Del Mar Fairgrounds Holiday of Lights 11/24-1/1

Lego Land Snow Days

November-December Holiday Events in San Diego


November 11th-San Diego Zoo Jungle Bells check website for further info:

November 19th:Seaworld and Legoland Snow days  and


November 2oth: Encinitas Street Fair

November 24-Jan.1: Del Mar Fairgrounds Holiday of lights (costs) see url for details:

November 25th:  Snowworld at Seaword and nightly lighting of the Holiday tree

November 28th: Tony Hawk Lights Holiday Tree at Legoland in Carlsbad


2nd-3:00-8:00pm  Coronado: Recreation Department’s Snow Mountain at the Ferry Landing. 3:20pm  Santa arrives at the Ferry Landing Marketplace. 5:30-9pm  Merchants Open House on Orange Avenue. 6:00-7pm  Chamber of Commerce’s Christmas Parade down Orange Avenue. 7:00pm  Lighting of the Rotary Park Christmas Tree. 7:15pm  Coronado Community Band Concert in Rotary Park. 7:15pm  Concert at 9th & Orange – Live Band

3rd-5:30pm Encinitas 25th Holiday Parade on Coast Highway 101 Downtown (North-La Paloma south on Coast Hwy)








Whitney St./Mankato – Christmas Circle between First and Second Ave., off H St. & 1st Ave., Dec. 11 through Dec.26, 5 to 10 pm. Over 55 homes decorated.Map

Eastlake Neighborhood – off Otay Lakes Rd. and Eastlake Pkwy. Evenings, Dec. 15 to 31. Homes for the Holidays contest will be held Dec. 15.Map


Lana Dr. & Jamar – off Mt. Abernathy Ave., Dec. 10 through Dec. 25. Over 40 homes decorated on this circular street.Map

4760 Norwalk Ave. – off Clairemont Mesa Blvd./Moraga Ave. Dec.1 through Jan.1, 6 to 10 pm. (11 pm weekends)M


Lowes Hotel Holiday of Lights all December at the Marina 4000 Coronado Bay Road.


1523 48th Street – off Federal Blvd. & 48th St. Arron Christmas Lane. Dec. 1 through Dec. 30, 5 to 10 pm.Map


Jingle Bell Hill (aka Pepper Drive Lights) – Solomon Ave./Pageen Pl. and surrounding area. Off 67 and Bradley.Map

1838 El Pico Drive. – off Hacienda Drive Dec. 10 through Jan. 1, dusk to 10 pm. 41st year of decorating the 20-foot star over 100 ft. in the air, overlooking El Cajon Valley. Also see a 55-foot long train.Map


Reche Road just West of Green Canyon. Over 100,000 lights that are cooreographed to music. There  even are snow machines to add to the effect. Lights are on thru New Years night, 6pm – 9pm Tues-Sun, with display staying on longer the week of Christmas. Just enter U-turn driveway from the West and tune your car radio to 90.5FM. Also includes a food-drive, please bring canned or non-perishable food items (a collection bin is on site) that directly benefits the Fallbrook Food Pantry.


Bob’s Christmas Wonderland – 7171 Cornell Ave., La Mesa. This residence is truly a wonderland and is open from 5 to 9 p.m. nightly through December. Visitors are asked to bring one canned food item to be donated to the Salvation Army. Map

5475 Heidi Street – off Lake Murray Blvd. and Marengo, Dec. 10 through Jan.1, 6 to 10 pm. – Map

6761 Jackson Drive – off Cowles Mtn. Blvd. Decorations remain lit until Jan.1. 5 to 9 pm. – Map


689 Meadowbrook Dr. – off Jamacha Rd., south of Lemon Grove. Dec. 6 through Jan.1, dusk to 10 pm. Many lights on home and occasionally, Santa and Mrs. Santa may be out to greet visitors.Map


2150 Sunset Blvd. 50,000 lights synced to music. The soundtrack was recorded by radio personalities, Jeff and Jer. The home is a 1925 English Tudor in historic Mission Hills and owned by Wayne Brubaker. Map


4729 Newport Ave, Ocean Beach. The Olson family’s gift to the community, their home’s lights are synchronizedmsMusic (FM 89.7) and operate Monday – Thursday, and Sunday  from 6 to 10 p.m. and Friday and Saturday 6 to 11 p.m.


12631 Stoutwood Street – off Twin Peaks Road & Deerwood Street. Through Jan. 4, 5:30 to 10 pm. Nicknamed “The Griswolds”.Map

Hickory Court, Hickory Street – off Twin Peaks Road and Silverset St. Also Includes Butterwood Ct. and Rockrose Ct. Named “Candy Cane Lane”, the entire cul-de-sac is lit up Dec. 3 through Jan.1, 6 to 9 pm .Map


Oviedo Street – off Black Mtn. Rd. “Christmas Card Lane”: includes Twin Trails, Carmel Mtn. Rd.,Ellingham St., Renato St., Oviedo St., Twin Trails Dr., Barrymore St., Totherham Ave., Talca Ave., Talca Ct., Allenbrook Way, Davenport Ave., Amber Sky Ln. Dec. 10 through Dec. 31, 6 to 10 pm.Map


Block of 7900 and 8000 Hillandale Dr. – off Mission Gorge and Deerfield. Dec. 1 through Dec. 31, 5 to 9 pm. Many lights and a tree on top of the home.Map


1639 Knob Hill – off Nordahl Rd. between Tam O’Shanter Dr. and Augusta Dr. Nov. 26 through Dec. 31, 5 to 9 pm. Disney characters and more. Santa will be out from 6 to 8 every evening Dec. 11 through Dec. 23, except Wednesdays.Map


9230 Wethersfield Rd., Sunwoodie Rd. – Nov. 27 through Jan. 1, 5 to 10 pm. Very colorful nativity scene, Noah’s Ark and many lights.Map

9239 Lake Country Drive – off Mast Blvd. Dec. 9 through 30, 7 to 10 pm. Many lights, plus Santa sleigh rides on Dec. 16 & 17.Map

Starlight Circle (Sunburst Santee area), Tomel Court – off Magnolia.  Dec. 3 through 31, 6 to 11 pm. On Dec. 17, the neighborhood is holding a Food Drive for the San Diego Food Bank.  Bring a non-perishable food item and drop it in the barrels to help feed the hungry in San Diego County. Map


Belardo Lights in Tierrasanta – 5306 Belardo Drive, through Dec. 28. This home light display is a labor of love for Randy Schimka, whose sons both are Autistic. The impressive Christmas lights are a way to connect with his son Brandon, who responds to the lights. What’s even more impressive is Randy has synchronized the displays with music, and you can listen on FM 89.7 while you are admiring his work. Map


746 Bonita Drive – off Olive Ave. Dec. 1 through Dec. 31, 6 to 9 pm. Large display of lights with an elf’s house. Large manger scene. Santa may be there on weekends!Map

Via Vastago – off Olive, Bonita Dr., and N. Melrose Dr. Dec. 10 through 31, 5:30 to 9:30 pm. Little town of Bethlehem in lights, with a possible visit from Santa Claus!Map