Every holiday season, one of Ventura County's biggest residential light displays lights up the historic section of Downtown Oxnard on F and G streets between 5th and Palm. Worth a visit! And check out the holiday decorated pagoda at nearby Plaza Park. More information at www.oxnardhistoricdistrict.com.
For the 2013 holiday season, Christmas Tree Lane will be showing off its colors. Decorations are typically on from 6PM to 10PM every night, starting the 2nd Sunday of December (the 8th) through December 26th. Ho Ho Ho!
Video and photos below from prior year Christmas Tree Lane displays.
Christmas Tree Lane Visitor Tips from Oxnard Historic District website:
Visitors are asked not to walk in private yards or driveways, unless allowed by residents.
Visitors can walk the route (the best way to fully take it all in) by parking on adjacent side streets and making the 10 block loop. Warm attire is recommended.
Trash receptacles are provided by the City of Oxnard at most intersections.
Portable restrooms have been available since 2007 at 3rd and F Streets.
Visitors in vehicles are asked to keep headlights on for safety reasons. Old timers to Ventura’s Candy Cane Lane remember the rule of turning off your headlights off, but with three cross streets on Christmas Tree Lane and signicantly more visitors headlights must be on for everyone’s safety.
Please respect the privacy of all residents. Please keep children attended with adults at all times, do not allow them to touch or climb on any exhibits - this is for their own safety!
Please be courteous when the crowds are larger on weekends and the sidewalks are congested.