2017 Trail of Lights in Wimberley - EmilyAnn Theatre Continues Tradition for Holiday Visitors and the Wimberley Community
The 20th Annual Trail of Lights at the EmilyAnn Theatre continues what has become a Wimberley tradition. Businesses, individuals and the Wimberley community volunteer to decorate glittering holiday displays drawing visitors from all over Central Texas. Bring friends and family to stroll through six acres of trails all dressed up for the holidays!

Click here for photos from a previous Trail of Lights at the EmilyAnn Theatre.

Holiday Season, 2017

There's a frost in the air as a crowd of people gather underneath the flagpole on top of a high hill in Wimberley. The sky above. The earth below. The thrill of anticipation. A gathering of faith. The lighting of the Menorah. The breaking of the fast of Ramadan. The songs of Christmas.

On Saturday, November 25th, the Emily Ann Theatre's Tree Lighting ceremony officially opens the Trail of Lights. All of these images are brought together as the local community gathers to greet the holidays uniting their hopes for peace during this season of ultimate love.

The Trail of Lights runs through December 28th. The trail is usually open Sunday through Thursday from dusk until 9 PM, Friday and Saturday from dusk until 10.  Visiting the Trail of Lights is a fun and safe way to view Christmas lights on a walking tour that leads visitors through six acres of decorated Wonderland with Ye Olde Yule Log burning nightly as weather permits.

There is no admission to the Trail of Lights, however donations are gratefully accepted. This is a walking trail, and it is not wheelchair accessible, but we do have golf carts for handicapped individuals. It is also possible to unload people at the Yule Log. Contact our office if you will need assistance and we will be there to help you! We also have portable restroom facilities including one that is wheelchair accessible.

Come enjoy the lights...once or many times... and bring your friends and family any evening from the Saturday after Thanksgiving to New Years Day!

Article adapted from an original submission by
Wimberley author, Tess Mallory.