4th of July Fireworks on the Water
With the 4th of July falling on a Wednesday, you two weekends and a week in between to celebrate! If you're going to be out on the water over the holiday, be sure to check out these fun events:
The Inn at Grand Glaize will be shooting off fireworks at dusk on Saturday. They can be viewed from the water a the 1 mile marker of the Grand Glaize Arm.
Fireworks at the 38 Mile Marker - Saturday, June 30, Wednesday, July 4 and Saturday, July 7
Bear Bottom Resort is offering three different chances to see a spectacular fireworks show, both Saturdays and Wednesday the 4th too, at 9:45 pm each night! You can view them by water at the 38 mile marker of the Osage Arm.
Fireworks at the 45 Mile Marker - Saturday, June 30, Wednesday, July 4 and Saturday, July 7
Runaway II Resort & Campground will also be shooting off fireworks 3 different days over the upcoming holiday week. Each show will begin at 9:30 pm and can be viewed from the 45 mile marker.
Fireworks at the 34.5 Mile Marker - Tuesday, July 3
Enjoy a fireworks display put on by Captain Ron's the night before the 4th of July, Tuesday at dusk. This fireworks show can be viewed by water at the 34.5 mile marker.
Fireworks at the 2 Mile Marker - Wednesday, July 4
Point Randall Resort will be shooting off fireworks on the 4th of July from 9:15-10 PM. This display can be viewed from the water at the 2 Mile Marker, near McCoy Branch Cove.
Fireworks at the 13 Mile Marker - Wednesday, July 4
Starting at dusk, the Lodge of Four Seasons annual 4th of July fireworks show will be visible at the 13 mile marker.
Fireworks at the 26 Mile Marker - Wednesday, July 4
Tan-Tar-A Resort will also have their annual 4th of July fireworks display from 8:30-9:30 PM on Wednesday. This display can be viewed by water at the 26 mile marker.
Staying Safe on the Water
With the increased traffic on the water over the holiday, it's important that take actions to stay safe. Here's some tips to keep you safe and prevent problems on the water this holiday weekend/week.
2. Bring Life Jackets - Make sure you have enough life jackets on board for everyone. The chance of a boating accident increases on busy holiday weekends, so make sure life jackets are accessible to all passengers. Children should be wearing them at all times while on a watercraft.
3. Don't Speed - While it may seem like common sense, don't speed. This is particularly important with an abundance of boats on the water; it can be harder for someone to get out of your way or for you to make a quick turn. Operating at a safe speed will help you avoid a boating accident.
4. Stay Alert - While you may be doing everything you can to stay safe while boating, others may not be. Stay alert and aware of your surroundings. There can be a lot of distractions on a boat, maybe even more so than in a car, so make sure your captain stays alert.
Summerset Boat Lifts wishes you a Happy 4th of July holiday this year! We want you to be safe not just on the water, but also on your dock. From Lake of the Ozarks boat lift maintenance to the installation of a remote control boat lift, we're here to make boating easier and safer for you and your family. For all your Lake of the Ozark boat lift needs, trust Summerset Boat Lifts!
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