. Saturday, Nov. 19; Event begins at 4. Lights come on at 6 p.m.

Stewart Family Christmas Light Display. 4279 E. Wyman Road, Fayetteville. Open Nov 18-Jan. 3, 2023. Five million lights hundreds of tons of inflatables. Train Rides, Camel Rides, Pony Rides, and Food Trucks. Nov. 17 is “Light the Night for All Abilities.” Free admission, 5-10 p.m. This is the preseason night set aside for families with individuals who have a disability. Typically, admission is $8 per person. Nov. 18 regular season starts; 5-10pm weekdays; 5-11pm weekends.

Great Passion Play Lights Drive-Through, Eureka Springs, starts Thanksgiving night, Nov. 26. Thursdays through Sundays through New Year’s Day. Enjoy a forest of hundreds of Christmas trees on the way to see the Christ of the Ozarks statue. Dark until 8 p.m.

Dye Family Christmas-Cloverdale Lights. Starts Thanksgiving night, Nov. 24, 5:30 p.m. to midnight, 10537 Oak Tree Circle, Rogers. Family light show is sequenced to music and uses new technology lighting.

McKim Family Lights. Starts the night after Thanksgiving. 3506 Hamm Lane, Springdale. Lights are on Sunday-Thursday 5:30 pm-9 pm, Friday-Saturday 5:30-10 Tune to FM 91.1 to hear the music.

Lights on Driftwood. A Holiday Light Show located at 326 Driftwood Dr. in Farmington Ar. With a display of over 70,000 lights all synced and dancing to music. Tune to radio station 100.5FM or just roll down your windows.

For a printer-friendly version of this list, CLICK HERE to get our free printable, sponsored by Riverside Festival of Lights!