110 West Martin – Home of Jerry and Rhonda Friar. This home was built at the turn of the last century. The carriage step our front is the only one remaining in El Dorado Springs. The entire house, up stairs and down is decorated with a whimsical charm.
404 S. Main – Home of Jack and Donna Ellis. This 120-year old home was built in 1883 and has undergone complete renovation. The home is decorated with a tree in every room including the bathrooms.
1009 Airport Rd. – Home of Dawn Thurlo. The home is extensively decorated inside featuring five thematically decorated Christmas trees AND Santa, making a guest appearance, will be available from 3 p.m. – 6 p.m.
3930 East 320 Rd. (Airport Rd.) – Home of Shannon Mays – Ten plus Christmas Trees decorate this home. The sun porch has be turned into a Dickens village complete with a train. A Coca Cola village is also part of the décor. Outsid,e the house and yard are illuminated with over 5,000 lights and a nativity scene greets you as you come up the drive.
3293 S. 315 Rd. (N.E. corner of Hacienda Estates) – Home of D’Ette Eaves. The outside of this home is decorated to light up the neighborhood. Inside, every room has touch of Christmas. The three big trees decorating the interior of the home feature Victorian, old fashioned and snowman ornaments.
4035 E. 320 Rd. (Airport Rd.) – Home of Roger and Angie Hensley. Two lighted trees greet you on the front porch. Inside, each room on the main level features a different Christmas scene.