Tanglewood Festival of Lights
Clemmons, N.C.

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Registration, dining, and shopping open 5:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.

Walking Trail open 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

For the 2017 event we have hired a professional parking team and we will have EVEN MORE food trucks. 


Please enter at the back of Tanglewood Park!

Directions to the Back Gate Entrance from the Front Gate Entrance of the park:

  • Turn right onto HWY 158/Clemmons Road.
  • In approximately 1.5 miles turn right onto Middlebrook Road.
  • For 1.5 miles stay on Middlebrook Rd until it comes to a stop and there are train tracks in front of you.
  • Turn right onto Idols Road.
  • In approximately 1 mile stay on Idols Road. There will be a red and white sign that says TANGLEWOOD.
  • Turn right and you have made it to the back entrance of the park.

Make plans to bring your friends or pets to Paws in the Park. Come walk through the magical Tanglewood Festival of Lights in Clemmons, NC on November 14th, rain or moonshine. Help us provide second chances for abandoned animals while you have a magical evening with your best four-pawed friend.

Event Activities:

  • Enjoy DINNER at our food truck rodeo

  • Get an early start on your holiday SHOPPING with HSDC & Vendors 

  • STROLL through the enchanted light display with your pups and friends

This unique event gives you the opportunity to bring your best four-pawed friends with you to walk through the enchanting Tanglewood Festival of Lights. Love cats and dogs? Paws in the Park welcomes all animal lovers to walk with or without your favorite four pawed friend. Proceeds from Paws in the Park help rescue homeless dogs and cats. 

Ticket Prices increase at the gate. BUY NOW TO SAVE!

Ticket Prices:

  • Advanced Adult: $20

  • Two Advanced Adult Tickets: $35 

  • Advanced Family Pass: $40 *Two adults and all accompanying children. Children are considered from ages 12 - 2. Toddlers 2 and under are free

  • Single Child: $10

Proceeds from this event will help us rescue, care for, and place abandoned dogs and cats into loving homes. Come help us save lives.

Help us have a safe evening!
*All dogs must be on leash and current on all vaccinations.
Please bring water for your dog.
No bicycles please.

New to our event? Here is what a few of our past participants said:
“I've attended the Paws in the park every year and thoroughly enjoy it. I like walking through the lights with my family and our furbabies and getting to dress them up in the holiday spirit. It's just a fun event that I have always had a good time at. Most importantly, I love the fact that it goes towards the humane society to help other furbabies out!” – 2016 Attendee 

“We like everything about it! All dogs were very well behaved, the walk was perfect and the lights magical! Wrapped up the evening with excellent food from the food trucks!" – 2015 Attendee


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    READ MORE to find out about the Humane Society of Davie County.


    HSDC (Humane Society of Davie County) is changing to help save more pets! In March of 2017, HSDC sold the 291 Eaton Road adoption building to the county to become the new Davie County Animal Services shelter. HSDC staff remains in the building to market and adopt out Davie County Animal Services homeless pets to area adopters and rescue groups, and manages semi-monthly low-cost Spay/Neuter clinics. The  spay/neuter clinics are the best way to help reduce the unwanted pet population in Davie County. The youth and adult volunteer program will stay at the 291 Eaton Road property to help socialize adoptable pets. To increase the number of lives saved, HSDC has started a dog transport partnership with the Pennsylvania SPCA of Philadelphia. North Carolina has an overabundance of homeless pets and Philly is in need of adoptable dogs. HSDC pulls the transport candidates from euthanasia shelters, vets them, and transports a group of 16 dogs once a month up north to be adopted into loving homes. HSDC is currently working on setting up a homeless cat transport as well. 

    All of these initiatives will save more lives but they take time and require funding from generous people like you. Please help!

    Thank you for being our Partners 4 Paws!


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