(NOTE: SOME EVENTS MAY BE CLOSED FOR A PORTION OF DECEMBER DUE TO CALIFORNIA'S NEW REGIONAL STAY-AT-HOME ORDER.)
SPRING VALLEY, Calif. (KGTV) -- Coronavirus isn’t stopping San Diegans from spreading Christmas cheer.
Although the holiday season may look different this year, the warm glow of seasonal lights and overall Christmas spirit remains.
This year, Spring Valley is hosting a magical Christmas drive-thru. The Noah Homes Annual Enchanted Village is business as usual.
More than 100,000-holiday lights blanket the Spring Valley neighborhood with interactive displays and fun attractions from the safety of observers’ vehicles.
The adventure begins at Steele Canyon High School, according to the event’s website.
While on the holiday excursion, you can also have your photo taken with Santa at a safe distance, or drive through a light tunnel. A ginormous musical Christmas tree is also the centerpiece of the experience this year.
The event will be hosted at 12526 Campo Road in Spring Valley from December 18 through the 23 from 5 to 8 p.m. The event costs $65 per vehicle. No motorcycles, buses, limousines, or RV’s are allowed.
Click here for more information or to purchase tickets.