Hudson Valley's 4th of July Celebrations!



A county-by-county list of fireworks and fun!

Fireworks, Summer fun
"For the land of the free and the home of the brave !"

Do you need plans for this 4th of July weekend? Well look no further. Here are a list of family friendly parades and festivals that are occurring for this Independence Day weekend in the Hudson Valley. These are great places where you can celebrate our country and enjoy the fireworks!

Choose your county below: 

ORANGE     DUTCHESS     ULSTER     SULLIVAN

Orange County

Friday, July 1

Newburgh ***Rescheduled for July 2!
Family fun Independence Day celebration with a fireworks display just after dark starting at 6pm. Cronomer and Algonquin Park . Powder Mill Rd, Newburgh.

Saturday, July 2

Goshen
Annual 2-day event from 9am-5pm. Celebrate the Fourth with over 150 vendors on the village green. Live entertainment, 5K/10K race, food, children’s rides and harness racing at the Historic Track. First Presbyterian Church Park, 33 Park Place, Goshen.

Highland Falls
Family-friendly fun all weekend includes games, races, music, parade and fireworks on Monday. Sat., 10am-8:45pm, Sunday 5:30-6pm and Monday 8am-9:15pm. Roe Park, Highland Falls.

Monroe
Fireworks start approximately 9PM at Millpond Park. Rain date Jul 3 6-9:30pm.

Middletown
Entertainment and fireworks at Fancher-Davidge Park 7-9pm.

West Point
This fireworks cruise is a wonderful way to celebrate the end of summer. The cruise will head south to view the fireworks display set off from West Point. Bask in the open air on the spacious sundeck and enjoy the comfort of the climate controlled main salon featuring huge wrap-around windows. Departs Blu Pointe Landing. Purchase tickets in advance by phone or online. 8-10:30pm.

Sunday, July 3

Greenwood Lake
Bring a chair or blanket and enjoy the fireworks show.  8:30-9:30pm. Thomas P. Morahan Waterfront Park.

Great American Weekend
Annual 2-day event from 10am-5pm. Celebrate the Fourth with over 150 vendors on the village green. Live entertainment, 5K/10K race, food, children’s rides and harness racing at the Historic Track. First Presbyterian Church Park, 33 Park Place, Goshen.

Monday, July 4

Cornwall
Come celebrate with a full day of festivities including breakfast, pet show, children's art show, inflatables, games, music, magic, Lobster sale, pie eating contest, shows, and parade ending fireworks at 9:30pm. This celebration will start at 7am and end at 10pm at Cornwall Town Hall.

Wallkill
Fireworks will be displayed at 8:30pm at the Town of Wallkill Golf Course. Parking at Circleville Elementary School. No parking at the golf course.

New Windsor
Two sites will be hallowed by the soldiers who won our independence. At Knox’s Headquarters see a small cannon fired at 1pm and 4pm. At New Windsor Cantonment see military firing demonstrations at 2pm. 10am-5pm. Knox’s Headquarters State Historic Site.


Dutchess County

Friday, July 1

Hopewell Junction
Adam and the Newhearts performing all the great rock and roll hits from the 50's and 60's! Music 7-9pm; Fireworks at 9:15pm. Admission: FREE. Rain-date: Sunday, July 3th same time and place 7-9pm, 9:15pm fireworks. Located at the East Fishkill Recreational Center.

Saturday, July 2

Poughkeepsie
Fireworks will begin around 9:00 pm and can be viewed from the waterfront,  Waryas Park (free), or the Walkway Over the Hudson (tickets required). Donations appreciated. Rain date is on Sunday July 3rd.

Poughkeepsie
The Independence Day Fireworks Spectacular is one of three fundraising events the Walkway Over the Hudson nonprofit organization hosts each year. Walkway Members receive 20% off of tickets. Both of the approaches of Walkway State Historic Park will be open. 6:30-11:30pm. Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park.

Fishkill
Enjoy a special Monday night fireworks show after the Renegades home game against the ValleyCats! Dutchess Stadium, 1500 Rte. 9D, Fishkill.

Fishkill
Enjoy live music, kids crafts, hayrides and food at Fishkill Farms. Fee. 9 Fihskill Farms Rd., Hopewell Junction.

Sunday, July 3

Beacon
Live music, food, and fun begins at 3pm followed by fireworks at dusk. Memorial Park, Beacon.

Monday, July 4

Hyde Park
Parade will start at 10am at the Roosevelt Movie Theatre and end at the Regina Coeli School. Refreshments will be available.


Ulster County

Friday, July 1

Accord
Satisfy your need for speed and firworks too with a special holiday weekend race at the Accord Speedway's Fireworks Extravaganza and chicken BBQ! 5pm. 299 Whitfield Rd., Accord.

New Paltz 
Bring the family and enjoy the fireworks and music at 5pm in Ulster County Fair Grounds.

Saturday, July 2

Marlboro
A delicious pig roast and BBQ awaits you at Benmarl Winery on Saturday. Live music and fireworks will finish the night. Fee, under 12 free. Benmarl Winery, 156 Highland Ave., Marlboro.

Sunday, July 3

Lloyd
Celebrations start at 6pm with live music and vendors plus a bounce house for the kids. Fireworks at dark. Town Field, behind the Methodist Church, Lloyd.

Monday, July 4

Ellenville
Parade kicks off the celebrations at 12 followed by fireworks at dark. Joseph Y. Resnick Airport, Ellenville.

Kingston
Grab a bite to eat and sit back and enjoy the live music. Fireworks will start at dark. 3-10:30pm. T.R. Gallo Park, Downtown Kingston.

Saugerties
The parade, organized by the Saugerties Fire Department, starts at 11 am at the High School and finishes at Cantine Field. Fireworks will be displayed throughout the parade.


Sullivan County

Saturday, July 2

Roscoe
Everyone is welcome to participate in Roscoe’s Fourth of July Parade at 11am. Line up will be at Roscoe Central School parking lot. Rain or Shine! The more the merrier. Anyone interested in participating in the parade please contact Jaclyn at chromis22@yahoo.com or Shannon at Birdie@roscoebeercompany.com.

Monday, July 4

Bethel
Fireworks will begin at dusk overlooking White Lake! Free parking at 3586 Route 55, Kauneonga Lake.

Liberty
Fun filled day with games, food, face painting, vendors, music, entertainment, and much more for the entire family! Parade at noon. Rain date July 9. Festival will occur from 10:30am to 4:30pm at La Polt Park.



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