This is the inaugural season for a massive holiday display in Victor.
ROC Lights at Victor Hills has been in the works for over a year, showcasing around one million lights on the course.
“It takes about 25 to 30 minutes to get through and there’s a bunch of different theme sets and visual effects,” said Michael Broker, Managing Member of ROC Lights at Victor Hills.
Roughly 300 trees are wrapped in lights and there are 18 different light displays lining a 1.5 mile route through the Victor Hills Golf Course.
Broker said the idea came from another golf course in Pennsylvania and it aims to give parents a central place to drive around and see lights.
“So I kind of thought that it would be something that the community would enjoy. You can kind of come to one place and see a really elaborate light show,” said Broker.
After driving through the light show, people can enjoy the s’mores garden, snacks, and a stop to see Santa before leaving.
Entry to this site is $25 per car and you can see the lights 7 days a week, except Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. It’s open from 5-9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and 5-10 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
— SPECTRUM NEWS