STRONGSVILLE, Ohio — It's that time of year where you bundle up, get in the car and drive around to view Christmas lights.
But what local neighborhoods have the best lights?
News 5 viewers shared their favorite spots to view the lights.
People from all over the state travel to Strongsville to check out the Crownpoint Parkway Festival of Lights. The Crownpoint Park Festival of Lights is on Crownpoint Parkway in Strongsville, Ohio.
If you're looking to drive around different neighborhoods to check out Christmas lights, you need to add Seabury Avenue to your list. Seabury Avenue is located in Fairview, Ohio.
In Rocky River, residents can drive down Lake Road to see homes covered with Christmas lights.
In Mayfield Heights, people from around the country head to Tagg's Candy Cane Lane. The house is located in the 1100 block of West Miner Road.
In Parma, the residents of Keystone Road all decorate their homes and synchronize their lights to go with the music.
Residents in Brooklyn love checking out the houses on Memphis Villas Boulevard between Roadoan Road and Outlook Drive. Multiple houses on the street have amazing displays.
In Mentor, residents drive to Bringman Court to watch lights displays synchronized to music. The homeowners use their dazzling light display to raise money for the Alzhemier's Association.
Another Mentor holiday hot spot is Palmerston Drive near Lake Catholic High School. The homeowners put on a show by having their lights change with whatever music is playing.
Residents say that pictures that don't do the Christmas lights at this Willowick home justice. The house is located in the 200 block of Shoreland Circle.
If you live in Avon Lake, you have to check out the lights on Fay Avenue.
In Elyria, residents drive around the neighborhood by Lorain County Community College to look at the amazing light displays.
In North Ridgeville, Cambridge Drive is the place to go to view Christmas lights.
In Lorain, residents love looking at this display in the 3900 block of Marshall Avenue. The homeowners handmade the arch of lights over the driveway.
For the last seven years, a home in Wadsworth has been decorated to look just like the Griswold's home from "National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation." The home is located on Duane Lane.
In Canton, residents like to drive down Navarre Road SW to look at the amazing displays.
Another Canton favorite is a home in the 4200 block of Salway Avenue. The lights can be seen from I-77 South.
Cherry Lane in Green turns into a Winter Wonderland every year with their light displays.
In Northfield, there is a home on Brandywine Road near West Highland Road that dazzles the neighborhood.
Residents in Hudson love to drive on Ashbrooke Way off of Strawberry Lane to look at the lights.
If you know of an amazing house or street with Christmas decorations that didn't make the list, email firstname.lastname@example.org