A family dressed in winter clothing looking up at large rocking horse in lights.

Lakeside Lights Spectacular is now open through January 15

To experience the fun of snow tubing, snowball fights and holiday treats, just head to Margaritaville now through February 25. Open daily through December, then on weekends through February 25, License to Chill Snow Island offers a winter wonderland of activities.

Blizzard Mountain’s 575-foot snow-covered multi-lane slides provide part of the fun, but there’s much more to see and do.

Through January 15, Lakeside Lights Spectacular will illuminate the shoreline between Landshark Landing and Blizzard Mountain with thousands of twinkling lights to celebrate the holidays. Traditional displays of the season are interspersed with Margaritaville-themed lighted groupings featuring sea planes, parrots and palm trees. The almost one-mile long stretch offers fire pits, s’mores kits, holiday food, hot chocolate, seasonal beverages and snacks to the backdrop of seasonal music.

Two young girls dressed in pink holding hands, ice-skating.

The outdoor skating rink is now open.

“License to Chill Snow Island is all decked out and filled with snow,” said Bucky Perry, vice president of operations for Margaritaville. “Our family entertainment includes our popular outdoor ice skating rink, a dozen carnival rides, and kids can test their skills with the snowball targets and experience the joy of building a snowman in the snow play area.”

The park’s wave pool has been converted into an expanded Snowball Alley for winter play.

For New Year’s Eve, Margaritaville will feature midnight fireworks to ring in 2024.

Landshark Bar & Grill will be open all winter, Mondays through Sundays, offering its full menu.

For more info, visit www.margaritavilleresorts.com.

A young boy dressed in orange, laid back in a black snow tube sliding down Blizzard Mountain.

A youngster enjoys a trip down Blizzard Mountain.

Photos: courtesy Margaritaville