Magic of Lights

Magic of Lights at Wesley Clover Parks


Pile everyone in the car! Magic of Lights at Wesley Clover Parks is back for the 2020 edition, and it’s the perfect activity to enjoy the beautiful lights all while maintaining social distances!



Magic of Lights is 2 kilometer drive through with nearly one million twinkling lights of spectacular displays and animations. This is sure to get the kids in the holiday spirit!

This spectacular display features snowmen, elves, horses, hockey players, Santa Claus and so much more! There is also a 200 foot light tunnel as the finale!

Magic of Lights at Wesley Clover Parks

Select proceeds from each carload admission will once again benefit the Ottawa Senator’s Foundation, last year’s edition raised over $47,000 for this very deserving charity!

Magic of Lights is open from November 13th, 2020 to January 9th 2021 from 5 to 10pm daily (5 to 11pm on Fridays and Saturdays)

The cost is $20+HST online and are valid ANY DAY Magic of Lights is open. 

Magic of Lights at Wesley Clover Parks

For more information or to book your ticket online, Magic of Lights official website.


2 thoughts on “Magic of Lights at Wesley Clover Parks”

  1. We went with our kids, but didn’t get to see the show because of the ridiculously long wait time before getting to the light show. Once we got there, we were sent inside an elaborate queue of cars. At first, it looks like it won’t take a lot of time, because of the way the traffic is redirected.
    Additionally, at the entrance, the employees do not warn anyone about the amount of wait time that’s ahead of you. So you wait and wait, and at some point, you get to another employee; then you ask “how much longer”, but the answer is “I don’t know”. After 1 hour and 15 minutes, we got to a 3rd employee; same question and same answer (i.e. “I don’t know”). Luckily, there was a way out after 1 hour and 20 minutes. No way out before that. One of my kids almost pee’d himself; no toilet and no portapotty along the way…

    Not impressed with the organization, nor the customer service.

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