Delaware County families have begun their December pilgrimage to Rose Tree Park for the Annual Festival of Lights...a twinkling holiday home for beloved children's characters, Santa, and even a few Victorian carolers.

Those of us who work at Destination Delco are very lucky. Our Tourism offices are located in one of three historic buildings on the grounds of Rose Tree Park.  And while it is beautiful year round, Christmas is when this County park really tugs at your heart.  


More than 100,000 lights twinkle on at 5:30pm each day, and twinkle off at 9:30.

The Park's central square, where a huge American Flag floats overhead and a new Vintage Clock Tower was recently installed - anchors the Festival. While holiday faves like Charlie Brown, Lucy, and Frosty pose nearby...

Christmas lights are also strung around the Park's Gazebo and Santa  and his reindeer ride the crest of a nearby hill.

Bringing thoughts of Charles Dickens to mind, are the wood crafted Victorian carolers, created many years ago by Williamson Trade School students.

Opening Ceremonies are Friday, December 1st at 7:00 p.m.
Enjoy a welcome from County Council, the music of the Springton Lake Middle School Select Choir, plus complimentary cocoa from Acme & the arrival of Santa!
IF YOU'RE ABLE, BRING AN UNWRAPPED TOY FOR A LOCAL FAMILY.

LOCATION: ON OUR MAIN STREETS
Presented by Delaware County Parks & Recreation
Delaware County Parks & Recreation Website
610-891-4455