Mother Nature is channeling her inner Grinch this year, the lack of snow is dampening the holiday spirit for a lot of people. If you need a festive boost, consider planning a visit to Miracle at Big Rock. It's an opportunity to create lasting memories with friends and family in a festive atmosphere.

Minnesotans are crossing over to Wisconsin to check out this holiday attraction which is packed full of fun with Christmas lights, food trucks, sledding, s'mores, fireworks, and more. Learn more about this unique attraction below.

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Miracle at Big Rock is Open Until December 31.

If you're looking for a truly magical night out with your family or friends, load up the car and head to Miracle at Big Rock.

Miracle at Big Rock Features Lights, Fireworks, and Food Trucks

Minnesotans are flocking to this unique holiday attraction located right across the border. Miracle at Big Rock features Christmas lights, food trucks, sledding, s'mores, fireworks, and more. Learn more about this unique attraction below. 

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Miracle at Big Rock is located about an hour from Minneapolis and St Paul in St Croix Falls, WI.

I love taking my family to these kinds of events, and I know we'd have a fantastic time exploring the lights, eating cookies with Santa, and watching the festive fireworks display.

Minnesota's Longest Drive-Thru Christmas Light Show Is Now Open

I have gone to Minnesota's longest drive-thru Christmas light show before though. Visiting it is one of my favorite holiday traditions. Check out the photos below for a sneak peek.

For nine consecutive years, my family and I have made it a point to attend. Every Saturday after Thanksgiving, we bundle up and head over to Mankato to check out millions of mesmerizing lights and make some special memories with Santa.

Minnesota’s Longest Drive-Thru Light Show

The Kiwanis Holiday Light Display is free to the public but cash and non-perishable food donations are accepted. All money collected is given to area non-profits. Since opening in 2012 the event has raised more than $500,000 for local charities.

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