Holiday cheer in Spanish Fork, Utah is as close downtown. For residents of Miller Meadows Manufactured Housing Community, it is a short trip form home. Take the grandkids and check out Spanish Fork's Festival of Lights which through New Years Day. This annual celebration can be found in the downtown area of Spanish Fork. For just a few dollars per carload you can enjoy a bright and colorful explosion of holiday lights. Dress warmly so you can have your windows (or car top) down to get a better view.
The creativity that goes into setting this the nearly 50 displays is nothing short of magical. Be sure to watch for the high-flying flock of geese with their 6 foot wingspan illuminated against the night sky. Also keep an eye out for the 15-foot high horse-drawn sleigh that has to be seen to be believed.
To bring out your inner child, watch for the 30-foot arch, opening onto a tunnel that leads to the Toy Castle, an amazing 33 foot tall structure flanked by 20 foot high soldiers. You will also enjoy the huge rocking horse, and a myriad of kiddie toys including a doll, a ducky pull toy, and a Jack-in-the-box.
Dinosaur lovers, will enjoy the prehistoric display including a T-Rex, stegosaurus, and a hatching dinosaur egg as big as a car. There is more wildlife including whales, swans, and a winding sea serpent. You'll find quite a variety of Christmas themed displays as well, including a nativity scene, candy canes, polar bears and the big man himself, Santa Claus. And don't miss the grand finally - a pink tree covered in thousands and thousands of lights! You might enjoy watching this video from a previous year to wet your whistle.
When you have taken in this be-lighted spectacle, you can enjoy visions of sugarplums in your own affordable manufactured home at Miller Meadows. Miller is a manufactured housing community especially for the independent lifestyle of those age 55 and over. Check out our homes for sale, as well as vacant lots where you can bring in a manufactured home you may already own into our community.