Christmas Parades Near Spartanburg

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Thinking about catching a Christmas parade this year? Nothing beats watching a local Christmas parade! We’ve gathered a list of the Christmas parades near Spartanburg for your family to enjoy this holiday season. In addition to providing the dates for Spartanburg Christmas parades, we have also provided a few tips of watching parades with young children.

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Christmas Parades Near Spartanburg

Spartanburg Christmas Parade is on December 11, 2018 at 6:30 pm. It begins at the corner of Henry and Pine and will travel down E. Main and W St. John Street. Plan to arrive early to get a good spot on the route.

Christmas Parade and Stroll in Landrum (December 6, 2018 at 6 pm) – The parade starts at 6 pm and event includes shopping, free hot chocolate, and Santa. Stroll begins at 6 pm.

Greenville Poinsetta Christmas Parade (December 1, 2018 at 6 pm) – This parade has taken place for over 75 years in Greenville. The route is on Main Street from the intersection with Augusta to the the intersection at North Street.

Christmas Parade in Simpsonville, SC (December 2, 2018 at 3 pm)

Fountain Inn Christmas Parade on Main Street in Fountain Inn (December 5, 2018 at 5 pm)

Pacolet Christmas Parade (December 8, 2018 at 10 am)

Duncan, Lyman, Wellford, Startex Christmas Parade (December 8, 2018 at 10 am)

Travelers Rest Christmas Parade (December 8, 2018 at 11 am)

Inman Christmas Parade Canceled

Annual Christmas Parade  in Easley (December 8, 2018 at 6 pm) – Includes caroling and Christmas Tree lighting, immediately following the parade.

Woodruff Christmas Parade (December 9, 2018 at 3 pm)

Christmas Parade in Greer (December 9th, 2018 at 2:30 pm) – The 2018 Greer Christmas Parade, “Classic Christmas Stories,” will feature over 90 parade units including numerous businesses, clubs, organizations, churches, schools, dignitaries, and 2 marching bands in the parade lineup. As always Santa Claus will be the featured guest of the parade. The parade will travel W. Poinsett and N. Main Street. This event benefits Greer Relief.

Tips for Attending Parades with Children

Bundle up and dress in layers. Scarves, hats, and gloves that can be removed easily.

The earlier you arrive, the better your seats will be! The best viewing spots go early. This is especially important if you have little ones as they will not be able to see over adults.

Take chairs or blankets so you have a spot to sit.

Bring snacks and warm beverages in a thermos. As all parents know, the best way to make the time go by quicker is to give kids a snack.

Dress your child in something that stands out so you can spot him or her easily in a crowd.

Be prepared to hold your child on your shoulders!

Want to know what’s going on in Spartanburg over Christmas? Just check our Ultimate Holiday Guide where we are keeping track of Santa, holiday events and more!

About the Author
Jennifer relocated to Spartanburg seven years ago, and now spends her days working from home and taking care of her two kids. She loves this area because we can go from rural areas to urban areas to the mountains within an hour. Her favorite things to do with her kids are using their imaginations and visiting Spartanburg County local libraries. Follow Jennifer at

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