Welcome to our website!
We are proud to present this website where you can learn more about us, see our displays, and even help to support the Lights of the Delta.
We are the largest lighting display in the Mid-South with 6 million lights and 48 + major motion displays on a 40 acre drive thru site.
Enjoy your visit.
Our hearts are Saddened
On December 31st, we lost a friend and valued member of our Lights of the Delta family, Chuck Tice. He was a long time supporter, volunteer, and board member. Those who stopped at Jingle Bell Park probably interacted with Chuck some way or another as he directed traffic and helped to keep people safe during their visit. He will truly be missed. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family in this time of sorrow.
Another Successful Year!!
We want to take this opportunity to thank each of you who visited this year for helping us make it another successful year. We seen new sponsors come on board, a new custom display, old displays come back after being refurbished, hayride reservations go online and be tremendously successful, Our Twinkle Fun Run/Walk was successful despite the weather. Believe it or not plans are already beginning for the 2016 addition of the Lights. Come back often or check us out on Facebook to keep up with our preparations. We have some exciting changes being planned for this year. We can give you the projected dates so you can get your calendar marked and begin to play your visit. Thanks again. See ya in November.
3rd Annual Twinkle Fun Run/Walk
Details will be made available
Grillin' With Santa
This year's opening night activities included Hot dogs, Hamburgers, Carolers, and more. Details for 2016 will be made available.
The website for Santa photos will be the same as last year. Here is the new site. bhs.ffanow.org Enjoy the photos of your visit with Santa.
Preparing for your visit: As you prepare to visit the lights check out our page that offers suggestions to make your visit more enjoyable.
Check out our presence on Facebook
We are continually trying to improve our presence with the social media and trying to convince Santa to get with the Twitter age.