Best Holiday Lights Displays in Cedar Park
Our family, like many others, has a long standing tradition of driving around searching for the Best Holiday Lights Displays in Cedar Park each year. It’s one of the highlights of the season!
There are many homes in Cedar Park displaying Christmas lights, but there are a few that really stand out and draw a crowd each night. Parking can be tricky, especially on the cul-de-sac streets. Luckily we have the benefit of fairly mild winter weather here in Cedar Park. So, pack up the stroller or the wagon, bundle up and take a little walk. Generally parking one or two streets away will give you plenty of parking options. And walking is so much better than a drive by look because you can linger and admire each and every detail.
Lone Star Light Show
Look for the Lone Star Light Show on Lone Star Drive in Cedar Park. The Mendoza family, new residents to Cedar Park, are adding their spectacular music and light show to the list this year. Their display features a 16’ tall Mega tree, Singing Santa, dancing snowflakes, jumping arches, snowmen, rain deer, giant ornaments, blow ups and tons of wrapped trees help make this display interesting and exciting! The first song starts at 6:00 and run back to back with a 15 second pause in between. All lights are run and full synchronized to 13 songs, via special lighting software. New songs and display items are usually added throughout December, so you are sure to see or hear something new on each visit! Lights will run through December 31st.
As ex-CASA volunteers, the family has teamed up with CASA of Williamson County to help spread the word for their cause. ALL monetary donations left in the drop box go straight to CASA. Stop by and check out all their hard work.
Anna Court Light Display
Anna Court homes turn on their light display on the Friday after Thanksgiving each night from around 5:30 to midnight. For many years the light display has not only been a festive kick off to the Christmas season, it’s also been a successful fundraiser for the Blue Santa program run by the Cedar Park Police Department. If you would like to donate, they ask that you bring a new unwrapped toy before December 16th. If you make a donation afterwards they will continue to collect, but for local churches. Homes on the cul-de-sac are participating from 1323-1331 Anna Court, Cedar Park, TX 78613
Cedar Park’s Largest Live Oak Tree
Don’t miss the City of Cedar Park’s Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony on December 7, 2018 from 6:30 to 9:30pm. Over 65,000 lights illuminate the largest Live Oak Tree in Cedar Park. Enjoy live music, carriage rides, games & prizes, inflatables, photos with Santa (bring your own camera), and arts & crafts projects. Bring the whole family for what promises to be a festive evening. Free Admission. The tree will remain lit through the Holidays. Heritage Oak Park – 875 Quest Pkwy, Cedar Park, TX 78613
Chinati Court Light Display
This lively cul-de-sac show of lights presented by all the neighbors on Chinati Court is one of Cedar Park’s best light shows. There isn’t one detail missing in this spectacular display of lights and themed decorations. Don’t miss special appearances by Santa himself on Saturday evenings. Chinati Court residents will also be collecting unwrapped toys for Williamson County Brown Santa. Chinati Court, Cedar Park, TX 78613
Rhodes Family Christmas
The Rhodes Family goes all out each year to make their light show bigger and better. This spectacular display starts Thanksgiving night and runs through January 1st. On December 23, 2016 they will have a special visit from Santa! See Event Details. Donations are accepted and 100% of the proceeds will go to the Cedar Park/Leander food bank. Their decorations get better every year and they have even inspired a few neighbors to join in the fun. 2410 Sharon Dr, Cedar Park, TX 78613
Listen to Our Lights
The Storm family of Cedar Park have been synchronizing lights to music since 2010 in their Listen to our Lights show. In fact, John has become such an expert that he taught a set of classes called “Sequencing Fun and Easy” at the 2015 Christmas Expo. The downside is this display is a neighbors only show due to the large volume of traffic it would bring if they publicize the address. However, you can watch this year’s and years past shows on their YouTube Channel and you can also get some great How To Tips on his website.
Butch Gap Cove
300,000 lights all set to music and 11 houses that participating. There is a loop of music that lasts about 30 minutes. 12 songs in the loop one night & 13 the following night. One house has a screen above the garage with little video clips too. You can stay in your car or get out & walk around. It’s Butch Gap Cove in Cedar Park. Not far off of 1431 & Lakeline Blvd. It runs from 6-11 PM every night until January 1st.
Toungate Klub Kringle
Blake and Stacey Toungate put out 50,000 lights along with an 18 foot tree and 15 smaller trees at their Leander home. On December 1, stop by for 7th Annual Light Show! Listen to music along with the show at 88.3 from 6-10pm. 2305 Arroyo Grande, Leander.
If you can’t get your full Christmas light fix with these cheerful stops, here are some more local light shows sure to please on Christmas Light Finder. Or make a road trip of light viewing to these Austin metro area light displays.
Austin Trail of Lights at Zilker Park
Light Up Your Home
If you’d like to join in on the fun and have one of the Best Christmas Light Displays in Cedar Park, but you don’t have the time or patience to set up lights, contact one of these local companies to help!