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Find Color and Cheer on the Arkansas Trail of Holiday Lights

LITTLE ROCK, AR -- (Marketwire) -- 11/06/12 -- A new interactive page on the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism website provides Arkansas visitors and residents with all the information they need to enjoy and share this year's Arkansas Trail of Holiday Lights.

The promotion is an annual statewide event that begins the week of Thanksgiving and runs through the new year. Cities and towns across The Natural State set up dazzling light displays to entertain visitors and spread cheer.

The Trail of Holiday Lights page offers holiday-season revelers an interactive map of light displays around the state and includes driving directions and a search feature. For those who enjoy road trips, the Trip Planner feature allows them to build their own twinkling trek across Arkansas.

The Holiday Lights page provides much more than just information. An e-card creator allows visitors to use photographs from around Arkansas or to include their own Facebook or Instagram photos in a holiday e-card. They can include special messages and share their creations with friends on Facebook or through email.

Another feature is an Instagram feed of user-submitted photos. Photos taken in the popular photo-sharing app Instagram and given the hashtag #arklights will appear on the page. Take a picture of your favorite light display in Arkansas and share it with fellow light lovers!

Visit the Trail of Holiday Lights page and the Arkansas Trail of Lights Facebook page to learn more about this dazzling statewide event.

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