Just off the sparsely populated Sisters Ferry Road in rural Effingham County, Georgia, is a community that locals call "Tiger Ridge." In the neighborhood of mobile homes, the residents adorn everything, even the butane tank, with tens of thousands of Christmas lights. In these pictures you can see Santa and Mrs. Claus fishing in a boat, a Nativity scenes (there's a rooster on top that you can see if you look closely).
If you go, take Hwy 21 to Springfield, and after the intersection with Hwy 119, go about another mile to another traffic light, then turn right, and after you go under the narrow bridge, turn back sharply to the left on Old Dixie Highway. Go a few miles, then turn right on Sisters Ferry Road. Go about four miles until you see a sign pointing to the left down a dirt road, saying "Lights." A short distance back on the dirt road you will see the lights. Be prepared to sign the "guest book," as the residents will come to your car and ask you to sign a spiral notebook. There is no charge, although the residents do sell home cooked items like molasses.