Tallest Living Christmas Tree is Here in Idaho!

Tallest Living Christmas Tree at Coeur d'Alene Resort in Idaho

The tallest living Christmas tree on record is at the Coeur d’Alene Resort in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Standing at 161 feet tall (and counting), it is more than twice as tall as New York’s Rockefeller Center Christmas tree. The star on top is more than 10 feet tall and has more than 30,000 LED lights around the tree.

Lake Coeur d’Alene is also decorated in more than 1.5 million lights for the annual Holiday Light Show, the largest on-the-water resort holiday light show in America. Take a boat ride across the lake to the North Pole to visit Santa and Mrs. Claus. The lights are also timed to the music of Christmas songs. The Holiday Light Show started on Saturday, November 27th and continues through Sunday, January 2nd. For showtimes, Click Here.

Click Here for the official Coeur d’Alene Resort website
Click Here to read more about the tallest living Christmas Tree.
Click Here to read more about “America’s Tallest Christmas Trees” by Alexander Zaitchik at travelandleisure.com

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About bishsrv

Bish’s RV Super Center is dedicated to provide quality products and services that exceed the expectations of our customers, and to create an atmosphere where our customers can enjoy a positive experience as friends of our family business. When Bish's RV first opened its doors in Idaho Falls 17 years ago, we had no intention of evolving into the largest RV dealer in the State of Idaho. Rather, it was owner Tadd Jenkins' goal to incorporate the same ideals that had been instilled in him by his family since he was a small boy. Among these were honesty when dealing with others, treating others like you would want to be treated, and always be available to provide service when it is needed.
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