I've always said, there are so many Michigan towns that look like they came right out of a Hallmark movie, especially at Christmas. Looks like the Hallmark Channel agrees.

Harbor Springs, Michigan will be featured on HallmarkChannel's special Holiday Cam this season. Now everyone across the world will be able to enjoy the popular Up North town's holiday displays.

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The news was shared on the Harbor Springs Area Chamber of Commerce Facebook page letting everyone know that Downtown Harbor Springs’ Showstopping Holiday Displays would be part of the special nationwide Christmas Cam presented by the Hallmark Channel.

“Hallmark Channel’s Countdown to Christmas is bringing the Christmas lights to you to help celebrate the most wonderful time of the year in true Hallmark holiday style,” according to the news release. “To spread Christmas cheer and delight, the network is teaming up with towns across the country that evoke the real-life essence of the festive communities featured in Hallmark holiday movies to bring a one-of-a-kind experience to Hallmark Channel’s website for people everywhere looking to relax, indulge and be inspired to get into the holiday spirit.”

 

How to Watch Harbor Springs on the Hallmark Channel Christmas Cam

If you can't make it north to catch the magic of Christmas in Harbor Springs this year, you'll be able to stream the beauty right from home. Harbor Springs' lights and holiday displays will be available to view starting Sunday, November 27th, on HallmarkChannel.com The Christmas Cam will be available daily 10:00 am -10:00 pm through December 30th.

The Hallmark Channel Christmas Cam will also feature the towns of St. Paul, Minnesota Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, Enchant in St. Petersburgh, Florida, and the Gaffer District in Corning, New York.

Click here to visit the Hallmark Channel Christmas Cam.

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