Visit these festively named locations

The official Christmas Tree lighting in San Jacinto took place last Friday at Valley-Wide Regional Park in San Jacinto.

The weeks between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day are some of the most anticipated, jolly and busy moments of the year. People partake in all sorts of traditions in the name of holiday festivity. Trimming the tree or caroling with friends may be some of the more standard holiday protocol. However, there are always opportunities to bring new traditions into the mix.
People bitten by the travel bug may want to include visiting new towns and cities as part of their holiday plans. In fact, it can be fun to take in the sites at these festively named locales across North America.

• Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
• Christmas, Florida
• Christmas, Michigan
• Christmas Cove, Maine
• Evergreen, Alabama
• Hallelujah Junction, California
• Joy, Illinois
• Mistletoe, Kentucky
• Noel, Missouri
• North Pole, Alaska
• Rudolph, Wisconsin
• Santa, Idaho
• Santa Claus, Arizona
• Santa Claus, Georgia
• Santa Claus, Indiana
• Snowflake, Arizona

Canadian travelers or those heading north of the border can explore these locales:

• Candyville, Ontario
• Christmas Island, Nova Scotia
• Cranberry Junction, BC
• Gift Lake, Ontario
• Noelville, Ontario
• Sled Lake, Saskatchewan
• Snowflake, Manitoba
• Snowfall, Ontario
• Winterland, Newfoundland and Labrador.

-Metro Service

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