The 2016 Elliott Christmas Light Tour route in Red Deer

Father and two sons involved in annual mapping of route

The 2016 ultimate Christmas Light Tour route, as mapped by AJ and Matthew and their father Jim Elliott (L is turn left, R is turn right):

Start: Sorensen Station Transit Terminal, east on 49th Street

L on 48th Avenue

L on Ross Street (circle around City Hall Park)

R on 49th Avenue

L on 60th Street, L on 60th Avenue

L on 55th Street, R on Kerry Wood Drive

R on Fir Street

L on Fern Road

R on Kerry Wood Drive, check closely on Farrell Avenue (beautifully decorated home) on to Oak Drive

R on Overdown Drive,

R on Ohio Close (almost the entire close is decorated… breathtaking), continue around the close,

R on Overdown Drive, on to Oleander Drive

L on Taylor Drive

R on Grant Street

R on 59th Avenue

L on 71st Street, on to Niven Street

L on Nance Avenue

R on Nolan Street

L on Nordegg Crescent

R on Norton Avenue

R on 76th Street

R on Gaetz Avenue

L on Phelan Street

L on Parke Avenue

R on Page Avenue

R on Pamely Avenue

R on 67th Street

L on Gaetz Avenue, back to downtown (passing through the old Gaetz Avenue by Wei’s Western Wear)

R on 46th Street

L on Gaetz Avenue, all the way to L on Boyce Street

R on Barrett Drive

L on Bettenson Street

R on Baines Crescent, around the crescent

R on Bettenson Street

R on Barrett Drive, travel all the way around to R on Baird Street

L on Barrett Drive,

L on Molly Bannister Drive

R on Bremner Avenue

R on 30th Street

L on 47th Avenue

R on 32nd Street

L 43rd Avenue

R on 33rd Street

L 41st Avenue

L on 35th Street

R on 43 rdAvenue

R on 39th Street

L on 38th Avenue, immediate R on service road on the north side of 39th Street,

L on 35A Avenue

R on 35th Avenue

R on 44th Street, on to Excell Street

L on Ellenwood Drive

L on Erickson Drive, on to Cornett Drive, on to Rollis Street

L on Ray Avenue

L on Richards Crescent

R on Russell Crescent, on to Ramsay Avenue,

L on Rutledge Crescent

L on Randolph Street

L on Robinson Crescent

L on Reinholdt Avenue

L on Reichley Street

R on 55 Street, on to Hwy 11 to the Parkland Garden Centre (ice sculptures)

Leave Parkland Garden Centre, R on Hwy 11, on to 55th Street,

L on Reichley Street

L on Rideout Avenue, on to Donlevy Avenue

L on Dempsey Street, on to Duston Street

L on Deschner Close, around the close counter-clockwise

L on Dines Street

R on Deschner Close

L on Duston Street

R on Douglas Avenue

L on Dunlop Street on to McLean Street

L on Metcalf Avenue

R on 32nd Street,

R on Spruce Drive, returning to City Hall.

When leaving Deer Park, people may want to check out Lancaster, Vanier Woods, Anders Park, Inglewood and Sunnybrook. In addition, there are beautiful homes in West Park, West Lake, and many other subdivisions in Red Deer.

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