Thus, if you live near Tucson, don’t miss out on the wonderful holidays lights displayed at Winterhaven. Between Dec. 13 and Dec 27, you can visit the neighborhood between Country Club and Tucson, Prince and Fort Lowell, and join in on the holiday fun. There’s only one drive-through night, so the other nights you’re free to stroll around the neighborhood from 6-10pm, take pictures, and relax your way into the holiday season. My favorite display this year: the fountains coordinated with Christmas music! But the flashing toy soldiers are very, very good, as is the house displaying the whole song about the Twelve Days of Christmas!
No matter if you prefer Snoopy, Mickey Mouse, or the phone booth from Dr. Who, you’ll find it all at Winterhaven in a cheerful, festive atmosphere. Still miss the snow? No worries—they even make that!
What I like the best about Winterhaven is that the area allows you to enjoy the holiday spirit however you want. If you go with a special friend, it's romantic. If you go with children, it's fun. If you go with your friends, you'll have a memorable evening. Even if you hit a chilly night, just be glad you're not back East!
I haven't written a novel that takes place in the winter yet.Mariachi Murder? June.
Island Casualty? July. Thai Twist? June and July! But maybe it's time to think of setting a romantic novel in Winterhaven.... or maybe a murder mystery.......