Once a year something magical happens

Over 7 acres is transformed into a winter wonderland. A free, drive-through light show like you’ve never seen.

 

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6 houses. 7 1/2 acres.

And it keeps getting larger every year! What started out with a couple of Lucy Depp homeowners talking about Christmas lights is now one of the must-see drive-through holiday light shows in Central Ohio.

A labor of love, it takes over a month to hang the lights and countless hours to program the show. Almost every tree, bush, and display is independently controlled, which means that there is an extension cord from that item back to a controller. In programming, we have to tell each channel what to do, down to the millisecond! It’s quite a feat to make some lights blink, that much is for sure!

The show runs from Black Friday to the first week of January, dusk until 10pm Sun-Thurs and until 11 on Friday and Saturday. Because our roads are so narrow and traffic is a concern, we have a loop around the show. You enter at Frabell Dr and exit on Springdale Dr.

About the Show

Learn more about how we make it all happen! Nerd out here.

Donations

Please consider donating to Peace for Paws when you visit our show. They are a non-profit pet rescue group that assist with the homeless pet population in Ohio.

History of Lucy Depp Park

From the first African-American owned farm in Delaware County to a stop on the Underground Railroad to later a community for African-Americans, LDP has quite the history!

2019 Show Fun facts:

-6 houses

-Covers over 7 ½  acres

-1/2 mile show loop  

-60,000+ lights

-15x 16-channel controllers (240 independent channels of conventional Christmas lights)

-Pixel displays with a combined 15,000+ pixels (each bulb/dot can be individually controlled and color changed)

-48,300 total channels of control

-5 wireless nodes delivering network signal across the entire display

-5500’ + of Cat5 cable connecting the majority of the controllers

-Over 6 miles of extension cords

-The whole show is run from one Raspberry Pi (a computer the size of a deck of cards)

Geek out even more in the “About the Show” section!

Tune to 87.9 FM to “hear” our lights!