The Huntington Beach 4th of July Parade photos include marching bands, military honor guards, various veterans organizations, colorful floats, vintage automobiles, local community organizations and businesses, multiple military flyovers, and much more.
The annual Huntington Beach 4th of July Parade is the largest 4th of July Parade in California and draws thousands of spectators each year. The Huntington Beach Parade takes place the morning of July 4th from 10 am to noon. The parade starts in downtown Huntington Beach and ends on Main Street about a block past the Huntington Beach Civic Center.
The Huntington Beach 4th of July Parade photos include many organizations such as the Boeing Company, Boy Scouts, Brethren Christian High School, Cub Scouts, El Bekal Shrine, Democratic Clubs of Orange County, Falun Dafa, Girl Scouts, Huntington Beach Fire Department, Huntington Beach High School, Huntington Beach Police Department, Huntington Harbour Republican Women, Interfaith Council, Kiwanis Club of Huntington Beach, Knights of Columbus, Noble Cause Foundation, NRA, Orange County Lutheran Youth Band, Pacific Coast Hoops, Pearl Habor Survivors, Race for the Cure, Rainbow Disposal, Rancho Laguna, Scats Gymnastics, Submarine Veterans, International Surfing Museum, Surfrider Foundation, Tupua, US Coast Guard, US Marine Corp, VFW, Victory Martial Arts, YMCA Adventure Guides, and many more.
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