Austin Area Christmas Lights Trail

By Linsey Thut | December 22, 2017

We’re partnering up with the Austin Area Chevy Dealers to bring you a Austin Area Christmas Lights Trail just in time for Christmas! Grab some hot cocoa, blast your favorite Christmas carols and hop on this road trip full of Holiday cheer!

HERE’S THE MAP:

Holiday Lights on The Square – Georgetown, TX

At Christmastime, the Georgetown Square lights up with red and green, and it’s quite a sight to see! Stop by to see tons of twinkling lights and epic window displays, and take a photo with the giant tree on the courthouse lawn! Wave to the folks at Don Hewlett Chevrolet as you pass by!

 

Hometown Holiday – Round Rock, TX

Picture by Downtown Round Rock Facebook

Near Henna Chevrolet, the town of Round Rock is all lit up for Hometown Holidays. Every night from 6-9 p.m. until Dec. 31, stop by Downtown to see the streets dazzling with lights and the water tower draped with lights to form a Texas-sized Christmas tree.

 

Walkway of Lights – Marble Falls, TX

Picture by Walkway of Lights Facebook Page

Visit Marble Falls to see the colorful reflection of Christmas lights in the Colorado River! Across town from Chevrolet Buick Marble Falls at Lakeside Park, is a magical land of over two million lights, fun characters and light arches galore! The Walkway of Lights is open nightly from 6-10 p.m. until Jan. 1.

 

Lights Spectacular – Johnson City, TX

Johnson City really knows how to get into the Christmas spirit! The entire town is transformed into a Holiday wonderland with lights covering the Blanco County Courthouse, the city park and the Pedernales Electric Co-Op each night from 6 p.m. to midnight until Jan. 1.

 

Austin Trail of Lights – Austin, TX

Keep Christmas WEIRD with a visit to the Austin Trail of Lights at Zilker Park each night from 7-10 p.m. until Dec. 23. Local businesses have set up Holiday scenes and awesome lights displays including a bat cave and a Rudolph the red-nosed giant jackalope! Be sure and stop by to wish the folks at Capitol Chevrolet a “Merry Christmas!”

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