T’is the Season for Christmas Lights: Where to Go in Oakville

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T’is the Season for Christmas Lights: Where to Go in Oakville
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Nolan A Machan

Nolan A Machan

Nolan Machan is the Publisher of OakvilleNews.Org and has over 41 years of local Oakville knowledge. He is committed to providing Oakville residents with the most up-to-date information about our great town.

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A holiday tradition in our home is to go for a car ride close to Christmas to catch all the fun, beautiful and eccentric lighting displays. If you know of a place not on the this year’s list, could you please add it to the comments so that other people can find the location. 

The locations that include decorated Christmas trees:

  • Downtown Oakville
  • Kerr Village
  • Bronte Village
  • George’s Square (Sumner & Trafalgar Road)

A couple of street communities that have come together to celebrate the holidays in all there colourful glory.

  • Fairway Hills which is off Dorval Drive on the east side just south of Upper Middle Drive
  • Shorewood Drive which is south of Lakeshore Road West the 2nd street west of Dorval Drive

Other strong lighting displays include:

  • Lakeshore Road East from Allan to Ford Drive.
  • Morrison Heights Drvie which is south of Lindbrook between Chartwell and Morrison Road.
  • Sixth Line from the North Service Road to Upper Middle Drive there are two homes that have just gone crazy with their lighting displays.
  • McCraney between Sixth Line and Oxford there is one home where the lights have been synchronized to music. Submitted by Shannon Jones via Facebook
  • Solingate Drive just north of Lakeshore Road in Bronte is the home of the Haunted House for Halloween is also done up for Christmas.

“In South-East Oakville there is a home at Barringham Drive & Argyle that is done up to the nines,” according to Ryan Maunala as Realtor from Century 21 Miller.

So if you know of a home which has been done up for the Holidays. Please send up as picture or Tweet us a picture @NewsInOakville, and please add the address so that we can add it to the holiday list. You can also email those Christmas pictures to OakvilleNews@gmail.com.

Happy Holidays!

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Readers Comments (12)

  1. Heather Donaldson says:

    Thanks for the sites. One correction – It’s George’s Square – named after the founder of Oakville – George Chisholm. To my knowledge he was no saint.

    • Nolan Machan says:

      Thank you for taking the time to comment – the change has been made.

      • Susan says:

        The founder of Oakville was William Chisholm

    • Carolynn Leblanc says:

      George’s square was named after William Chisholm’s father.

  2. elona says:

    The 2 houses at 6th line and McCraney are amazing!! Everyone who enjoys lights should go

    • pdidee says:

      where are those houses located

  3. Sharri says:

    There are a couple of houses off Pilgrimswood (close to the school) as well.

    • Jeff says:

      Pineway Court off Pilgrims way just North Of Pilgrim Wood School…Not to be missed

  4. Jody says:

    Sixth Line and Munn’s Avenue – amazing display!

  5. Karen says:

    Fairway Hills is beautiful, but on Christmas Eve (only) they line the streets with candles for charity

  6. Jen says:

    Sixth line and munns. They do a fabulous job decorating for Xmas. 🎅

  7. Judy says says:

    Yes 6th Line and Munns is really good. He goes all out for both Christmas and Halloween.


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