Best Neighborhood Christmas Lights Guide Around Danville

‘Tis The Season! Grab some hot cocoa and load the kids in the car to go see the Holiday Lights! We are lucky to live in an area full of neighborhoods with an array of lights!

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While shopping and dining downtown in Danville this holiday season, you are invited to explore the Tree Trail(TBD). Local storefronts will have beautifully decorated trees throughout Danville. By strolling to find all the trees, residents can visit the stores, take the pledge, and stay rooted in our amazing community.

Holiday Hangout, Danville (NOW CLOSED)
Can’t wait for the holidays but are sick of watching movies inside? Then come on down to the community center for fun tween games and activities! We will have marshmallow challenges, homemade crafts, minute-to-win games, prizes, and more! Refreshments will be served. Pre-registration is required for walk-ins. Parents are welcome to stay and participate with their children.

Letters to Santa, Danville
Start getting those letters ready for Santa! Please include your mailing address so Santa knows where to send his letter! Drop your letter off at one of these locations: Danville Community Center(M-F, 8:30 am-1 pm) or Danville Library(M-Th, 10 am-8 pm, F-Sat, 10 am-6 pm).Santa’s Mailbox

44th Annual Lighting of Danville’s Oak Tree, Downtown Danville
 5 PM-8 PM. One of the most popular holiday events in Danville, the annual Lighting of the Old Oak Tree is back this year. For more info: Town of Danville’s website.

311 W. Linda Mesa Avenue, Danville
This is a must-see and the best house in the area to look at!

10 Chelta Ct., Danville
When you drive up, you will be amazed to see a lighted 100ft. Christmas tree on a Redwood tree!

1441 Harlan Dr., Danville
There will be a food donation barrel out for the Contra Costa/Solano County Food Bank. Tune into Radio Station, 106.7 FM to hear the music! Sun-Thurs, 5 pm-9:30 pm and Fri-Sat, 5 pm-10:30 pm.

753 Tunbridge Rd., Danville
Over 55,000 lights! The lights are on M-Th, from 5 pm-10 pm. Fri-Sun, from 5 pm-11 pm.

Hilltop Court & Woodview Circle, Vista San Ramon Neighborhood, San Ramon
You can park your car at Iron Horse Middle School or San Ramon Central Park and walk to this Neighborhood. Contra Costa Food Bank bins are set up for donations. The music is broadcast on 87.9FM. Lights are displayed from 5 pm-10 pm.

Lighted Tree Forests and Other Holiday Decor, Bishop Ranch, San Ramon
The center will deck the halls with a variety of spectacular décor and experiences designed to create special holiday memories. A total of 11 Christmas Trees (ranging from 8’ to 12’ high) arranged in 3 Christmas Tree “Forests” will be placed throughout City Center. All three forests will be a different holiday theme and the perfect backdrop for your holiday photos.

3301 El Suyo Drive, San Ramon
Calling ALL Dog Lovers! This house features 29 different light-up dogs! Both stationary and blow-ups. Lights are on display on Sunday-Thursday, from 5 pm-9:30 pm, and Friday & Saturday, from 5 pm-10 pm.

7574 Sutton Lane, Dublin
Check out the 13-foot candy cane with lights and all of the adorable moving figures!

467 Knottingham Circle, Livermore
This is also a MUST-SEE! Tune into 107.9 FM to listen to the music, followed by a light show! Don’t forget to bring your quarters for the snow machine. It gets very crowded, especially on weekends, so plan accordingly! Lights are displayed from 5 pm-10 pm daily.

Riesling Circle, Livermore
Always a spectacular street to drive on! With 26 houses decorated, enjoy a nice stroll down the neighborhood to look at the lights! Lights are displayed from 5 pm-10 pm daily.

1279 Hearst Avenue, Pleasanton
Plenty of parking and lights to see! From 5 pm-11 pm, each night, they will be on display.

802 Gray Fox Circle, Pleasanton
This house is worth the drive! House borders three streets, so LOTS of things to see and every year things are changed or added. Parts of the display are animated to music that you can hear on an FM station and outdoor speakers. There will be a sign posted with the FM frequency of the music. They typically have the lights on daily, from 6 pm-10 pm (later on weekends) but may turn them off during inclement weather.

3108 Chardonnay, Pleasanton
This year they will have the light show synchronized to 4 songs playing on 91.3 FM. The show is running daily from Nov 16th through Dec 26th from 5:30 pm-10:30 pm. They hope all of their work in the Christmas light shows brings joy and smiles to everyone who drives by!

Tunnels of Joy Fundraiser, La Costa Drive, Brentwood
The Tunnels are amazing in their way, but what makes our neighborhood special are the beautifully decorated houses and the love and effort you can see behind every light. Visit from 5 pm-9 pm for December! Keep an eye out for the donation boxes for Landon Roper on La Costa Dr., & Torrey Pines Dr.

Christmas in the Park, 1 Paseo De San Antonio, San Jose
Opening 11/24 at 6 pm! Enjoy the family-oriented Christmas lights in downtown San Jose! There will be exciting activities throughout the month. For more information click here!

Fourth Street, Berkeley
This stunning array of lights is a must-see! Santa is there to celebrate with you!

Fairy Winterland at Children’s Fairyland, Oakland
Yes, Black Santa will be there. From his cozy seat in the park, he will get to visit with children, and each evening at 6:30 p.m., he will lead the Festival of Lights Parade, where each child will receive a treat. While at the park, drop your child’s “Letter to Santa” in the special mechanical mailbox at the Chapel of Peace. We’ll make sure he gets it.
Fairyland also hosts a culturally-inclusive holiday scavenger hunt and special performances. Click here for more info.

Jack London Square Christmas Tree, Oakland
Jack London Square lights are spectacular! Located close to Broadway near the harbor. With over 5,000 lights, you won’t be able to miss this tree! For more info, click here!

Oakland Temple of Lights, Oakland
They have an array of lights and it is beautiful, especially at night! For more information, click here!

Christmas Tree Lane, 3200 Thompson Ave., Alameda
Every house has a different theme and will change yearly! Unfortunately, Santa won’t be there this year, but there will be his mailbox for letters to be dropped off. Make sure you have a legible return address so you receive a letter back from Santa himself.

Glowfari Lights, Oakland Zoo
This year, Glowfari will be taking the place of Zoo Lights. This is an illuminating Lantern Festival. ake a mile-long stroll (socially distanced, of course!) through these illuminated and dazzling lanterns – from the ice-capped 15-foot tall penguin corridor to the breathtaking full-size elephants, giraffes, and lions – to the enormous, fluttering butterflies floating against the star-filled night sky. Purchase tickets here.

Country Clubs:

3169 Roundhill Rd., Roundhill Country Club, Alamo
If you have a chance to head over to Alamo, check out the neighborhoods in Roundhill Country Club and enjoy the light displays!

1700 Club House Rd., Diablo Country Club, Diablo
Diablo Country Club is tucked away in Diablo. The neighborhood has an East Coast feel to it. The beautiful neighborhood lights are a must-see!

599 Blackhawk Club Dr., Blackhawk Country Club, Blackhawk
There are two entrances into this club, the main entrance(off Blackhawk Rd.) and the East Gate(off Camino Tassajara),  unfortunately, unless you are a member, live there, or know someone in the gates, you won’t be able to drive through the neighborhood. If you do have a chance to go, make sure to check it out! There are a lot of entertaining displays.






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