Canyon Lake’s First Drive-Thru Christmas Light Show Opens Nov. 24

Light show
#bestdamlightshowonthelake opens Nov. 24 at Canyon Park. Image courtesy of Lone Star Light Show

Canyon Park on the north shore of Canyon Lake is about to get very merry and bright.

Veteran-owned-and-operated Lone Star Light Show opens Nov. 24 and runs through through Dec. 31.

It’s the first synchronized drive-thru Christmas light show in Canyon Lake.

Thousands of Christmas lights will move and blink in musical synchronization with individual car radios, according to organizers U.S. Army Infantry Veteran Trey Eichenberg and his brother D.J. Eichenberg.

Features include seven interactive light tunnels, an LED nativity display, thousands of light strands, hundreds of thousands of lights and a 40-foot-high mega tree.

In a statement, the Eichenbers said they are pleased to partner with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and the Water Oriented Recreation District of Comal County (WORD). A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the CRRC of Canyon Lake.

Hours are 5:30-10:30 p.m. Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday and 5:30-11 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

Admission is $30 for one standard vehicle Friday-Sunday night, $25 for one standard vehicle Sunday-Thursday, and $50 for premium vehicle admission Friday-Sunday night.

Weekday limo vehicle admission is $45 Monday-Thursday.

For more information, visit info@lonestarlightshow.com.

Canyon Park is located at 1769 Canyon Park Rd.

Please review our commenting rules before submitting a post.


  1. Why are the FEES so high?? Seniors that now in Assisted Living homes, we want to be a part of this.
    I lived at Canyon Lake, at Mount Look for 42 years. And would love to see this happen ONE more time.
    Thanks for your time.
    Carolyn Lehman

    • That is about the standard price for these types of events. Some charge per person in the vehicle. Maybe getting a group together and everyone pitches in. Or perhaps someone at the assisted living home that handles recreation can ask for donations to get people out here.

      • I would love to know where you have gone.
        I have family coming in town in December
        Except for Wimberley, everywhere else is $35-$40 per car & walk through places are averaging $25 per person.

  2. Senior citizens would love to get a discount with the living cost going up . Please help You would probably get more visitors.

  3. It’s much less than Retama Park. Hats off to someone trying to do something nice and donate some of the money. How big is the display area? We want to check it out.

  4. The Loan Star Light Show was just amazing. My family drove through it more than once. Everything is set to music and it is on point. I give it 5 out of 5 Stars. I am excited to see this event grow in popularity and size over the next few years. A must see for us every year.

    Also, I agree that a discount for seniors would be nice.

  5. Carolyn,
    I would be so happy if you would allow me to purchase a ticket to this event for you.
    Please let me know what assisted living home you reside at and I will contact them to make arrangements for you to go see this event.
    If they do not have transportation then you are invited to attend with my family.
    Thank you.
    Shar McKelvie

  6. We are excited to have something new and festive to do right here at home! Heading there tonight with the family to kick off our Christmas season!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.