It's an eye catching sight that's leaving many Central Texans in awe.
Fort Hood MWR and the Belton Lake Outdoor Recreation Area are hosting their annual Nature In Lights.
As you begin to drive through the Nature In Lights, it's like the world seems to transform.
"It's becomes like a little wonderland out there," said MWR organizer Brenda Ramos.
With the radio set to Christmas music, many families are taken back by the amazing array of holiday scenery.
"We're just enjoying the Christmas lights and having some quality family time, don't always get it," said James George.
Taking a break from the lights, the George family made a stop at Santa's Village for picture time with good ol' Saint Nick.
With hot cocoa in hand, families are enjoying the cowboy theme village that's filled with everything from picture drawing to wax hand making.
"It is neat, I haven't ever seen anything like this, the lights are just phenomenal," said Tammy Norton.
Five and a half miles filled with colorful lights and even a petting zoon and pony ride.
"I've been in Killeen the past 25 years and every year it just gets better and better and better," said Ramos.
"He has not stopped hanging out of the truck" said Norton.
And it seems like these humans aren't the only ones enjoying view.
"Just nature and just real fun, family fun, you know" said Ramos.
Driving through and enjoying the more than 100 Christmas scenes has become a tradition for many Central Texas families.
And for the Georges, family it what it's all about.
"Yes it's kinda become a family tradition, something we really enjoy and look forward to every year," said George.
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