Woodland Hills (Lubao Avenue and Oxnard Street) - An eight square-block area in Woodland Hills is annually transformed into Candy Cane Lane with a celebration of ligts, figures and artificial snow.
Candy Cane Lane is a group of homeowners at Lubao & Oxnard Streets in Woodland Hills who collectively decide each year to put on an amazing holiday display of lights and decorations.There is no contact information for Candy Cane Lane, as it is an informal decision of homeowners. As a service to our community, here is the information the West Valley – Warner Center Chamber of Commerce is able to provide. Candy Cane Lane has been a tradition in Woodland Hills since 1952 and the residents have tried to outdo each other with their light displays each year. Santa has been seen posing for photos with children and some of Santa’s elves have been seen roaming.
Information: It begins on the 2nd Saturday of December and lasts through the end of the year.
Located at the intersection of Lubao and Oxnard Streets (by Pierce Collage) in Woodland Hills. People drive slowly down the street with their headlights dimmed so that everyone can enjoy the lights. The closest exit is Winnetka, off of the 101 freeway.
Residents ask that visitors drive by no later than 10pm on weeknight and 11pm on weekends. Many residents turn off their lights after this time to discourage viewing.
Directions: From the 101 freeway in the West part of the San Fernando Valley in Woodland Hills exit at Winnetka Avenue. Drive north on Winnetka Ave, when just across from Pierce Junior College turn right on Oxnard Street. If there is a traffic jam try parking and walk.