Christmas in the Woodlands

Holiday Lights 2003
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For more than a decade, it's been described as a winter wonderland along the Boll Weevil Circle in Enterprise.

On Christmas Eve, retired Educator Milton Trawick becomes Santa Claus, greeting motorists as they visit his family's property.

Milton and his son, Trent, have put together Christmas in the Woodlands.

It’s a mile-long, free trip through the joyful sights and sounds of the season.

It includes dozens of displays and more than one-million lights.

The extravaganza can easily be found near the intersection of Highway 84 East and the Boll Weevil Circle.

"They come from all over, say from Atlanta to Panama City,” Trent Trawick says. “We had one note where they were heading from Nashville to Panama City. It starts at Thanksgiving and around Christmas."

Depending on weather, the Trawick family hopes to keep the lights' shining on Christmas in the Woodlands until Saturday night.