Fourth of July Parade brings out festivities, summer spirit to Devils Lake

John B. Crane
Devils Lake Journal

DEVILS LAKE – The annual Fourth of July Parade swept through downtown Devils Lake with an array of floats, classic cars, tractors and everything in-between with wheels Monday morning. 

Devils Lake's Fourth of July Parade

Although the sky was peppered with potential rainclouds, the weather held strong through the parade’s opening drive, which started at 10:00 a.m. CDT. 

Devils Lake's Fourth of July Parade

After lining up north of Prairie View Elementary School, the parade bustled through 4th St. NE. Free will lunch at Roosevelt Park followed the parade procession. 

Devils Lake's Fourth of July Parade
Devils Lake's Fourth of July Parade

John Crane is a sports/general assignment reporter for the Devils Lake Journal. Feel free to contact John via work phone (701-922-1372), cell phone (701-230-4339), email (jcrane@gannett.com) or Twitter (@johncranesports) with any story ideas.