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Festival Of Lights-chickasaw
Photo By Patrick Booth

  • Title: Festival Of Lights-chickasaw
  • State/Province/Region: Oklahoma
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Oklahoma city
  • Nearest Town: Chickasaw
  • Brief Directions: great display for the holidays
  • Notes: be patient-lots of people visit
  • Best Season: Winter
  • Description: each year Shannon park and the city of Chickasaw Oklahoma put on the festival of lights. The display is amazing and you have the option of walking around the park or driving. Expect long lines but it is well worth the wait.
  • Gear: Canon rebel ti,75-mm-300mm lens
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