The city of San Luis Obispo released a virtual map of some of the most decorated homes in the area and community members did not stop short of creating some spectacular displays.
Leslie Terry, owner of the home called the "Chorro Street Lightshow," says her family has been decorating their home for close to 20 years.
“We have a lot of laughing children every night and people dancing it’s a great thing,” Terry said.
Katie Zachary says her family has been on the hunt for Christmas lights every night since Thanksgiving.
“It’s a great way to get outdoors, give the toddler a change of scenery, something new, and get out in the neighborhood," Zachary said.
The "Henderson's Family Christmas Joy" off of Madonna Road has also been a hot spot on the map, bringing in families from all over the County to see the sights and sounds.
David Medina says that his family drove by the Henderson home the night prior and had to make a special trip back to show their daughter the incredible display.
The lights and festivities are shining a light of hope for many this holiday season.
Leslie Terry says that with social distancing and quarantining this year, it has been even more special to put out their lights for the community.
"I am really happy we get to do this this year you can come and listen to some music and be outside and stay safe..and hopefully we can find some holiday spirit," she said.
There are about 15 homes so far on the map and if you are interested in visiting holiday homes with your family you can find the map here.