Best Spots To See The Fireworks In Lake Charles For The Fourth of July
In Lake Charles, we are very lucky to have so many great areas to watch the huge fireworks display over the lake! With the lush casinos and resorts in the are around the lake, this makes Lake Charles a great place to celebrate the Fourth of July any year!
The best place to see the fireworks for the Fourth of July in Lake Charles will be the Civic Center grounds along the boardwalk for the Red, White, Blue, & You celebration! The fireworks are always either shot off the lake in the water or at the old parking garage of the old Harrah's spot. You will feel the full force anywhere on those grounds and especially along the water! There are activities going on all day long in that spot as well, so it is good for the entire family.
The I-10 Beach is a great spot because it is right next to that old parking garage that they might use to shoot off the fireworks. If they do the fireworks on a barge in the water, it will still be somewhere near to that area. What a way to celebrate beach-side for the Fourth of July! Just be careful and stay out of the water in the dark to be on the safe side.
Isle of Capri has an awesome lakeside view of the lake, but across the lake from the Civic Center grounds. This is a great place to take the family eat at the buffet and then watch the fireworks for the Fourth of July in Lake Charles!
Believe it or not, L'auberge isn't far at all from the lake of downtown. It sits just on the side of the passing river to the lake. In a water's distance, it's very close to the huge production of the fireworks for the Fourth of July! If I had my way, I would be floating in the lazy river at L'auberge and floating up to the pool bar for a great drink while watching all of the fireworks light up the sky over the tall hotel tower!
Prien Lake Park / 210 Beach
This is another great spot, although it will be a little bit tricky to see the fireworks in great detail, it will be a great place to hang out with the family and BBQ or just enjoy the water up until the fireworks start for the Fourth of July in Lake Charles.