2016 Holiday Lights Around West Cobb

Every year right after Halloween, we begin to see homes getting their holiday lights around West Cobb ready. But some homes start even earlier. It takes months to decorate homes like The Felix Family Lights and Atkinson Lights in Dallas. And now that Thanksgiving is days away, it is time to plan your holiday outings to visit some of these displays. So check out our list of 2016 holiday lights around West Cobb.

Click here to request a map of the displays of holiday lights around West Cobb and more.

Throughout metropolitan Atlanta, there are several holiday light extravaganzas like the ones listed here in addition to the neighborhood displays listed below by city:

  • Fantasy In Lights

    Fantasy In Lights
    Callaway Gardens
    17800 US Highway 27
    Pine Mountain, GA 31822

    DATES: Nov 18, 2016 – Jan 7, 2017

    For tickets and more information, call 800-852-3810.

  • Holiday In Lights

    Holiday In Lights
    Centennial Park
    265 Park Ave West NW
    Atlanta, GA 30313

    DATES: Nov 21 – Jan 1

    The Centennial Olympic Park Ice Rink and the Holiday in Lights display will kick off the holiday season in Downtown Atlanta. For tickets and more information, call 404-222-7275.

  • Holiday in the Park

    Holiday In The Park
    Six Flags Over Georgia
    275 Riverside Parkway SW
    Austell, GA 30168

    DATES: Nov 19 – Jan 4

    For tickets and more information, call 770-739-3400.

  • Lights of Life

    Lights of Life
    Life University
    1269 Barclay Circle
    Marietta, GA 30060

    DATES: Nov 24 – Dec 31
    TIME: 6 – 10 p.m.;

    For tickets and more information, call 770-426-2600.

  • Country Christmas Lights

    Country Christmas Lights
    The Rock Ranch
    5020 Barnesville Highway
    The Rock, GA 30285

    DATES: Nov 24 – Dec 31

    For tickets, dates and time, as well as more information, call 706-647-6374.

  • Stone Mountain Christmas

    Stone Mountain Christmas
    Stone Mountain Park
    1000 Robert E. Lee Blvd
    Stone Mountain, GA 30083

    DATES: Nov 12 – Jan 4

    For tickets and more information, call 800-401-2407.

  • Holiday Light Spectacular

    Holiday Light Spectacular
    Atlanta Motor Speedway
    1500 Tara Place
    Hampton, GA 30228

    DATES: Nov 25 – Dec 25

    For tickets and more information, visit website.

  • Pettit Creek Christmas Light Display

    Pettit Creek Christmas Light Display
    Pettit Creek Farms
    337 Cassville Road
    Cartersville, Georgia 30120

    DATES: Nov 24 – Dec 30

    For tickets and more information, visit website.

  • Magical Night of Lights

    Magical Nights of Lights
    Lake Lanier Islands
    7000 Lanier Islands Parkway
    Buford, Georgia 30518

    DATES: Nov 18 – Dec 30

    For tickets and more information, visit website.

Holiday Lights Around West Cobb & Paulding


Please note that it is VERY early in the season and not all homes have been lit yet. We will drive around and update this list in early December. Bookmark us! Scroll down to leave info or read the comments as many neighbors are adding their favorites and homeowners that have decorated are giving us their schedules.

And don’t forget to comment below to let us how much you liked the lights, or if we missed any displays you think should be included!

Acworth Holiday Light Displays

Hrockin Hranicky Lights
3848 Rivers Run Trace NW
Acworth, GA
tune in to 107.7 FM
6:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Nov 28 – Jan 1
Charity: Angels Among Us Pet Rescue

1662 Dogwood Lane
1662 Dogwood Lane
Acworth, GA

1563 Boxwood Trace
1563 Boxwood Trace
Acworth, Ga

Please note that these lights are shut off at 9pm school nights and 11pm onweekends. Also, they are not lit on rainy nights.

3699 Autumn View Drive
3699 Autumn View Drive
Acworth GA 30101

Farina Family
5735 Fairwood Drive
Acworth, GA 30101

Dallas Holiday Light Displays

Felix Family Lights
224 Oliver Overlook
Dallas, GA
tune in to 100.9 FM

Aubuchon Lights
28 Southshore Pass
Dallas, GA

Seven Hills Area

  • 10 Red Bud Ct
    Dallas, GA 30132
  • 28 Grace Arbor Court
    Dallas, GA 30132
  • 1313 Ivey Gulledge
    Dallas GA 30132
    Lights are on from 5:30pm – 11:00 pm

Stokes Family Christmas
257 Mary Wallace Way
Dallas GA 30157

Atkinson Lights
18 Riverwood Landing
Dallas GA 30157
tune in to 99.1 FM
The Atkinson Family will be joined by their neighbors, the Rowell Family, this year for an even larger holiday display.

Biskup Family Lights
265 Jefferson Drive
Dallas, GA
According to the family, the light show grew as the boys got older and do it all themselves. They started doing the lights around 10-12 yrs old and now one son – at 17 he’s got the passion. Our family theme is “Believe”

Christmas Open House
149 Mary Wallace Way
Dallas, Georgia 30157
“We support and raise money for St Jude children’s hospital. We decorate trees, mantles, garlands, etc. for clients in their homes and business. We are open every Sunday from 12-6. Free Admission” – their Open Houses end in early December, so check them out soon.

Kennesaw Holiday Light Displays

1010 Token Way
1010 Token Way
Kennesaw, GA

McGuire Family Christmas
3120 Calumet Circle
Kennesaw GA 30152

Riley’s Rockin’ Christmas
2008 Palladium Drive
Kennesaw, GA 30152
Riley’s Rockin’ Christmas, with over 35,000 LED lights is set to 50+ minutes of music. Tune in to 101.3
DATES: December 2 – January 1
HOURS: Sunday-Thursday 6pm – 9pm
Friday-Saturday 6pm -10pm
Donations accepted for the Children’s Burn Foundation.

Calumet West
1045 Peace Dr NW
Kennesaw GA 30152

Towne Lake
5780 Stonehaven Drive
Kennesaw, GA

Ben King Road
1510 Ben King Road
Kennesaw, GA

Living Hope Church
3450 Stilesboro Rd NW
Kennesaw, Georgia 30101

Marietta Holiday Light Displays

Maple Avenue Historic District
Maple Avenue
Marietta, GA

The Wigington Family Lights
1720 Whitlock Road
Marietta GA 30066
tune in to 98.3

Stott Family Lights
121 Mayes Farm Road
Marietta, GA 30064
tune in to 88.3

Children’s Light Display
3234 Custer Lake Dr
Marietta, GA 30064
tune in to 87.9

Other Area Holiday Light Displays

Lovinggood Lights
503 Friendship Church Road
Douglasville, GA 30134

Mint Julep Christmas Display
116 N Mountain Brooke Dr
Ball Ground, Georgia 30107
40,000 lights synchronized to 20+ songs. Listen on 88.3 FM. From 6-10pm thru New Years Eve. Free show but donations are graciously accepted for Sibley Heart Center at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.

Holiday Lights of Hope
6688 Bells Ferry Road
Woodstock, GA

Holly Springs Lights
First Baptist Church of Holly Springs
2632 Holly Springs Parkway
Holly Springs, GA 30142

Pettit Creek Farms
337 Cassville Road
Cartersville, GA 30120

Did we miss any?

Comment below to let us know any other displays we should share around West Cobb.

Happy New Year! Our Holiday Lights map has expired for 2017. Please stay tuned for more local information, and of course, if you are looking to buy or sell a home, we are happy to help.

Decorating Your Home in West Cobb

There are several companies around in West Cobb that can help you with your holiday decorating. Here are some:

Acorn Home & Decorating
3870 Due West Rd. NW
Marietta, GA 30064

Seasonal Designs
Hiram, GA

Lightning Bug Electric
3605 Sandy Plains Road
Marietta, GA 30066

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Thanksgiving 2016 Around West Cobb

Can you believe that Thanksgiving is next week? Signs of Thanksgiving around Cobb County are seen throughout our neighborhoods as we welcome the holiday season and start planning the holiday menus. All around West Cobb, Publix and Kroger stores have holiday planning displays reminding us about baking supplies, and the trimmings for the turkey. Yes, let the holiday season entertaining begin.

If you recently moved into your West Cobb home, you might be hosting your first family Thanksgiving. And while you focus on making sure the house is ready for the guests, you might want some help. Here are some hotlines that can help you with menu planning, portion calculations, food safety and more.

  • Butterball Turkey Talk-Line: 1-800-BUTTERBALL
    The Turkey Talk-Line is open Monday through Friday from 10 AM to 7 PM CST from now until December 21. And the best part of all: it’s open Thanksgiving day, starting at 6 AM CST!! TDD line: 1-800-TDD-3848. Bilingual help is available. Online help in Spanish and English.  They also offer a FAQ list to quickly answer many popular questions.
  • USDA Meat and Poultry Hotline: 1-888-674-6854
    If you have questions about food safety, including storage, handling and preparation of the Thanksgiving turkey, call the USDA hotline weekdays from 9 AM to 3 PM CST. TDD line: 1-800-256-7072. The Hotline is open on Thanksgiving Day from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p. m., Eastern Time, but closed on other Federal government holidays.
  • Fleischmann’s Yeast Baker’s Help Line:1-800-777-4959
  • This helpline, for all your questions about breads and rolls, is open Monday – Friday from 9 AM – 7 PM, all year long. Online help.
  • Land O’Lakes Holiday Bake Line: 1-800-782-9606
    Any and all baking questions are answered from 8 AM to 7 PM CST at Land O’Lakes from now until Christmas Eve. Online help.
  • Hershey’s Consumer Hot Line: 1-800-468-1714
    Let the folks at Hersheys walk you through every chocolate question you’ve ever had. Ask for recipes too! This line is open Monday – Friday from 9 AM to 4 PM EST, all year round.
  • Libby Consumer Hot Line: 1-800-854-0374
    Stressed about your pumpkin pie? Get tips and advice, plus recipes using canned pumpkin. The line is open Monday – Friday from 8 AM – 8 PM EST, all year round.
  • Ocean Spray Consumer Helpline:1-800-662-3263
    Learn everything you ever wanted to know about cranberries, including ideas for using leftover canned cranberry sauce. The hotline is open Monday – Friday from 9 AM – 4 PM EST, all year round. And it’s open on Thanksgiving! Online help

Grocery & Food Delivery

A new service in select West Cobb zip codes is grocery delivery. So as you begin to prepare your menu, keep your smartphone nearby to order your groceries. Services available in limited West Cobb zip codes include:

Not interested in cooking? Check out if UberEats is available in your area. Of course, this might be a better option for Black Friday!

And if you are looking for a home around West Cobb that offers a Dining Room that seats 12 or more, check out these listings and contact us to help you.

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Dining Out

And if cooking Thanksgiving Dinner is overwhelming you, and you decide to let someone else do the cooking & cleanup this year, here are the restaurants in our area open on Thanksgiving Day and offering a traditional Thanksgiving Dinner:

Looking for something more casual? Marietta Diner will be open, as will Cracker Barrel, IHOP and several other local chain restaurants.

Whether you dine in or out, enjoy your holiday and be safe.

Christmas Trees Around West Cobb

There is nothing quite like the smell of fresh pine filling your home during the holiday season, and a real Christmas tree can do that better than any candle or air freshener. Having a real tree is a tradition for many families, but if you haven’t had one before and are considering it, there are a few things you should know before you take it on. Residents around our neighborhoods love decorating for the holidays.

NOTE: make sure to read the important information at the end of this article about Christmas trees in West Cobb.

Real Trees, Real Mess

A real tree can make a bit of a mess in your home-you will have to vacuum up the dropped needles regularly. You will also have to keep fresh water in the tree stand and watch out for leaks or spills. There can also be other natural surprises in a real tree such as insects and spiders! While this is rarely a serious problem, it is something to keep in mind.

Repeated Cost Or One Time Cost?

Buying a “fake” tree is something you can invest in one year and use for many years to come. A real tree, on the other hand, will have to be replaced every year. The cost of a real tree depends on where you live and where you purchase it. Since we live in a place where pine trees grow freely, the cost will be much less, and the tree will last longer since it will be fresh.

The Hunt For The Perfect Christmas Tree

If you just have to have that perfectly shaped Christmas tree, you will find it easier to use in a fake tree. Still, hunting through a tree farm or forest for the elusive perfect natural tree is a lot of fun for many people, and if you aren’t too set on perfection you will probably find something pretty close. Just be sure the search is something you will enjoy. There are Christmas tree lots on several street corners around town. And then there are Christmas tree farms … but please make sure to ALWAYS call the farm or store BEFORE YOU GO to check on hours, prices, and inventory.

Berry Patch Farm
786 Arnold Mill Road
Woodstock, GA

Young Road Christmas Tree Farm
139 Young Road
Cartersville , GA 30120

Coker Tree Farm
2280 Macland Rd
Marietta, GA 30064

Pettit Creek Farms
337 Cassville Road
Cartersville, GA 30120

Lazy J Christmas Tree Farm
2840 Old Lost Mountain Rd
Powder Springs, GA 30127

Sleepy Hollow Trees
628 Sleepy Hollow Road
Powder Springs, GA 30127

Deerwoods Christmas Tree Farm
1109 Henry Scott Road
Ball Ground GA 30107

Some Christmas Tree lots around West Cobb include:
Cook’s Christmas Trees
3791 South Cobb
Smyrna GA 30080

A real Christmas tree adds a certain ambiance and holiday spirit to any home, but it isn’t right for everyone. Consider the benefits as well as the possible problems with a real tree before you make a final decision on how to get your home ready for the holidays. Also, make sure to consider safety when decorating your tree.

Recycling Your Christmas Trees
in West Cobb

Residents can help keep West Cobb clean by recycling their Christmas tree. Cobb County participates in the Georgia’s annual Christmas tree recycling program – Bring One for the Chipper. Keep Cobb Beautiful sponsors free Christmas tree drop off locations after the holiday which will take at the following Cobb County Parks anytime after Christmas from 9 AM to 4 PM at the drop-off locations below, and at select Home Depot locations below only on the first Saturday in January. The mulch from these trees has been used for playgrounds, local government beautification projects, and individual yards. That’s just one of the many reasons why Cobb County is such a great place to live!

Drop-off locations:

  • Fullers Park
  • Lost Mountain Park
  • Noonday Creek Park
  • Sewell Park

For details on this year’s event and drop off locations, visit the website at http://www.keepcobbbeautiful.org/bring-one-for-the-chipper.