Christmas Light Displays -Coastal Towns USA

This is my last posting before Christmas, and I'm taking you on a tour of Holiday lights! To learn more about each image, please click on it.

Seaside Oregon
Christmas light displays as unique as the towns themselves! Seaside, Oregon, for example, pays homage to the starfish that you can admire along the coast there during low tide.



South Beach Miami wraps its palm trees.

Venice Beach
Residents in Venice Beach, CA, celebrate their canals.

Christmas Montauk
Long Islanders show off their oldest lighthouse (in the State of New York), the Montauk Point Lighthouse.

Nights of Lights St. Augustine
Ancient buildings magically glow during Nights of Lights in our nation's oldest city, St. Augustine, FL.

Coronado Christmas Lights
Fellow blogger friend Rainey from The Project Table got to see this Victorian beauty and its Christmas light display in person, the Hotel Del Coronado in San Diego, and she's got a ghost story to tell too that she shares here.

Manhattan Beach Pier
One of Los Angeles County’s notable coastal attractions, the Manhattan Beach Pier, all decked out.

Charleston Christmas
Additionally, many coastal towns also have Christmas parades of lighted boats, this one was captured floating around the harbor in Charleston, SC.

Newport Beach Christmas Tree Fashion Mall
The holiday traditions in Newport Beach, CA, not only include the oldest Christmas Boat Parade in the U.S., but also until this year the tallest Christmas tree (over 100 feet) at Fashion Island, an open-air shopping center. You can learn why the tree is smaller this year here.

Lobster Trap Tree
And I'm sure it won't surprise you that in Maine you'll find a Christmas tree made entirely of lobster traps, located in Rockland.

Have a very Merry Christmas!

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