The holiday season in Berkshire County is an experience like no other. Residents throughout the area can be counted on to channel their inner Clark Griswold and string up hundreds of lights, fill inflatables, and plug in the holographic projector. There's no doubt that Berkshire County residents love the holidays and love to show off their hard work with others.

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A holiday light display is an opportunity to bring some good cheer to our Berkshire County friends and neighbors. The 2023 season is no different.

We've been receiving photo submissions for our "Light Up The Berkshires" contest from towns throughout Berkshire County but we want to see more and we want to see yours.

The entry period for this contest has closed. The three winners will be announced on Monday (Dec. 18) during the morning show. Stay tuned and good luck.

Three winners will be drawn via random selection. A special thanks to our co-sponsors including J Smegal Roofing and GuttersAnimal Inn of the Berkshires, and Berkshire Meadows.

Take a look at some of Berkshire County's holiday light displays below.

'Light Up The Berkshires Holiday Lights' Photo Entries for 2023

LOOK: 25 over-the-top Christmas displays from across America

To help get everyone in the mood for the upcoming holiday season, Stacker compiled a list of some of the most over-the-top Christmas displays across America.

Gallery Credit: Annalise Mantz & Madison Troyer

LOOK: 50 cozy towns to visit this winter

Stacker created a list of 50 cozy American towns to visit each winter. Towns were selected based on visitor opinions, ratings from nationwide publications, and tourist attractions.

Gallery Credit: Laura Ratliff

LOOK: Holiday gift crazes and fads of the past century

Stacker compiled a list of toy crazes from the past 100 years. 

Gallery Credit: Jennnifer Billock

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