4th of July Parade and Concert

Please join your community for some family fun at the traditional Kings Park 4th of July Parade and Picnic. The King Park Civic Association has organized this event for many years, and we are hoping for the best turnout ever this year.

The parade line up begins in front of Kings Park Elementary School at 10:30 AM on July 4th. All bike riders, scooter riders, skate boarders, wagon pullers, stroller pushers, wheel chair riders or anyone else is encouraged to join the fun event! If you have a classic or cool car, please join the parade. All vehicles should stage in the parking area of the school near the cafeteria entrance.

The parade will begin promptly at 11:00 AM. Volunteer safety personnel will be available along the route to help ensure everyone’s safety. All parade participants are asked to stay behind the fire truck.

Once you arrive at Kings Park Park, you will be treated to patriotic music from our very own Kings Park Band. Don't forget to bring a chair so you can listen in comfort.  Cold drinks, hot dogs, and chips will be sold.

We still need volunteers to assist with set-up, selling food and clean-up. If you’d like to help out with the parade or picnic, please contact Susan Metcalf at Susan.Metcalf@verizon.net.


July 4th Schedule

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM - Line up for the parade at Kings Park Elementary School
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM - Parade leaves KPES, proceeds west on Clydesdale Road, turns right at Kings Park Drive, and ends on Kings Park Drive at the Trafalgar Court entrance to the park.
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM - Picnic and concert at Kings Park Park


For the Calendar

July 4 - 4th of July Parade and Concert in the Park at 11:00am (Starts at Kings Park Elementary)

For a complete calendar of KPCA events
go to http://kings-park.org/events/

Contact us 

Kings Park Civic Association

P.O. Box 1243
Springfield, VA 22151-1243


Welcome to Kings Park Community

The Kings Park Civic Association (KPCA) sponsors this website to facilitate and enhance the ability of Kings Park residents to share ideas, concerns, and information with their neighbors.

Kings Park is a community of 1100 single family homes bounded by Braddock Road, Burke Lake Road, Rolling Road, Lake Accotink Park and the Danbury Forest Community. Kings Park is served by some of the highest ranked public schools in the state, resides near Kings Park Park and Lake Accotink Park, and is within a few miles of the Audrey Moore Recreation Center. Kings Park also contains a community pool, Parliament Pool.

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