2009 Winterfest Map

View in Google Earth
See the route yourself in Google Earth (download Google Earth, it’s free) – with this link: Winterfest Parade Route for Google Earth . To add the Channel markers and other marine chart information as shown in the video, register for EarthNC Online, our free Marine map service for Google Earth, and then load our EarthNC Online map into Google Earth.

Video Preview
We’ve put together a bird’s eye view of the Parade Route using Google Earth. We’ve marked the key anchoring areas and viewing locations.

This year’s parade will be held on December 12th starting at 6:30pm in the New River and Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway of Ft Lauderdale. If you plan to participate by boat, you must register prior to the December 8th Captains’ meeting. To watch by boat, make sure you anchor up in one of the recommended areas prior to 4:00pm to avoid shutdowns of the ICW and New Rivers. There are multiple areas available for land viewing. Hugh Taylor Birch State Park is one of the prime locations – featuring both open ($2 per person) and reserved seating. The park will be closed to motorized traffic so catch a shuttle bus from Holiday Park off Sunrise Ave. For official information, please visit the Winterfest Parade Website.

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