A Neighborhood 4th of July Tradition Continues

July 4th BicycleOn July 4, 2000, with only about 20 families living in the community, The Riverfront 4th of July Parade was born. Children and families decorated their bikes, wagons, and even skateboards, and made their way down River Club Drive to show their patriotism in celebration of our nation’s Independence Day.


In those days, there were far more parade participants than spectators – but not anymore. Twelve years later, more than 800 families now live in this resort-style community, and the 4th of July Parade continues as an event not to be missed, whether you’re ‘parading’ or just enjoying the spectacle.


And, as tradition has also established, the parade always ends with free popsicles for the kids, and a day-long party at the pool for everyone — a festival of food, music, games & prizes for all ages.


Independence Day is just one of the holidays that residents of The Riverfront gather to celebrate. Special events and activities take place all year-round, for all ages. To check out the complete calendar of events, visit RiverfrontSwimClub.com.

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