North Lake Tahoe is celebrating Independence Day with not one, but with multiple fireworks displays.
We’re unique in that we have a series of fireworks events held throughout the region so visitors to the area can take their pick in terms of when and where. Where else can you enjoy more than one show during your stay?
Kings Beach hosts their annual fireworks display July 3 with a free show just off the sandy shores at 9:30 p.m., as well as a deck party celebration at the North Tahoe Event Center beginning at 6 p.m. The deck party, which runs $15/person at the door, includes live music, food vendors and a no host bar.
Tahoe City celebrates 66 years of fireworks at Commons Beach at 9:30 p.m. July 4. This event is free and is also well attended by families, many of whom bring picnic baskets and lawn chairs to make an evening of the festivities. Tahoe City’s lakeside restaurants are also popular with those watching the fireworks, with many offering special menus for the night, but book out early. Reservations are recommended.
Incline Village really takes things to the next level with their traditional Red, White & Tahoe Blue festivities scheduled for June 30 through July 7 which includes patriotic chalk drawing contest, opening ceremonies with a tribute to veterans, Tahoe Firecracker Trail Trek, flag raising, USAF California Air National Guard Static Display and fireworks July 4 at 9:30 p.m. off Incline Beach.
In Truckee, the free Truckee 4th of July Parade, a fun, kid-friendly hometown event, takes place July 4, 10 a.m., along Donner Pass Road ending in historic downtown. Before the festivities, visitors can take part in the Truckee Firecracker Mile, perfect for all ages and starting at Tahoe Forest Hospital. The 4th of July Fireworks is scheduled for July 4 at West End Beach at Donner Lake at dusk.
So put on your red, white and blue and we will see you at the lake!