Over One Million Lights Illuminate This Incredible Drive-Thru Holiday Display In Louisiana
There are some pretty impressive Christmas lights in Louisiana, but I get extra holly jolly when I get to visit an old-school light show that’s family-run, like Candy Cane Lane. This festive lighting display is an absolutely magical way to get into the holiday spirit and is a true must-visit, so turn up your favorite Christmas tunes and prepare to be mesmerized!
You’ll find Candy Cane Lane in Calhoun, located between Ruston and Monroe off of Hwy. 151. The address is 170 Hwy 151 N., Calhoun, LA 71225. Here’s a handy map to help you find your way to this delightful display:
For more information about Candy Cane Lane, check out the official Candy Cane Lane website where you can purchase tickets and learn more about the family behind the lights. Don’t forget to follow Candy Cane Lane on Facebook, too, so you can stay up to date on any upcoming announcements.
Did you go to Candy Cane Lane last year? Will you be there this year? Let us know in the comments below!
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Christmas Lights In Louisiana
What are the most popular Christmas light displays in Louisiana?
Some of the most popular Christmas light displays in Louisiana are:
- Natchitoches Christmas Festival of Lights: This incredible six-week display is one of the largest Christmas festivals in the United States. It’s been a holiday tradition for many since it began in 1927.
- Celebration in the Oaks: City Park in New Orleans transforms into a winter wonderland with over a million lights over 25 acres.
- Christmas in Roseland: Takes place at the American Rose Center in northern Louisiana. The 60-acre garden is the largest park dedicated to roses in the country. During the holiday season, it takes on an even sweeter appearance with hundreds of twinkling lights, countless holiday displays, a Christmas market, and more.
- Acadian Village: This living history museum in Lafayette takes on a new appearance for Christmas. Noel Acadien Au Village offers 23 acres to explore.
Read on to discover even more holiday light displays in Louisiana.