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Merry Christmas 2020 in Rocklin CA
I had such a fun time writing “Merry Christmas 2020 in Roseville CA.” Then I noticed even MORE interesting videos of local Christmas lights. So this time, I thought I’d share several that are all about the Rocklin Christmas Lights, since they are – literally – right next door to Roseville!
Rocklin Christmas Lights
There are two that seem to have all the videos. Here’s the first one – on and around Pebble Creek in Rocklin. Check out this gorgeous video.
Here’s another viewpoint – and WOW! Aren’t these lovely Christmas lights and decoration displays in Rocklin great!
Another fun video of the cool Rocklin Christmas lights and decorations, along with Christmas music.
I do enjoy the drone videos as well, don’t you? Fun to see these lovely decorations from up high!
Is It Rocklin OR Roseville?
Here’s a fun one – though technically, it really isn’t in Rocklin. Well, not according to Google maps or the post office. But according to Marcus Allen and ABC10, it is. So I figured it would be fun to see anyway. And it’s so close, it could easily be either. 🙂 This is Bayside Adventure Christmas lights on their Roseville-Rocklin campus where you can get free tickets for their drive-thru holiday lights show.
More Gorgeous Christmas Lights
Now, we’re back to Pebble Creek. This is a fun walk-thru tour with interesting comments from Chris and Rob of What Up Placer. And wow! There’s a glimpse of Baby Yoda along with other Star Wars fun. (I have to confess, I have not seen Baby Yoda and up until recently, never even heard of him, but a couple of my kids are REALLY into Baby Yoda so now I do know MUCH more about him! 🙂 But I still prefer Star Trek 😉 ) My grandkids will love all those cute Dalmatians I spotted!
The Christmas lights at Pebble Creek Rocklin even has their own Yelp page – check it out by clicking here and enjoy some lovely photos!
Roseville Today did a nice little write up about them as well, along with a good reminder that, “Once entering the street for viewing, many drivers turn down headlights as a courtesy to vehicles traveling in the opposite direction.” Sounds like sound advice to me! What do you think?
Have YOU seen the Christmas Lights at Pebble Creek Rocklin? How about the Bayside Adventure Christmas Lights? Do you have a preference? We’d love to hear. And in the meantime, Merry Christmas!