Come Enjoy a WinterWonderland Experience
Open Thanksgiving Day through Dec. 27th
Including Christmas Day!
*See below for pricing & other details
Recognized throughout the Pacific Northwest as the "Largest
Holiday Light Show West of the Mississippi", the 23rd
annual Winter Wonderland, powered by Comcast will grab your attention
with glimmers and glows around every corner.
Since 1993, a journey through Winter Wonderland has become a Holiday tradition
for many families, friends, and social organizations to celebrate the spirit of
the holiday season. Spectators can enjoy the most spectacular drive-through light
show in the region, viewing over 250 colorful light set pieces and many fully animated scenes
from the comfort of their own vehicle.
Over two million visitors have taken the Winter Wonderland journey since its
origin, helping to contribute over $611,000 and over 43 tons (86,000 pounds) of food to the Sunshine Division.
Best Times to See the Show
Beat the rush and enjoy the light show at your own pace!
Weekends are always popular times, as is the week of Christmas.
To avoid the crowds, plan on attending the Winter Wonderland, powered by Comcast in early December, or during week nights.
Schedule - Subject to Change
Thanksgiving (Nov 26) - Sunday Dec 27, 2015 (including Christmas night)
Saturday, Nov 28, Winter Wonderland of Lights Run (no cars allowed until 7PM)
Monday, Nov 30, Walk Night…dogs welcome (no cars allowed) $6.00* per walker over 12 (dogs are free). Benefits Pongo Fund
Monday, Dec. 7, “Bike the Lights Night” (bicycles only, no cars allowed) $6.00* per rider over 12. Benefits Bicycle Transportation Alliance (BTA)
Closed: Tues, Dec 1, Tues, Dec. 8
*Cash (or check) only - no credit cards or debit
||A Portland tradition featuring a sensational display of lights and animation spanning the track at Portland International Raceway. Enjoy the largest drive-through light show in the Northwest right from the comfort of your own car.
||Portland International Raceway (seven miles North of downtown Portland, OR, and two miles south of Vancouver, WA), Victory Blvd. Exit 306B off I-5.
Sunday - Thursday, 5 pm - 9 pm (see above for special events and closed dates)
Friday & Saturday, 5 pm - 11 pm
Car- $18, Passenger Van (8 people or more) - $20; Limo-$25;
RV/Motorhome-$25; Mini-Bus (16-25 people) - $30; Bus (26-45 people)- $45.
Special Bus Night Rates on Wednesdays: $20 for Mini-Bus and $30 for Buses
Cash (or check) only - no credit cards or debit
- No tire chains allowed on PIR track surface
- Tour groups call ahead for holiday packages -
- Food donation barrels for Portland's Sunshine Division are located
near the ticket booth entrance.
|SPECIAL EVENTS INFO:
November 28, 2015
Winter Wonderland of Lights Run Race
Click here to read one person's experience at the 2013 event, as featured in The Oregonian's OregonLive blog.
Over 1500 participants each year - Thank you for making this new event a big success!
2015 Tentative Schedule:
Registration & Packet Pick-up: 3pm- 4:45pm (pre-register)
Lil Elves (12 & under) Parade start time: 4pm
Race start time: 5pm
Race distances: 1 loop, 2 loops, or 3 loops (approx. 2 miles per loop). Must finish before 7pm*
Must register and have number displayed to be allowed on track.
*Race ends at 7pm
Winter Wonderland will re-open to cars at 7pm
November 30, 2015
Enjoy a casual festive walk, with or without a dog.
Join us Monday Nov. 30th 5-9pm. Only $6 per person - Children under 13 are free (dogs enter free, too).
A portion of the proceeds goes to the Pongo Fund Pet Food Bank, a local non-profit that supplies pet food to families that are struggling to feed their pets. Their website is thepongofund.org.
BRING PET FOOD TO DONATE! All pet food donations must be in original sealed (unopened) packages. No expired packages please. Cash donations will also be accepted. Thank you!
No cars allowed on track (free parking); enjoy the lights as you stroll around the track. Dogs must be on leash. You do not have to bring a dog to participate.
December 7, 2015
7th Annual "Bike the Lights"
Monday Dec. 7th, 2015 - 5-9 PM. $6 per person - Children under 13 are free.
A benefit for the BTA, Bicycle Transportation Alliance. $1.00 from each paid admission, on-site sales, all special raffle tickets and all cash donations go to BTA.
the family to a fun night dedicated to bicycle riding
and the bicycle community (no cars or motorized vehicles allowed on track).
required on children 16 & under (including passengers
in bike seats and trailers), and highly encouraged
for all other ages.
Proper lighting on your bike is also required please.
is plenty of free parking at Portland International
Raceway for The Bike the Lights Night. Bring the
kids and bikes, park inside PIR, and pedal around
the track to the wonder of Winter Wonderland.
those riding their bikes to PIR, the South Gate off
Denver Avenue will be open for easy bicycle access.
Please use appropriate lighting for night time riding.
people tour the show each year
250 holiday colorful light set pieces and many fully animated scenes
Showcasing the “12 Days of Christmas” and multiple themed display areas like Toyland, Candy Cane Lane, Christmas Tree Lane, Reindeer Road, Sports Corner, and many more!
In 2010 we had our 2 Millionth Visitor
One of the region's favorite holiday traditions, Winter Wonderland presented by Columbia Humane Society, powered by Comcast, welcomed its 2 millionth visitor in 2010. Morgan Hall of Beaverton was driving the winning vehicle accompanied by his wife Christina and their two young children. "We come here every year," said Hall, "but this is extra special, especially since it's the first year for our 6-month old son." The Jubitz Corporation provided a prize package for the Hall family that included a complete "Jubitz experience" - lodging, meals, movies and entertainment. Alpha Broadcasting contributed overnight accommodations at Cannon Beach at the Tolavana Inn and dinners at area restaurants.
Over 43 tons of food and $611,000 has been donated to local charities by Winter Wonderland.