I don’t know about your family, but ours cannot get enough of Christmas light viewing! Every night we can, we get bundled up and head out to enjoy the magical, enchantment that Christmas lights offer to the season. Here’s a small list of places that we visit and some that we hope to enjoy as this holiday season winds down.
Candy Cane Lane – Kerrisdale Ridge – All of the houses are decked out in red and white. Some throw in a bit of green here and there but for the most part they are dressed up to match.
The Elf House at 1815 Bristol St, Medford - This house must have taken at least a month to get their halls decked. There are so many cute stories within their display we got out and took some time to catch all of the details. There is even Christmas music on to help put you in the spirit.
2018 UPDATE - They are not decorated this year. :( Check back next year.
Cherry Lane and Greystone Court – Who doesn’t know about Cherry Lane and Greystone Court? These streets are amazing! I highly recommend parking on Cherry Lane across the street and walking around Cherry Lane and then heading over to Greystone Court. Cherry Lane teams up with Lightly Loved Toys to collect toys for kids in need and Greystone Court has a canned food drive for Access. Starting on Thanksgiving weekend they have their donation barrels out and they stop collecting toys December 21st so that they have time to distribute them to children in need. The canned food drive’s main event is always on the 21st-24th from 530-930pm. Santa is there each night. Human Bean will be there to kick-off the charity event while handing out free sample cups of hot cocoa. And Medford radio stations will be there from 5-7pm on Thursday and Friday. It truly is a family outing.
Seckel Ct off of Murphy - Every house in the neighborhood has been decorated by high school students. It is really cute!
Harry & David – They have singing lights every night of the season. We love to go sit in our car and listen to the music and watch the lights. My favorite song is “Have a Holly, Jolly Christmas”, Santa’s mouth moves along with the words. So fun!
Other houses that aren’t in Medford but that we have heard are great:
DeAnjou Rd in Eagle Pt – We haven’t been, but we have heard that it is all lit up with music to go with it!
These are the main places to view lights but throughout Medford you can find lots of wonderful houses to enjoy! We have also created a Google Map to help your Christmas Lights journey along! Merry Christmas Southern Oregon!
To view the google map go here.