Christmas time is here, the kids are out of school, and you are probably going to head outside and check out some lights. Here are 5 options for you in, and around, The Greater Palm Springs area:
1) Candy Cane Lane
Minerva Road in Cathedral City is home to “Candy Cane Lane”. Almost every home on the street goes all out for The Holidays with lights, decorations, and displays (and watch for some surprises as some residents even have a pretty good sense of humor about it.
Get more info on Candy Cane Lane here.
Get more info on RoboLights here.
The Living Desert in Palm Desert hosts WildLights every night (with the exception of Christmas) from now until New Year’s Eve. Light displays are in abundance every night at The Living Desert – while the event also features animal encounters, a chance to meet Santa and holiday food items.
Wildlights at The Living Desert, nightly from 6pm – 9pm. Admission is $10 for adults, $8 for children, under 3 are free. The Living Desert is located at 47900 Portola Avenue in Palm Desert.
4) Festival of Lights at The Mission Inn
4 million lights are on display in downtown Riverside, as the historic Mission Inn has grown bigger and bigger each year. Not only is the hotel all decked out – but Santa makes an appearance nightly, there is plenty of good stuff to eat (donut buckets!), ice-skating, reindeer, and much more.
Get more info on the Festival of Lights here.
5) Yucaipa Christmas
Showtimes run nightly Sunday through Thursday from 5:30-9:00pm and Friday-Saturday 5:30-10:00pm.
Find Yucaipa Christmas at 33375 Manning St. in Yucaipa – nearest cross street is Oak Glen Rd.