The two-mile long Christmas Tree Lane from December 2nd to December 25, the rest of the year otherwise known as North Van Ness Boulevard in the 100-year old, urban-forested Old Fig Garden of Fresno:http://www.christmastreelane.com/
The links on the sidebar have videos of the Lane.http://www.yelp.com/biz/christmas-tree-lane-fresnohttp://www.yelp.com/biz_photos/christmas-tree-lane-fresno?start=0
Photos of a small selection of the homeshttps://www.facebook.com/ChristmasTreeLaneFresno
From the Fresno Bee
"In its 93rd year [in 2015], it has become one of the longest-running holiday events in the country. It’s a tradition that has been featured in Sunset Magazine, The Washington Post and on The Learning Channel. Sponsored by the Fig Garden Homeowners Association and supported by donations, it is expected to draw more than 100,000 visitors this year."
In 2014, one of the homes won on the national television show "The Great Christmas Light Fight," the picture (with the clock tower) in this story showing just part of the winning home:http://collegian.csufresno.edu/2014/12/02/christmas-tree-lane-lights-up-the-season/
On the two walk nights, for four hours the Lane is literally solid people over the two lanes for two miles under the lighted Deodora Cedar Christmas trees lining the boulevard, estimated at 15,000 or so people passing through per night.
Article with the story of the beginning in 1920 of the tradition, when the deodora cedar street trees were barely five years old and quite small, compared to their magnificent sizes today (each street in the Old Fig Garden is planted with a different street tree):http://www.fresnobee.com/news/local/article47677240.html