Rancho Cucamonga Christmas Lights – Thoroughbred 2019
This is our favorite time of year here at the Lisa DiNoto Group. It’s that special time of year when Thoroughbred Street, Rancho Cucamonga gears up for a spectacular holiday season! We look forward to seeing you all at the Rancho Cucamonga Christmas Lights, Thoroughbred 2019!
Christmas Lights In Rancho Cucamonga
The grandest Christmas light display of them all is found right here in the heart of Rancho Cucamonga. The Thoroughbred Christmas Lights in Rancho Cucamonga, sometimes called “Alta Loma Christmas Lights,” are a long-standing Christmas tradition that has been enjoyed by locals and beyond for over 20 years. The Christmas lights installation in Rancho Cucamonga brings in countless families every single year, and this year should be no exception!
When Do The Thoroughbred Christmas Lights Start?
The city of Rancho Cucamonga has cracked down on the holiday lights on Thoroughbred. The City has implemented a “Drive-Thru Only” Ordinance during high peak evenings/weekend hours to reduce the mix of vehicles and pedestrians.
Drive-Thru Only = December 6th – 8th & December 13th – 24th
General public/pedestrians will not be allowed to walk the holiday display during these designated dates. It’s best to plan ahead and bring the family as soon as possible. The closer to Christmas it becomes, the more crowds you can expect. But all good things must come to an end! The last day to see the Thoroughbred Christmas Lights is on Christmas Eve, December 24th.
What To Bring When You See The Christmas Lights
Some Thoroughbred residents may even offer some fresh eats and drinks for sale! In past years we’ve seen items such as churros, mini donuts, hot chocolate, and coffee. Be sure to bring cash for not only these items, but also special donation opportunities.
Also, don’t forget to bring a jacket because it gets really cold and it will take about an hour to walk the entire street.
How To Get To The Thoroughbred Christmas Lights
Looking for Thoroughbred Christmas Lights directions? The Thoroughbred Street “loop” is located off of Sapphire St north of Banyan Street and south of Hillside Road. You used to be able to see the lights on foot, but this year a few things have changed. For a complete description of the new rules and information click below!
We suggest you plan ahead and map it out! If you don’t already have a Rancho Cucamonga Christmas Lights Map, click below and we’ll send you one instantly!