Lazy Acres Farm Fun
Lazy Acres in Lights!
LAZY ACRES IN LIGHTS IS OPEN THANKSGIVING
THROUGH CHRISTMAS NIGHT. CLOSED CHRISTMAS EVE.
WE MAY AT TIMES BE FORCED TO CLOSE OR SWITCH TO DRIVE THRU DUE TO RAINY WEATHER. PLEASE CALL BEFORE YOU COME!
Wagon Ride Nights 6:00-10:00 p.m.
Admission $10/person (plus tax). Kids 2 and under are free.
If you have children or you're just a child at heart, these are the nights for you. There is so much more to experience on wagon ride nights. Come in and let us do the driving so that everyone can enjoy all of the sights and sounds of Lazy Acres in Lights from our tractor drawn wagon rides. The farm is covered with lights and scenes of joy. Kids of all ages will love dancing with our costumed characters at Dancer's Disco Deck, creating something special with our Elves in Santa's Workshop, and playing reindeer games at Hoops in the Coop. Our 100' Mississippi Mine Slide is open on tractor ride nights, however, our Jumping Pillow is closed (the dew at night makes it too slippery to jump). There's so much to see and do at Lazy Acres in LIGHTS! Oh yeah...don't forget to stop by Santa's Barn for a visit with jolly ole St. Nick and enjoy a meal at Mrs. Claus' kitchen. Please note Santa's hours are 6 to 9 pm. Also, Santa is NOT available on Christmas night.
Drive Thru Nights 6:00-9:00 p.m.
Admission $20/car; $30 passenger vans (No Buses!)
Drive through the light display in the comfort of your own vehicle and then visit our gift shop for a taste of good ole hot chocolate. Our outdoor attractions, concessions area, and Santa's workshop are closed on drive thru nights.
Home of Mississippi's largest hand painted nativity!
See Mississippi's largest hand-painted nativity scene. Mary and Joseph (pictured at left) are kneeling and they are nearly 11 feet tall.
Back by popular demand on Fridays and Saturdays, our animated Santa and Rudolph characters share the true meaning of Christmas on a grand scale.
Feeling a little blue?
Beware the Grinch!
Visit with Santa in his barn!
Ride and Seek...
Can you find all 9 tiny reindeer hidden throughout our display?