MILLBURN, NJ - The holidays may be over, but there is still time to enjoy the "Winter Walk" through Millburn's Taylor Park. The twinkling lights, illuminated bridge tunnel, and 8-foot polar bear, who is always photo ready, will continue to brighten the park until Wednesday, Jan. 17. 

Thousands of visitors have already enjoyed the park, since the “Winter Walk” lighting ceremony on November 25. Visitors enter the park on Millburn Avenue by the Gazebo and follow the twinkling lights that take them through a wonderland of handmade snowflakes, courtesy of local Boy Scout Troop 15. 

The trees along the path are wrapped in lights, the enormous polar bear is the perfect setting for family photos, and the bridge is adorned with hundreds of lights that reflect into the stream that runs along the Main Street section of the park. 

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The stroll ends by the Main Street entrance.

The “Winter Walk” has been made possible by local businesses, property owners, Millburn Township and residents under the auspices of the MSH Chamber of Commerce. 

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