Jessica Robinson said her husband and two children worked hard to decorate their home on Aurora Street in Parksville. — Photo submitted by Jessica Robinson

MAP: Christmas light displays to check out in Parksville Qualicum Beach

The NEWS is compiling a list/map to aid in the search for great local Christmas displays

Looking for some of best-lit houses in the Parksville Qualicum Beach area this Christmas?

Here’s a list and map, generated by residents’ submissions, to help you in your search.

The list and map will be update with new locations as readers send in suggestions with addresses.

Let us know what some of the best displays are in your community so we can share them with others!

To share addresses or cross streets with interesting light displays to be added to this list, email reporter@pqbnews.com.

Parksville

481 Aurora St.

Starflower Way between Forsyth Avenue and Camas Way

Corner of Forsyth and Finholm

Meadow Drive

703 and 903 Kasba Circle

763 Camas Way

220 Crabapple Cres.

Mckillop Drive

260 Corfield St. South

Pym Street and Forsyth Avenue

192 Cedar St.

254 Starflower Way

Kazan Avenue

Newcastle Avenue

Rowan Avenue

704 Ironwood Dr.

502 Harnish Ave.

Columbia Beach

1508 Juan De Fuca Blvd.

664 Johnstone Rd.

Qualicum Beach

Tribune Place

Qualicum Bay

330 Horne Lake Rd.

— NEWS Staff

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