The Best Spots for Fireworks Viewing in Mt Shasta

Where’s the best place to view the fireworks?

Other than with the pyrotechnic crew…

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We’ve adding something new this year, music!

That’s right we can listen to our shows sound track from anywhere.  Just download the Pyro Spectaculars App and plug in your earbuds.  Of course if you prefer to listen to the shells reverberate throughout the canyon then just sit back and enjoy.    Please be kind and only use your earbuds in a crowded area.

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NO COOLERS, PETS OR PERSONAL FIREWORKS ARE ALLOWED AT THE MT SHASTA RESORT

For several years, the Mt Shasta Resort has provided a place that families can go to enjoy the fireworks show. The 4th of July has become Mt Shasta Resort’s Community Appreciation Day.  Donations at the door will help with the fireworks.  Come early to enjoy some music before the show.  Gates open at 4 pm.

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REYNOLD’S RESORT – LAKE SISKIYOU CAMPGROUND

Sitting on the beach at the Lake Siskiyou Campgrounds is without a doubt the best location for seeing the show. The crew at Reynold’s Resort does a great job in providing a family friendly environment. It’s best to come early in the day and bring a picnic to the beach. Resort activities are open at the beach area. Space is limited and will fill fast, but it’s well worth your time if you love to watch the fireworks over the lake. Remember to take your time leaving because the pyrotechnic crew always finds a few extra shells to fire after the show!

** NOTICE TO ALL BOATERS **

Due to the size of the shells, we use the lake as our safety fallout zone.  Hot embers can and do fall into this area placing you in harms way.  All boats must stay at least 1500 feet away from the firing site. This is a State Fire Marshall requirement that must be maintained. We will be enforcing this restriction by not starting the show or by stopping the show if this safety zone is breached. Please use this map as a reference for the safe area to have your boat.  Don’t be “That Guy” that gets all boats removed from the lake on the 4th.

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