Access to Ashebrooke Subdivision will begin at 6:00 pm on the Night of Lights scheduled for Sunday, December 17, 2023.
We are located near the intersection of Kelly Mill Road and Bethelview Road in Cumming, GA.
All traffic must enter at Luke Drive and follow the traffic pattern as indicated on the map (right). Only right turns are permitted on the Night of Lights to ensure the proper flow of traffic.
Visitors may not park on the streets or turn around since traffic will be one-way only for the duration of the event.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation and we look forward to seeing you on the Night of Lights!
We will have donation buckets throughout the subdivision on the event night. Go here to read more about this year's recipients!
how can i donate to the recipients?
You may drive through Ashebrooke on other nights to enjoy the light displays. However, lights are put up and turned on at the discretion of our residents. We plan to have lights ready by our big event on the third Sunday in December. On weeknights, most lights are turned on after 6:30 PM. This allows our residents to get home before viewing traffic starts.
can i see the lights in ashebrooke
on another night?
Unfortunately, no. Since this event is not a commercial event and takes place in a residential area, we are unable to provide access to restrooms.
The Night of Lights event is FREE! Donations to our recipients are at your discretion.
are there restrooms at nol?
what does it cost to get in?
Driving through Ashebrooke Subdivision on the actual Night of Lights will vary depending on what time you arrive. However, visitors can expect to spend anywhere from 45 minutes to 2 hours enjoying the light displays and attractions. Please be aware that traffic is usually very heavy on the Night of Lights event.
how long does it take to drive the night of lights?