Jamboree Days in Crestline Saturday, July 1


By Susan A. Neufeld

Crestline, CA – The 52nd Annual Jamboree Days Parade, on July 1, will have floats, music, marching units, politicians waving and plenty of patriotic entries to bring spectators to their feet.

Citizen of the Year is Mick Hill and Grand Marshals representing Crestline Cafe.

The parade starts at 10:00 a.m. on Crest Forest Drive and runs down Fern drive to Lake Drive. Once the parade passes Lake Gregory Drive, all roads will be open.  There will be no “hard” closures this year.


In addition to the parade, there will be musical entertainment in town starting at noon, sales by local merchants and vendors, with activities, games and, this year, there will be a kids zone at the tennis courts on Forest Shade.


From 3 p.m. to 8 p.m., Corks & Hops will take place along Lake Drive and into Top Town, with pouring stations along the way. Shuttles will be available from lower business district to Top Town. Tickets are $30 and can be purchased at Arrowhead Credit Union, and Next to Hearth and Sage in Top Town.


(Photo by Michael P. Neufeld)

Lake Gregory will re-open at 7 p.m., for free entry to the fireworks show. However, there will be a “Special Event parking fee”  in place to help fund the fireworks show. A shuttle will be available from the San Moritz parking lot to the North Shore parking lot.

Call (909) 338-2233 for details about the parking fee and the shuttle.


For additional Jamboree Days information Visit the CRESTLINE/LAKE GREGORY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Facebook Page on line.