Saturday December 3rd
Parade Start Time: 2pm
Staging Area Opens to Participants: 11:30
Cost: $25 per entry
It’s time to start gathering entries into the 2016 Green Cove Springs Christmas Parade. This is such a great event and we look forward to this year being the biggest ever.
To enter into the parade, please fill out the form below.
Awards: 1st, 2nd and 3rd for 5 categories. Best Use of Theme, Best Float, Best Decorated Vehicle, Best Marching/Dance/Mounted Unit, Best Local School Entry.
Space is limited so make sure to get your entry in early
For more info, send an email to Admin@GCSBL.com
Organized by the Green Cove Springs Business League, the Christmas Parade is an annual event in the city. The day is filled with other local events, so please check the City Of Green Cove Springs Website for other information.
Christmas Parade Entry Form
Christmas Parade 2015
HOUSE DECORATING CONTEST
2015 marked the first year of the parade route house decorating competition. The winner was Ashley Blitchington located at 502 Magnolia Avenue.
2015 PARADE WINNERS
This year’s Christmas Parade was a huge success. It had some very light rain early on but the weather turned perfect right before it started. Huge crowds lined the streets to see the over 50+ entries that included antique cars, decorated floats, marching bands, horses, motorcycles, and many others. We cannot wait to see what next year has in store on December 3, 2016. We hope to see you there!
Best Use of Theme
1st – All-Starz Dance Studio
2nd – VFW
3rd – Hibernia Faith Riders
Best Marching/Dance Unit
1st – Atlantic Coast Young Marines
2nd – All Starz Dance Studio
3rd – Dance 4 Life
1st – Isle Health and Rehab
2nd – Hibernia Faith Riders
3rd – Vac-Con, Inc
Best Decorated Vehicle
1st – Green Cove Dragway
2nd – Mike Cella for Clay County Commissioner
3rd – The Treasure Box
The parade could not happen without all of the support from our local community. A special thanks goes out to everyone who helped and especially the following people:
- The Green Cove Springs Business League members who helped to plan and organize the event
- All of volunteers who gave up many hours on the day of the event
- The City of Green Cove Springs
- Springs Baptist Church
- Sargent Tammy Perry and all of the Green Cove Springs Police Dept
- The Clay County Fire Dept
- Virginia Hall with JP Hall Charities
- Garber Auto Mall
- Judge Kristina Mobley – Clay County Clerk of Courts
- Ed Gaw – Hi-Liner Fishing Gear and Tackle
- Sandi Donnavant – VIA
- Andre Labiris – Green Cove Liquors
- Rick Dingle – Clay County Clerk of Courts