The Tiny Town In North Carolina With 300 Lighted Trees Is A Holiday Dream Come True

Christmas Town U.S.A. is located right here in North Carolina and you’ll want to make this the year to go check it out! Tiny little McAdenville (population: under 700 residents) has been making holidays brighter as Christmas Town U.S.A. since 1956! And while light styles and holiday decor may have changed over the last 63 years, the overabundance of holiday cheer has continued to flourish and grow in this tiny town in the Tar Heel State.

Christmas Town U.S.A. (McAdenville, NC) is located 30 minutes west of Charlotte. The route through town is 1.3 miles long and, if driving, you should allow 45 minutes to an hour to make your way through town. Also, two of the streets in town are dead end streets and closed to vehicular traffic so you’ll need to park and walk to see those. Parking is free if you park at one of the lots listed at this link. The lights are turned on each afternoon at 5:30 p.m. and turn off at 9:30 p.m. on Friday and at 11:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. If you’re traveling from outside the area, visit this link for the best route to Christmas Town U.S.A. For more information, visit the official website for Christmas Town U.S.A. here.

Can’t get enough holiday cheer this season? Head to the Charlotte Motor Speedway – where you’ll actually drive on the track as you make your way through the biggest light show in North Carolina!