Mark the date ladies and gentlemen you don’t want to miss this Fourth of July event, the Lights on the Lake. All along Lake Tahoe you and your family can witness some of the best firework displays on the west coast shooting into the night sky. For the best seat in the house enjoy the fireworks floating underneath them on a Lake Tahoe jet ski rental.
Lake Tahoe: Lights on the Lake
This is one of Lake Tahoe’s biggest summer events and captures the attention of Lake Tahoe locals and guests. Head on over on a Lake Tahoe speed boat rental, you can either float along the shoreline with your friends or set up a picnic on the beach. The American Pyrotechnics Association rates South Shore’s spectacular Fourth of July fireworks celebration one of the Top 3 displays in the nation. The show is available all over town but here are the places we believe have the best seats in the house.
Best Spots To Watch The Fireworks on Lake Tahoe
- Regan and El Dorado Beaches: Located right where Highway 50 meets the lake, these connecting stretches of narrow beach are front and center for the fireworks. Arrive early! Regan Beach and El Dorado Beach both fill up with people who love to be right under the action.
- The Tahoe Queen and M.S Dixie II: South Shore’s two Mississippi paddlewheelers offer a unique opportunity to view the light show from the water. Board the Tahoe Queen for a Dinner Dance Cruise or the M.S. Dixie II for a Fireworks Cruise.
- West Shore: West Shore is the ideal setting for a family barbecue at the beach. A wide, sandy shoreline leads down to the sapphire waters of Lake Tahoe. Charcoal barbecues and picnic tables dot the beach.
Synchronized to the Star Spangled Banner, Lake Tahoe‘s annual Fourth of July firework spectacular lights up the sky along all of the lake’s beaches; King’s Beach, Squaw Valley, Tahoe City, Truckee, Incline Village and West Shore Lake Tahoe. The display doesn’t come without some camaraderie on the side. Each beach features its own special party filled with friends and family, celebrating the communities along the lake.
Because there are so many places around to see the fireworks, so we would recommend sitting on any number of Lake Tahoe boat rentals as the number one place to watch them from. If you like the idea and want to watch the colorful rockets fill the sky call H2O Craft Rentals at (209) 833-6893 and reserve one of our California boat rentals today!
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