Well last night we went to the Ashtabula Mall to see Santa and tell him what I want Matt wants for Christmas ... Lego's and Drums.....had something to eat and drove down to Lake Shore Park for the 4th annual Lights On The Lake.
Now if you have never been to this event or even heard of it here is the website check it out Lights on the Lake The site has maps, photos, story's, and a little about the people who put this on every year at Lake Shore Park in Ashtabula Ohio.
I didn't have any idea we were going to go to it last night so I didn't have my camera ....but I had my phone so I shot a few pics with it.....they are not the greatest but you get the idea......You have to see this in person to really get the full effect and what went into putting this together they did a great job.....
admission to Ashtabula County's Lights on the Lake is only $5.00 per vehicle at the gate.
|Experience over 70 displays on LakeshorePark's 54 acres of rolling hills and majestic Lake Erie backdrop. This holiday light attraction with some displays "as big as a truck", is great for creating family memories and family fun. Make it an annual family tradition to enjoy professional light displays in a beautiful picturesque setting.|
Hours of Operation
|Friday, Saturday, Sunday following Thanksgiving thru New Year's Eve - 6:00pm to 9:30pm|
|Ashtabula County's Lights on the Lake was incorporated on July 27, 2005 as an Ohio Corporation. Its purpose is to develop and run a driving tour at Lakeshore Park - Ashtabula, Ohio featuring holiday lighting displays. This organization is non-profit, non-political, charitable, non-sectarian, non-racial and tax exempt 501 (c)(3) Corporation. All of its members are volunteers and do not receive any remuneration for the work they do for ACLOTL.|
So if your in the area and want to have some fun load up your car with friends and family and for only $5.00 you can see a great light display on the lake........peace zane