Christmas Lights In Fresno And Central California Valley
Do you remember mom and dad driving you around to see the holiday lights when you were a child? Everyone would pile into the family car to ride through neighborhoods to see how other families decorated their homes and yards to celebrate the season. Today, Christmas lights have become much grander. As ABC30 Action News reports, one Clovis neighborhood puts on a light “show” each season.
Santa Claus Lane in Clovis
If you want to take the kids to see some spectacular lights this season, head over to Santa Claus Lane in Clovis. This Clovis neighborhood takes decorating for Christmas to an entirely new level. Neighbors work together to install elaborate lighted decorations that are then synchronized to music. There are seventeen songs to enjoy as you ride through the neighborhood, simply tune to a local radio station. On December 17, they plan to have a Frozen night with seven songs from the hit Disney movie. You can drive or walk through the display each evening through the holiday season.
Next year, another row of homeowners plan to take part in the holiday light event. If they achieve their plans, Santa Clause Lane will be the largest synchronized neighborhood light show in the world.
Holiday Lights Throughout the Fresno Area
If you are searching for holiday lights to enjoy this season, we have a few ideas to help you spread the holiday cheer. According to California Christmas Lights, Fresno County has three homes you can view. Other Christmas light displays you may want to see include:
- Christmas Tree Lane (Van Ness Blvd.) – This light show runs from December 3 to December 25 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. each night. There are two nights where cars are prohibited so that people can enjoy the lights by walking through the community.
- Fresno Zoo Christmas Lights – Millions of lights entertain children of all ages at the zoo from November 25 to December 30 (closed Christmas Day) from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. each night. You must purchase tickets to enter the park to enjoy the lights; however, free hot cocoa and a cookie are included with each ticket.
- Santa Claus Lane – This is the first year for Santa Claus Lane. It takes about an hour to enjoy the all the high-tech Christmas lights synchronized to 16 songs. Over 160,000 lights illuminate 16 houses on this lane. The light show is open to the public through New Year’s Even from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. each evening. Every Saturday through Christmas is walking only nights! Santa Clause Lane is located on the 3100 block of Indianapolis Avenue near Gettysburg and Locan in the Ladera Ranch Subdivision.
- Candy Cane Lane – The residents of Wawona Ranch Estates on Alluvial and Peach in Clovis have been decorating their homes since 1993. The lane is open to vehicles and pedestrians beginning on December 1st at 6 p.m. While walking, you can also purchase hot chocolate, popcorn, and other concessions while you enjoy the glittering lights.
One note to remember, traffic will be heavy in these areas, and there will be many pedestrians walking around. Please so down, and remain alert when driving through these neighborhoods.
Fresno Personal Injury Attorney
We hope everyone has a safe and magical holiday season, but if you are injured in an accident, our Fresno personal injury attorneys will be working throughout the season to help injury victims and their families.
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