A must see list of the best places to take your family and friends here in Idaho to go watch fireworks on the 4th of July.


Watching fireworks explode over the top of a gorgeous lake while your kicking back on the beach with your loved ones has become a tradition like no other.  Before night falls check out the parade that cruises down Sherman Avenue and the fun and games that goes down at City Park.



This fireworks display has been dubbed one of the best in the country.  Chobani has teamed up with Twin Falls to put on one of the most impressive 30 minutes ever.  There's always plenty of room and easy access to get in and out.



One of the largest fireworks displays in the west and this year is their 25th anniversary which means it'll be bigger and better than ever.  They go 31 minutes which is a whole minute longer than most.  Ha!  Their Riverfest games, music, and fun fills up the day while we're all waiting to see what the Snake River Landing fireworks has to ooh us and ahh us this year.



These guys celebrate from June 30 to July 9.  Now that's a "God Bless America" celebration!  We all know that McCall is hands down one of the most beautiful places on the planet and when you visit during this time you'll sandcastle competitions, bbq's, craft fairs, street dances, car shows and an incredible fireworks display on the Payette Lake.  If you want to pony up a little cash you can take a cruise on the lake to watch the fireworks at an up close mind blowing view.


Storey Park in Meridian starts celebrating early with fun and activities while you lock down your spot to watch the show in one of the best cities in America.  Meridian is the fastest growing city in Idaho and already at #2 with population behind Boise.  All activities and shows are free and more and more people are liking they have this great day of festivities right here in their own backyard.


No, no, no it's not at Ann Morrison Park this year.  All that snow and flooding has caused some issues and the big show for Boise has been moved to Garden City this year.  Gates open at 6 p.m. and there should be plenty of room on dry, clean grass for everyone and their families.