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Canyon Lake’s hometown Fiesta Day parade returns May 25

Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.

Canyon Lake’s Fiesta Day parade returns on Saturday, May 25. Considered the granddaddy of all Canyon Lake events, Fiesta Day is an annual tradition that brings families, neighbors, and friends together to celebrate patriotism and honor the memory of those who served the nation.

Fiesta Day kicks off with an old-fashioned hometown parade at 9 a.m. on Canyon Lake Drive North at Mayflower. The parade will travel along Canyon Lake Drive North, turning right at Vacation Drive and ending at Lighthouse Dr. The parade features decorated golf carts, bicycles, floats, trucks, trailers, performance groups, local dignitaries, clubs, organizations, and businesses.

Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.

This year’s grand marshal is Lynn Jensen, a former long-time Canyon Lake POA employee.

Parade participants will start staging at 7 a.m. at the parade staging streets: Spray Drive, Smugglers Point Drive, Sloop Drive, and Clear Water Drive.

There will be no parking from 6 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at the following locations:

  • Canyon Lake Drive North, from Evans Park to Vacation Drive
  • Vacation Drive to Lighthouse Drive, from the stop sign to Lighthouse Drive)
  • Staging Streets: Spray Drive, Smugglers Point Drive, Sloop Drive, and Clear Water Drive

The following streets will be closed to through traffic from 8:30 a.m. until after the parade:

  • Canyon Lake Drive North, from Steelhead Drive to Vacation Drive
  • Vacation Drive, from the stop sign to Lighthouse Drive
  • The main causeway at Village Way Drive will be open to pedestrian traffic only

Canyon Club Drive and Lighthouse Drive are the exit routes for parade participants.

Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.

After the parade, free activities and entertainment will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the lodge, Sierra Park, Holiday Harbor Park, Indian Beach, and East Port Park.

To view the weekend activities and entertainment schedule, click here.

Free golf cart and boat shuttle services will be available after the parade. For shuttle service information, click here.

For a look back at the history of Fiesta Day from 1973 to 2001, click here.

Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.
Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.
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