Firefly season is almost here. Beginning this spring, stunning firefly light shows will light up the South. You can see fireflies in these Southern states including Tennessee, South Carolina, and Florida from March to June 2020.\nFireflies flash their lights during mating season. Synchronous fireflies are a special kind that puts on enchanting light shows in certain parts of the world, according to Firefly.org. These particular fireflies flash their lights in unison, dazzling spectators, reports My Smoky Mountain Park.\nThe Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Tennessee is an excellent viewing location for synchronous firefly shows. You can enter a raffle for tickets to see the firefly show at Elkmont in the Smoky Mountains. The 2020 raffle is not yet open but you can check here for updates.\nView this post on Instagram Considering the last time I visited Congaree National Park most of everything was frozen, I guess the heat isn’t too bad. • • • • • • • • • #agameoftones #beautifuldestinations #wildernessculture #hikingadventures #getoutside #neverstopexploring #congaree #adventureinspired #roamtheplanet #onlyinsouthcarolina #discoversc #nationalparklife #nationalparkgeek #nationalparkservice #congareenationalpark #nps #wanderlust #exploretocreate #artofvisuals #photographyislife #leagueoflenses #synchronousfireflies #fantasticearth #ig_masterpiece #natgeo #wildernessnation #boardwalk A post shared by Cole Lewis (@colelewisphoto) on May 30, 2018 at 2:13pm PDT\nCongaree National Park in South Carolina is another incredible location for seeing synchronous fireflies. You can roam among the gorgeous park and watch this beautiful display in May and June.\nView this post on Instagram OH CONGAREE @CongareeNPS is one of America's newer Parks, preserving the largest tract of old growth bottomland hardwood forest left in the United States. Centered around the meandering Congaree River, including its distinctive oxbow lakes, it's a real Mid-Atlantic beauty – and a roadtrip must-stop. Photo by @theoutandback @thegonzophotographer #radparks #findyourpark A post shared by Parks Project (@parksproject) on Jul 28, 2019 at 10:53am PDT\nAlthough not home to synchronous fireflies, Blue Spring State Park in Florida is an amazing spot to see twinkling fireflies this spring. The Firefly Takeover event will take place in March and will take your breath away.\nView this post on Instagram Important update‼️ The viewing dates for the synchronous fireflies in 2019 have been released! Mark your calendars- May 30 through June 6! Link in bio for info about the ticket lottery. #pigeonforge #pigeonforgetn #smokymountains #synchronousfireflies #gsmnp A post shared by Pigeon Forge (@pigeonforgetn) on Apr 23, 2019 at 9:00am PDT\nVisit these state parks this spring and summer for an unforgettable firefly experience. For more on fireflies, check out this firefly event in Florida this spring. For more hiking inspo, read about this "Little Grand Canyon" near Florida.\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.