North Carolina town named second best place in the country for Christmas lights

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McAdenville, N.C. is also known as "Christmas Town USA."

McADENVILLE, N.C. – A small town in North Carolina has been named the second best place in the country to see Christmas lights.

It shouldn’t be surprising that McAdenville recently ranked high on Redfin’s list of the best neighborhoods to see holiday lights this year.

The small Gaston County town becomes “Christmas Town USA” every year with a light show that spans nearly two miles and draws 600,000 revelers annually.

McAdenville is between Charlotte and Gastonia and is well-known for celebrating the Christmas season.

It was second only to the Dyker Heights in Brooklyn for areas in America with the best Christmas lights, according to Redfin.

Fox News did a video news report on McAdenville in 2013. Check it out below: