Enjoy Marble Falls’ Walkway of Lights
Dec 4, 2019
Getting out with friends and family to create memories is often one of the most important parts of celebrating the holidays. This season, visit Marble Falls for the spectacular 29th annual Walkway of Lights, which marks the start of the holiday season for many in Texas Hill Country.
Enjoy the spectacular view of more than two-million dazzling lights as you stroll along the path that meanders through Lakeside Park. Just minutes from Gregg Ranch, which is Marble Falls’ 240-acre, master-planned community that is coming in 2020, the Walkway of Lights is expected to attract hundreds this season.
The Walkway of Lights is open every evening until New Year’s Day. Public parking is available at Lakeside Park and alongside roads in downtown. Strollers are always welcome, but pets are not.
Don’t miss stopping by Santa Land, which has activities for children and photo opportunities for you to capture holiday fun. Fridays through Sundays, Santa is there for pictures with children and their families. Nonprofit organizations have volunteers available to take your pictures, which are free, however donations are encouraged! A concession stand is run by nonprofit organizations where you can grab a hot chocolate and other delicious holiday treats.
Get the family together for this wonderful community tradition that is the pride and joy of Marble Falls’ holiday season.
Dates: Daily through Jan. 1, 2020.
Times: 6-10 p.m.
Santa photos: Friday-Sunday.
Admission: Free. Donations are encouraged for concessions.
Gregg Ranch, in charming Marble Falls, Texas northwest of Austin, is a 240-acre master-planned community that is anticipated to be home to approximately 700 single-family and 250 multi-family residences. A central community area, with outdoor pool, ramada, barbecue area, shaded play area, bocce ball and horseshoe pits, is planned. Gregg Ranch outdoor amenities include 5.5 miles of jogging and biking trails throughout the community plus a dog park. The community, at State Routes 281 and 71, is a short drive to Lake Marble Falls, Lake LBJ and the famed Texas Lake and Hill Country. Visit http://greggranch.com/ to learn more.