Candy Cane Lane Seattle Holiday / Christmas Lights Pictures & 2013 Info | Schedule, Route, Directions

Candy Cane Lane in Seattle Washington
[Candy Cane Lane by Flickr user Bruce Ikenberry]

A holiday tradition for more than 50 years, Candy Cane Lake, aka NE Park Road, opened last weekend. This charming north Seattle neighborhood decorates to the nines every holiday season. Drive over any night after dusk in December to enjoy this lit up wonderland.

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From website:
Candy Cane LaneCandy Cane Lane in Ravenna
December 7, 2013-January 1, 2014
Dusk | Free | All Ages
More info: wedgwoodcc.org

NE Park Road & Ravenna Ave NE
Travel Clockwise to get through display

The annual Candy Cane Lane holiday display begins at dusk on Saturday, December 7 and continues nightly from 4 to 10 PM through New Years Day. Candy Cane Lane is a group of brick-Tudor houses built in 1929 whose castle-like style lends itself to transformation into a winter village of lights. The homeowners on NE Park Road invite everyone to enjoy their festival of holiday cheer, and you are also encouraged to bring a canned food donation for the food bank barrels.

To get to Candy Cane Lane, travel south on 25th Ave NE to NE 55th Street (Kidd Valley hamburgers is on your left.) Turn right at NE 55th Street, then right again onto Ravenna Ave NE, keeping Ravenna Park always on your right. Then take the second right into Candy Cane Lane (NE Park Road) to travel in a clockwise direction through the display.

Consider leaving your car and walking through the display on Candy Cane Lane – then you can take your time and not worry about traffic. Stop by Boulevard Grocery, 2007 NE Ravenna Blvd, for hot cocoa.

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More Candy Cane Lane Photos

Candy Cane Lane in Seattle Washington
Candy Cane Lane by Flickr user Bruce Ikenberry.

Candy Cane Lane in Seattle Washington
Candy Cane Lane by Flickr user Bruce Ikenberry.

Candy Cane Lane in Seattle Washington
Candy Cane Lane by Flickr user Bruce Ikenberry.

Candy Cane Lane in Seattle Washington
Candy Cane Lane by Flickr user Bruce Ikenberry.

Candy Cane Lane in Seattle Washington
Candy Cane Lane by Flickr user Bruce Ikenberry.

Candy Cane Lane in Seattle Washington
Candy Cane Lane by Flickr user Bruce Ikenberry.

Candy Cane Lane in Seattle Washington
Candy Cane Lane by Flickr user Bruce Ikenberry.

To the Nines
Candy Cane Lane by Flickr user Kim.

Seattle's Candy Cane Lane
Candy Cane Lane by Flickr user first last.

Welcome to Candy Cane Lane
Candy Cane Lane by Flickr user franceseattle.

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One Response to Candy Cane Lane Seattle Holiday / Christmas Lights Pictures & 2013 Info | Schedule, Route, Directions

  1. Jer December 15, 2013 at 8:58 pm #

    This was a huge waste of time and gas. Not worth the drive. The photos depicted above is not like what we just saw. We drove through the little neighborhood and there is poor lighting. Looks old nf run down. There’s maybe $200 worth of lights total lit up. The big attraction is a very old carousel thing going around a center island. Very poor rating. There’s no care whatsoever. Highly disappointed two thumbs down. If you want to see a great light show go to Silver Lake by Everett turn off 100th and turn on 21st into the Fir neighborhood. This is decorated 100 times better with a lot more variety.

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