They truck in 5500 tons of ice each year to build this annual winter wonderland
2 Christmas, Florida: Greets visitors with a fully decorated 25-foot-tall christmas tree ... 365 days a year.
3 Bethlehem, Pennsylvania: Wraps its town centre in two miles of Christmas lights.
4 Santa Claus, Indiana: Recruits 150 "elves" to reply to the 11,000 letters that arrive annually for the city's namesake.
5 Snowflake, Arizona: Serves up to 1000 cups of hot cocoa after the town's annual holiday parade.
6 Christmas Cove, Maine: Named for a Christmas Day visit by Captain John Smith of Pocahontas fame.
7 Christmas Island, Indian Ocean: Belongs to Australia and was named on Christmas Day 1643.
8 Garland, Texas: Kicks off the Christmas season with a tree lighting ceremony on Main Street.
9 Lake Donner, California: Shares its name with one of Santa's reindeer.
10 Noel, Missouri: Floats a tree on a raft to cast a festive reflection on the Elk River.