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There is nothing like the fireworks in South Lake Tahoe on the 4th of July. And you can even check out the fireworks on the North Shore on the 3rd. And the sound of the fireworks echoing off the mountains is amazing, it lights up...More
DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY!!!It was my first time visiting this beutiful place Lake Tahoe. During memorial weekend, I want to enjoy the firework. My fiancé and I pay $160 per person to eat and watch the fire work at Brook,s Bar Deck at Edewood golf...More
This is advertised as the largest and best fireworks display in the western U. S., and it TRULY is. I love fireworks, and have seen displays in Houston, Denver, Salt Lake City, Portland and many other cities. The only other fireworks display that is comparable...More
We did not even try to get near any of the beaches and since our condo was at the top of the Kingsbury grade we decided to find a spot to watch. Along with many other visitors we did fine a spot though it was...More
The lake's fireworks are the best. Fireworks go with music. So don't forget portable radio or make new friends with those who bring one.
you can see across the lake show at the same time.
only draw back traffic after the show.
What an incredibly good show!!! We didn't arrive until 9 pm. The show started at 9:4pm. We actually had intended on spending the day at the beach but Mother Nature had decided to unleash a torrent of rain Music accompanied the fireworks show. Very patriotic....More
Honestly, the knock here is for crowds. You'll need to plan your whole day around getting to where you need to be for these fireworks. Traffic is awful, even when viewing from a boat! If you're going to find a place on the beach, you...More