Weekend fun starts Friday and goes to Tuesday, July 4! Get in on all the happenings below, including fireworks, festivals, and a few business openings to celebrate.
Discover Fireworks, Festivals, Cruises & More for the 4th
July 1 – 4
The Lake George Steamboat Company has fireworks cruises happening on all three boats, July 1, 2, and 4.
July 2 – 4
The Great Escape will have fireworks on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evening as part of their annual Coca-Cola July 4th Fest. This is an exclusive opportunity to visit the Park at night!
July 1 – 4
Ticonderoga, just an hour north of Lake George, has a weekend-long schedule of fun events happening, including their usual food trucks, vendors, and rides in Bicentennial Park.
July 1 – 4
If you’re making a day trip to Ticonderoga, make sure to get tickets to Fort Ticonderoga – they always put on a fantastic 4th of July celebration. Take a boat tour on the Carillon, check out the in-bloom King’s Garden, watch cannon demonstrations, and more.
The Glens Falls Symphony will perform their annual Summer Pops Concert at Crandall Park, to be followed by fireworks at dusk.
Plan ahead for parking and lodging this July 4th in Lake George, because it’s always a spectacular time!
Wiawaka friends and family can enjoy an all-American barbecue with lawn games, swimming, and s’mores over a campfire.
Rogers Memorial Park is the place to be for a July 4th celebration and fireworks in Bolton Landing.
Attend Business Openings & Celebrations
The Lighthouse Grill, formerly the Shoreline Restaurant, opens on Friday night to live music from Funk Evolution and an exclusive chance to sample their new menu.
You’re invited to the ribbon cutting ceremony to see Adirondack Adventure Center‘s new tubing launch point, and to watch a demonstration of their new zipline park.
Ledge Rock Hill Winery is opening a new location in Lake George! Come scope out the new place, and try one of their award-winning dry reds, whites, or sweet wines.
Find Even More Exciting Events Going On
The Sembrich’s Summer Festival is underway in Bolton Landing, and this Saturday features a program called “Innovators,” performed by the winner of the 2022 Concert Artists Guild Competition, Llewellyn Sanchez-Werner.
July 1 & 2
If you’re going through Bolton Landing this weekend stop by the Bolton Art & Craft Festival to browse up to 25 artisan and craft vendors.
through July 8
The Adirondack Theatre Festival has started! The Last Wide Open is described as a quirky romantic comedy with a Groundhog Day-type twist.
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