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Roseville Christmas Lights Joys
2016 & 2017 Holiday and Seasonal Fun is over but the following post still has good locations that may again share lovely Christmas lights, so do look it over. And when you’re done, click here to head to my category page, Holiday and Seasonal, where you’ll find all my posts, including the 2018 Christmas lights post that should eventually be posted, as well as other posts on a wide variety of seasonal and holiday fun things to do in Roseville CA! The most recent post is always at the top.
Enjoy! And MERRY CHRISTMAS!
Roseville Christmas Lights 2016! Christmas lights in Roseville and the surrounding area are some of the sweet joys of our holiday season, don’t you think? I remember driving around for hours with my parents, ooooohing and aaaaaaahing at the lovely ones we saw in one huge neighborhood in Southern California. They assigned each block a theme. It was really cool to see how each block decorated. Happily, here in Roseville and the surrounding areas, we still have big neighborhoods that decorate together. Along with smaller neighborhood courts that make beautiful Christmas decor magic. And even some other fun options.
Fave Roseville Christmas Lights 2016
Neighborhood Homes In Roseville
- Hillsford Court, West Roseville CA – As they share at Facebook, these lovely Christmas lights and decorations displays made the KCRA ‘Must See” Christmas Lights Show! Wow! You can find it off Bickleigh Loop. Not to mention being on NextDoor for their area. 🙂 2017
- Kirkhill Drive, West Roseville CA – Another treat I discovered through NextDoor, this beautifully decorated neighborhood even has their own website. You’ll find it off Pleasant Grove.
- Misty Wood Drive, West Roseville CA – Lovely lights on Misty Wood Drive and many of the side streets. I enjoyed a delightful drive through the neighborhood tonight. Always beautiful!
- Twinwood Loop in Roseville made it on The 10 Spot: Must see Christmas Lights in the Sacramento Region list in Style Roseville Granite Bay Rocklin. Click here to see the rest of the 10 neighborhoods with lovely holiday lights and decorations as well as more details. 2017
- The SacBee has a great article with listings of happy holiday lights, including two homes with beautiful Christmas lights in Roseville – 1647 Alnwick Drive, Roseville CA 95747 and 1484 Kingswood Drive, Roseville CA 95678.
Homes Beyond Roseville
Pebble Creek which is located around Strand Road in Rocklin, CA – click here for the unofficial Facebook page with a map.
Dovewood Court in Orangevale, CA has been doing massively gorgeous Christmas light displays since before we moved here in 1994. When I first moved here, I worked for a delightful relocation firm. We often called about area rentals for relocation clients. I remember that one home was in the Dovewood Court. When I called about it, I discovered they had one extra requirement most rentals don’t have. Renters had to be OK with decorating AND having massive visitors for the month before Christmas. 🙂 Makes total sense, too, since they do get the traffic to see their lovely holiday decorations! 2017
The Fab 40s in Sacramento are always a treat – especially those around 42nd Street and 45th Street. I went there a couple of years ago with my kids. We parked a block or so away and walked through. Gorgeous! And would you believe it, they have a Yelp page. You can see some of the homes in this Sacramento Christmas Lights 2015 video. 😉 2017
Even More Roseville Christmas Lights 2016!
An awesome treat that began last year can be found at the Bayside Adventure’s Christmas Lights Drive-Thru. This huge Christmas Lights display in Roseville CA at 6401 Stanford Ranch Rd. is big, it’s gorgeous, and it has long lines of people excited to check it out. (So be sure to get your free tickets – see below)
CLICK HERE for full info – scroll down to #1. PLEASE BE AWARE – you do need to register for free tickets online to see this – you’ll find a link to do that HERE as well along with updated information and details. Please note – there are more closed dates than what is showing in the second video below. Click the link to get the full scoop. 🙂
And by the by, the videos below are the latest videos on this amazing light display from GoodDay Sacramento for 2017! So if you, or perhaps an elderly relative, can’t make it out to see it, you can still enjoy a bit of the flavor of these delightful holiday lights (see videos above and below). 🙂
Old Sacramento’s Theater of Lights combines lovely Christmas lights 2016 with a fun holiday program. This free delight is located in Old Sacramento with parking available at the Old Sacramento Garage (I St & 2nd St), the Tower Garage (Capitol & Neasham), and the Macy’s West Garage (3rd St & L St). Click here for more information.
Folsom Zoo Sanctuary Wild Nights and Holiday Lights event is going on this week starting 12/16 – 12/23. It does sound awesome! This unique event gives you the opportunity to see zoo animals after dark, an enchanted forest of 50 lit trees, thousands of lights all over the Zoo Sanctuary, Santa Claus and the Zoo’s own “Santa Paws,” rides on the mini “Starlight Express” train, Christmas Carolers and seasonal refreshments and much more! And would you believe it, the admission is only $5 per person and free for kids and grandkids under 2! Click here for address and details.
KCRA’s Must See Christmas Lights 2016 – A list of even more lovely Christmas lights, displays and decorations all over the greater Sacramento Valley.
As I mentioned above, don’t forget to check out the Sacramento Bee article with several more Christmas light displays featured for 2016, all over the greater Sacramento Valley. And KUDOS to the Fire Department and the SacBee for sharing a very sweet heart-warming and happy holiday story of good triumphing over evil!
NextDoor can definitely be a great resource, especially for homes in your own area. Neighbors have been sharing lovely displays they’ve seen throughout the past few weeks. Not on NextDoor? Click here to sign up. 🙂
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