Where to See Christmas Lights in Corpus Christi
Corpus Christi neighborhoods light up for the holidays with dazzling displays of holiday cheer. Here’s our list of where to see holiday lights. You might find even more as you cruise the streets of the Coastal Bend this Christmas.
CANDY CANE LANE HOLIDAY LIGHTS SHOW
On Candy Cane Lane, residents decorate for Christmas and welcome everyone to enjoy the displays. Drive or walk through a holiday wonderland of lights. You can find Candy Cane Lane in the Schanen Estates on four streets: Donegal Drive, Wooldridge Road, McAlpin Drive, and Killamet Drive.
THROUGH JAN. 7
Downtown Corpus Christi
Businesses light up in 1960s-style decorations, stay open late for shoppers, and provide treats, music, and more throughout the holidays.
THROUGH JAN. 1
MR. BILL'S WONDERLAND
3242 Hampton St.
For the past 20 years, Bill Cox has brought joy to the city with his ever-growing holiday lights displays. Features choirs, a Christmas train, giant stuffed toys, a Nativity scene, and Santa Claus.
MAZOCH FAMILY CHRISTMAS DISPLAY
15301 Isabella Court
North Padre Island
This display is so big it made it on ABC’s “The Great Christmas Light Fight” in 2015. It tackles Christmas, island style, with lighted pelicans mixed with more traditional scenes. Lights out each night at 10 p.m.
LIFE-SIZE NATIVITY SCENE
4826 Willowbrook Drive
Another 20-year Corpus Christi tradition, this life-size nativity scene by the Bocanegra family includes live doves and lifelike barn animals. Free popcorn every night.
CANDY CANE LANE
Near Everhart Road on Donegal and Killarmet drives
A neighborhood event of vast proportions, Candy Cane Lane involves more than 300 homes on streets lined with giant candy canes. Walk or drive through.
1026 Belmeade Drive
When you stick your letter into this giant red mailbox, snow falls from the trees while Christmas music plays. Last day to mail your letter to get a reply from Santa is Dec. 24.
GARCIA HOLIDAY LIGHT SHOW
3425 Austin St.
More than 50,000 lights synchronized to holiday hits on 100.7 FM brighten this home, which includes a nativity scene and Santa’s mailbox. To get a response from Santa, letters must be mailed by Dec. 20. The home is lit up from 6-10 p.m. Sundays-Thursdays and 6-11 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays through January 5.
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