Light Up the Wild at Moss Park in Orlando
Posted on: December 19, 2013
Light Up the Wild at Moss Park in Orlando

Bright House Networks and the Orange County Parks and Recreation Department want to help everyone celebrate the holidays Florida style, by offering the opportunity to see a very special holiday lighting display in one of the most unusual and primitive nature parks in Central Florida.

For just $5 per car per visit, you can drive your family and friends through Orange County Parks and Recreation’s “Light Up the Wild” display at Moss Park at 12901 Moss Park Road in Orlando. A holiday fantasy of color as the ancient oaks of Moss Park in Orlando twinkle with animated displays, Light Up the Wild runs from Dec. 19 through 23.

And from 1 to 9 p.m. on Dec. 21, Moss Park will host “Wild Santa Saturday,” including a ride in Santa’s airboat.  Bring your camera for free photos at Santa and Granny’s Gingerbread House and post a picture or video to either Twitter or Instagram of Moss Park Light Up the Wild using hashtag #KeepitBright for a chance to win a $250 gift card and Hallmark Movie Channel gift box from your friends at Bright House Networks. Full details on Light Up the Wild are available at:

More information is available online at for the official rules for the #KeepitBright contest. Starts December 19, 2013, 12:01 AM ET and ends 11:59 PM ET December 23, 2013.  Open only to legal residents of the state of Florida 18 or older, except employees of Sponsor, their immediate families and those living in the same household.  Odds of winning depend on the number of entries received. Void outside Florida and where prohibited.  A.R.V. of prize Package $- $250. Sponsor: Bright House Networks.

Brian Craven
Brian Craven

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