The world's largest Christmas tree has been lit for the 2021 holiday season! Over the Thanksgiving weekend on "Black Friday" (11-26-21) the tree made its official debut as thousands of spectators attended "Enid Lights Up the Plains" in downtown Enid, OK. The event included live music, a parade, ice skating, food trucks, a holiday market and they lit "The One" Christmas tree and there were even fireworks!

So just how big is the tree? It's a whopping 140 feet tall and has 20,000 lights on it. This makes it the world's largest fresh-cut Christmas tree and it's right here in Oklahoma. It's a part of "The One," a special holiday happening that features concerts, arts and crafts, bands, plays, church services, show choirs, live performances of all kinds, and you can see the largest Christmas tree in the world. It's just a short drive away. Enid, OK. is only a 2 and 1/2 hour drive from Lawton, Fort Sill.

"The One" holiday event in Enid will be open until after New Year's ending on Thursday, January 6th (01-06-22). Here's the best part, it's FREE TO ATTEND. That's right it's totally free! You can click here to see all the events they have scheduled and start making plans to make the trip to Enid, OK. for "The One."

Click here to get all the details about The One and this special Christmas event. It's great that we're seeing all these holiday happenings return in 2021 after all the cancellations last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. A little closer to home the Lawton Chamber of Commerce and the Lawton Fort Sill Convention and Visitors Bureau present the "Holiday in the Park" located at Elmer Thomas Park in Lawton, OK.

New to Holiday in the Park for 2021 there's ice skating! A synthetic rink has been built and they offer skate rentals. How cool is that? Of course, the entire park is decked out for Christmas with tons of lights, displays, and holiday decorations. You can also grab a cup of coffee or hot chocolate along with other drinks and snacks at the Holiday House. It's a great time, guaranteed! If you're needing more information click here for all the details on this year's Holiday in the Park.

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