Dec 19, 2013 7:23 PM by Jeanette Trompeter
A relatively new holiday tradition in Cambria is getting rave reviews, and when you see the pictures, you can understand why. One million lights. Need I say more?
The Cambria Christmas Market runs until this Sunday, December 22nd, on the grounds of the Cambria Pines Lodge. Some 19-thousand people have paid a visit to check out the amazing light display and activities nestled among them.
It's designed in the spirit of Germany's Christmas Markets with nightly entertainment. From the Cambria Pines Lodge, you can wander Candy Cane Lane where lights sparkle a path to Cambria Nursery and Florist. Festively decorated booths feature locally made items than can help you finish up those still on your Christmas list to buy for.
There's also brats, fresh baked goods, and traditional German treats. Admission is $4 which you can buy ahead of time on line by clicking here, or you can buy them when you get there. Kids 12 and under are free. For more information click here. To check the amazing pictures, click here.
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