• 13586 Martha Ave., Port Charlotte: Some of the decorations are homemade. Display includes a two-story inflatable. 

• Nelson Avenue, Port Charlotte: Several houses decorated along the street.

• 495 Loveland Blvd., Port Charlotte: Full house and yard displays. 

• 6387 Cutler Terrace, Port Charlotte: Awesome light display.

• 3481 Catskill St., Port Charlotte: extreme Christmas light show featuring more than 65,000 all LED lights synchronized to music that you tune in to your radio at 96.3 FM. The show runs weeknights from 6 p.m.-10 p.m. and weekends until 11 p.m.


• Gulfview Road, Punta Gorda Isles: Residents on the cul-de-sac decorate annually.

• Bonn Court N., Deep Creek: Half-dozen homes decorated with lots of lights.

• 27060 Pelotas Drive, Deep Creek: Display of lights including reindeer, snowmen, gingerbread house and large lighted candy canes.

• 26000 block of La Paz Court, Deep Creek: Cul-de-sac and houses around it are decorated.

• Lakewood Village, 5601 Duncan Road, Punta Gorda: Many residents decorated and the entrance is decorated as well.

• 3805 Rosemary Drive, Punta Gorda: Lots of lights and inflatables. Entire yard is full and the house is covered.

• 201 W. Marion Ave., Punta Gorda: There is a random flashing tree with ceiling snowflakes on the second floor.

• 3600 block of Kassandra Drive, Burnt Store Isles: Entire block is decorated.


• 10192 Willowood Ave., Englewood: Music light display and more than 25 inflatables.

• 7107 Adderly Road, Englewood: Big blowup display, Christmas lights and music.

• 7036 and 7049 Spinnaker Blvd., Englewood: Two houses with lots of lights and figures.

• 10430 Reims Ave., Englewood East: About 10,000 lights on display from 6 p.m.-9:30 p.m. Large tree with synced lights through the yard. Traditional nativity scene under the trees.

• 5230 Montego Lane, Gulf Cove: Christmas village with more than 200 lit buildings, as well as other interesting mechanical items such as trains and a music box. The homeowner welcomes guests to get out of their cars for a closer look at the village. 

• 179 Tournament Road, Rotonda: Lots of lights synced to music. To view online: www.youtube.com/watch?v=hnFRYPbHo98.

• 811 Boundary Blvd., Rotonda: Hundreds of lights and more than 35 lighted characters with penguins, reindeer, Santa, etc.

• 1069 Boundary Blvd., Rotonda: Large display of standing lawn figures, hundreds of lights with other unique displays. 

• 16 Palm Drive, Palm Island: Fully lit property with three moving projections, 10 inflatables with a "Welcome" drive-thru arch, highlighted by a 15-foot Santa on the roof overlooking the Gulf of Mexico.


• Boca Chica Avenue and North Chamberlain Boulevard, North Port: two houses decorated.

• 4393 Ozark Ave., North Port: Lots of lights and over 150 lighted blow molds. Display is lit from about 6 p.m.-9:30 p.m. nightly.

• 5781 S. Cranberry Blvd, North Port: Lots of lights and even a small dog display. The RV is all decorated too.

• Corner of Thomas Lane and Parkmount Terrace, North Port: two houses are decorated with lots of lights and inflatables.

Have you seen impressive holiday decorations at residences in Charlotte, DeSoto or Sarasota counties? Email a photo, the location and a brief description to newstips@yoursun.com.


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