How to find the best Christmas lights in town

St. George City from Dixie Rock, St. George, Utah, Dec. 7, 2013 | Photo by Kai Anderson

ST. GEORGE — Looking for the best Christmas light displays around town? Well, there’s a map for that. A recently published St. George Christmas light map includes six of the most extravagantly decorated local homes, plus the LDS Temple and the light display on Main Street in St. George.

(story continues below)Christmas light map of St. George | Graphic courtesy of Tyler King, St. George News

Christmas light map of St. George | Graphic courtesy of by Tyler King, St. George News

This map was created by Tyler King, and his co-workers at the Voxxy Network, and can be used as a tour guide for those searching for the best Christmas lights in town. One of the more visually stimulating homes on the map, located in Washington City, has moving lights that are synchronized to music. The music can be found when visitors tune their radio to the station indicated on the map.

“The 2013 St George Christmas Light Spectacular” map is sponsored by HedgeHog Electric who has assisted the homes to make sure that they don’t have any consequential electrical problems.

For every like on HedgeHog electric’s Facebook page, they have agreed to donate $1 to the Dixie Care & Share.

King, the Social Media Manager of the Voxxy network, spent some time collecting info from community members to find the best Christmas light displays in the community. After King had a general idea of where these homes might be, he spent a Saturday driving around with his family to find these homes. Once he found the homes he got permission from the owners to include their homes in the map.

For more info visit HedgeHog Electric’s map page, which also includes a Google map that you can download to your phone for easy driving directions. Additional homes will be added to the map in coming days.

WARNING: All of us at St. George News suggest staying off the roads until they are clear of ice and snow. The St. George Police Department has reported over 46  accidents in the last three days, many of which were snow and ice-related. Slide offs continue to occur as of Monday evening and many roads still have substantial icy patches.

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  • Mr Obvious December 9, 2013 at 6:12 pm

    Uhhh. Very shocked this isn’t invasion of privacy. Seriously. A map pointing out local homes? I’d be pissed. OH YAH, everyone go to THAT guy’s house.

    • Yvette Hansen December 9, 2013 at 8:23 pm

      The article says “he got permission from the owners to include their homes in the map.” Obviously, they want people to come see their light displays.

    • dustin adams December 10, 2013 at 4:29 am

      That’s why they asked the home owners.

  • dustin adams December 9, 2013 at 6:38 pm

    How about hurricane area?

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