In case you didn’t think the holidays could get any more festive – think again! Holiday light shows are here to stay, and all over the country, incredible and gasp-worthy displays are timed perfectly to electronic beats, pop tunes, or classic Christmas music. There is no end to the creativity, colors and twinkling lights that transform an ordinary neighborhood into a next-level winter wonderland.
Candy Cane Lane
In case you needed more reasons to smile, our very own community comes together during this special time of year to collectively create amazing light and decoration displays for the holidays. A tradition since 1952, this Woodland Hills neighborhood ensures that even sunny Los Angeles county is privilege to some Christmas cheer. Drive through the brightly lit streets and marvel at the beautiful and festive lights, artificial snow and even spot Santa! Make this a yearly event with your family, pile in the car and drive to Candy Cane Lane for some holiday fun!
The Candy Cane Lane holiday display is happening now through the end of the year. It is 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 weeknights and 11pm on weekends. Many residents turn off their lights after this time to discourage viewing.**
From the 101 freeway in the West part of the San Fernando Valley in Woodland Hillsexit at Winnetka Avenue.Drive north on Winnetka Ave, when just across from Pierce Junior College turn righton Oxnard Street. If there is a traffic jam try parking and walk.
Enjoy the festive cheer!