The Jackson Hole, WY Fourth of July Parade is a patriotic celebration of culture and community that draws businesses, nonprofit organizations, community groups, friends, neighbors, and visitors to Town Square.
The Jackson Hole Fourth of July Parade celebrates western culture, ranching history, independence and community. Riders on horseback, classic cars, intricately decorated floats, local firefighters and law enforcement and dancers and performers are just some of the entries that spectators can expect this year, which will be extra special as Teton County turns 100 years old and Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce turns 75.
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Please follow these guidelines during the parade:
- Spread along the entire parade route
- Wherever possible, please allow spacing between different households
- Please leave the Town Square bleachers open for handicap and elderly
- Do not attend the event if you're experiencing symptoms of Covid-19