4th of July in the Catskills
Join us for fireworks, parades, events, and celebrations!
If your idea of a spectacular Fourth of July involves parades, fireworks displays, festivals, and plenty of family-friendly activities, then the Great Northern Catskills offers your kind of Independence Day celebration!
This July 4th, commemorate the adoption of the Declaration of Independence - which took place on this day over 240 years ago – in the Catskills. For three days, Greene County offers non-stop 4th of July of fun, including Main Street festivals with kids' activities and vendors, live music, parades, and celebrations galore.
Check out our holiday list of town festivals and weekend happenings, only a short 2 hour drive from New York City. And, don't forget to browse our vacation packages for lodging deals and additional Catskills events to keep the fun going past the last rockets' red glare.
6:00pm - BBQ, ice cream, lawn games and more!
Dusk - A fireworks display you won't want to miss
5:00 - 10:00pm: Experience live music, food, fireworks and various vendors at Angelo Canna Town Park!
Experience a day full of events in one of the Catskills most famous mountaintop towns!
2:00pm - Stroll shopping at various stores and restaurants at main street
7:00pm - Show pride during the 4th of July parade
9:00pm - Head over to Windham Mountain for a fireworks display you won't forget
Continue the holiday celebration with the family on July 5th at Dutchman's Landing Park!
6:00pm - Live Music in the Park with Beach Boys Tribute Band
9:00pm - View a spectacular fireworks display over the Hudson River
The colorful town of Tannersville is hosting their Independance Day celebration on July 7th
3:00pm - Start the afternoon with the Tannersville parade down Main Street
4:00 - 7:00pm - Visit the Rip Van Winkle Lake Festival and enjoy free live music
Dusk - Bring the family to enjoy a fireworks display as the sun sets
Head over to East Durham for a holiday celebration you won't forget at the Michael J. Quill Irish Cultural & Sports Centre!
11:00am - Line up on Route 145 for a family fun day of parades
Dusk - Kick off the night with fireworks the entire family will love