Lake Tahoe is the perfect vacation spot for barbecuing, watching patriotic parades, and awing at the magnificent fireworks displays this July 4, 2013.
Lake Tahoe, California (PRWEB) June 27, 2013
It’s time to pull out the red, white, and blue, and wave the American flag because Fourth of July is quickly approaching. Lake Tahoe is the perfect vacation spot for barbecuing, watching patriotic parades, and awing at the magnificent fireworks displays this July 4, 2013.
Because there’s no better way to celebrate America’s birthday than by watching the shooting fireworks reflect across the lake water, VirtualTahoe.com has announced three popular places to watch the firework displays and show American pride during Independence Day this year in Tahoe.
1. Kings Beach
This North Lake Tahoe spot allows guests to watch firework displays twice in Tahoe because it hosts its annual Independence Day firework show a whole day early on July 3, 2013. The North Tahoe Business Association is hosting a beach party at 2:00pm at the Kings Beach State Recreation Area. Celebrate America’s birthday with live music, beer gardens, vendors, watermelon eating contests, and much more! Invite the whole family along for the beach bash, and get ready for the fireworks to shoot off over the lake at 9:30pm.
2. Red, White, and Tahoe Blue
Incline Village and Crystal Bay are going all out for the Fourth of July this year with a four-day celebration with 28 events taking place July 3 through July 6, 2013. This patriotic celebration includes parades, rubber duck races, beer and brats, and many more family-fun activities! Watch the spectacular fireworks display at Incline Beach on July 4 at 9:30pm, and then round out the weekend at the Community Fair at Village on Sunday, July 6. Make sure to book a Lake Tahoe hotel close to the festivities so that the family won’t miss out on any of the fun.
3. Lights on the Lake
The South Lake Tahoe fireworks display is a much-talked about sensation around the nation, as NBC’s Today show ranked it in the “top ten cities for fireworks!” Although visitors can see the fireworks from nearly anywhere on the south shore, arrive early and snag some front row seats at Nevada Beach, Edgewood-Tahoe, Reagan Beach, and El Dorado Beach for some of the best views. Another fun option is to book a South Lake Tahoe hotel room for the night for quality views in the comfort of the indoors. The spectacular light show will begin at 9:45pm.
VirtualTahoe.com, Lake Tahoe’s number one online guide, provides quality information on all things Tahoe. Use VirtualTahoe.com to find information on everything Lake Tahoe from vacation lodging and casinos to ski resorts and boat rentals. Chloe Mulliner, editor of VirtualTahoe.com, helps Tahoe travelers find the best hotels, restaurants, things to do, and more.