More than 3 million tiny white lights outline the buildings and twinkle in the trees and bushes along St Augustine’s historic streets. The display starts in mid November and lasts until January 31. The lights are pretty but it’s the other attractions that make a trip to St. Augustine worthwhile. Click here for some of the places that we visited in 2014.
The best displays are along Avendia Menendez. Most of the sidewalks and curb cuts are in very good condition and the terrain is flat so it’s fairly easy to get around.
Parking is limited in most areas of St. Augustine especially for oversized vehicles.There’s a free parking lot for RVs only on the corner of West Castillo and Riberia Street, west of the visitor center and parking garage ( which has all day parking for cars – $15.00 ). The signs in the lot are a little confusing. There is no fee except if you’re staying twenty four hours ( $35.00) but sleeping overnight in the lot is prohibited. Lights 29.89451, -81.31082