Creamy Acres Farm Night of Lights: Light Show Extravaganza


When you want a one-hit holiday pit stop, Creamy Acres Farm in Mullica Hill has everything you need to make your visit magical for the whole family. Drive through this 100-acre dairy farm transformed into a Christmas Wonderland filled with huge light displays, a Musical Dancing Tree light show, a Christmas village, concessions, a country store, and fire pits. There is no shortage of holiday fun; it’s no wonder it’s on our list of must-see light shows. (featured image taken at Creamy Acres)

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Drive-thru cheery scenes of holiday lights at this Mullica Hill farm. Photo taken at Creamy Acres

Cruise through the farm

This isn’t your typical drive-thru light show. You can decide to drive in your car or take a more unique way to see the lights—on a cozy hayride (bundle up if that’s your plan). The big event starts at the entryway with the giant Grinch inflatable, leading to The Night of Lights Light Show Extravaganza. And this year, the show is newly expanded with double the lights and scenes. You’ll go through light tunnels and slowly roll past LED scenes during the one-and-a-half-mile drive-thru that gives you an overview of the farm and the nearby Christmas village. Don’t forget to tune into their holiday radio station to keep the spirit flowing during your drive.

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Shop in the Creamy Acres store. Photo taken at Creamy Acres

Stop and shop

Once you park, you walk past the hayride pickup location and through the shop. The country shop has lots of handmade Christmas items, including wood trinkets and holiday decor like sleds and snowmen. They also sell candy, country snacks, sauces, and Christmas trees out in the front.

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The singing tree is a favorite at Creamy Acres. Photo taken at Creamy Acres

Sing along with the tree

Follow a long tunnel of rainbow lights with toy soldiers to a tunnel with a surprise—a singing tree that comes alive when you enter. This hip holiday attraction features lights, a tree belting out bubbles and holiday favorites, a disco ball, and an LED light projector. The life-size toy soldiers even slowly sway to the rhythm of Christmas tunes.

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The holiday scenes in the tunnel houses are worth the visit. Photo taken at Creamy Acres

Four tunnels of fun

Kids will love exploring the magical scenes in the four unique tunnel houses and the chance to snap photos in each spot. Grinch fans will be in awe of the Whoville house with cutouts that resemble a bustling downtown during the holidays. Next, visit the Game room house for a round of bean toss and ring the bell. The third house is a blue-hued winter forest, where it snows with powdery drifts no matter what the weather outside. If you want to take some photos, the snowmen cutouts and the winter wonderland bench are perfect spots. And finally, the Santa Claus house has little red and green desks for kids to write letters to Santa. There are also reindeer and snowmen displays, and of course, the star of the show—St. Nick—ready for a photo op with the kids.

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Clause’s Cafe will fill you up with all of the holiday fun. Photo taken at Creamy Acres

Treats for all

If your crew is hungry, there are a few options for grabbing a snack or eating a heartier meal. Clause’s Cafe is an outdoor dining experience with choices like fried flounder combos, soup, and sides with booth and table-style seating under heat lamps. For a treat, the bakery has yummy festive treats like cupcakes, hot cocoa, coffee, and cider. Kids will love the food truck serving chicken fingers, french fries, and funnel cake. You can also buy a s’mores kit for the fire pits outside or snacks like popcorn to go with the Christmas classic movies playing at the farm.

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The winter forest gives off a blue glow. Photo taken at Creamy Acres

What to know before you go

The Christmas Village is a smooth surface, but once you go outside, it’s all rocks, which is tricker for strollers to handle, so a baby carrier or all-terrain wagon might be an easier option. Throughout the village, Christmas characters like elves, Olaf, and even a winter princess walk around taking photos with families. This farm is ideal for large families of all ages because the ticket includes a light show and village. The drive-thru is $35 per vehicle online and $40 at the gate. The hayride is $18 per person and free for guests under 2 years of age (these should be purchased ahead of time since they sell out). The Night of Lights Light Show Extravaganza at Creamy Acres Farm will run until December 23, 2023.

For more information, visit the Creamy Acres Farm websiteFacebook, and Instagram.

Creamy Acres Farm
448 Lincoln Mill Road
Mullica Hill, NJ 08062
(856) 223-1669

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About Author

Melanie Bodner has always had a love for writing, but now she has a new love…being a mom. Before having her kids, Melanie was no stranger to writing or working with children. She wrote for a local newspaper as a reporter and taught English and Dance in a public school. Now Melanie enjoys spending time with her kids, doing yoga, writing and decorating her home. Check out her Instagram @burlapbythebeach.