Boom! Boom! Boom! Your Guide To Local Fireworks Displays

Whether you still get a jolt of exhilaration watching fireworks spark across the sky or simply take pleasure in glimpsing the wonder in your offsprings' eyes, chances are that you'll be looking for a perch from which to observe this year's Fourth of July spectacle.

A multitude of fireworks displays will be illuminating the Southwest Michigan horizon over the next several days. If you plan wisely (and nap well), you could very well catch them every night over the long holiday weekend.

July 1

Dowagiac - Russom Park

Hartford - Hartford Motor Speedway

Kalamazoo - Kalamazoo Speedway

Niles - Apple Festival Fairgrounds

July 2

Battle Creek - W.K. Kellogg Airport

Cassopolis - Diamond Lake

Watervliet - Hayes Park

July 3

Allegan - Riverfront

Baroda - Baroda American Legion Post 345

Edwardsburg - Eagle Lake

New Buffalo - New Buffalo Beach

South Haven - North/South Beach

July 4

Bangor - Bangor High School

Battle Creek - W.K. Kellogg Airport

Colon - Colon High School

Constantine - Well Field Little league fields

Decatur - Lake of the Woods

Douglas - Lake Kalamazoo

Eau Claire - Grace Lutheran ChurchHolland - Kollen Park & Heinz Waterfront Walkway

Holland - Holland State Park

Kalamazoo - Homer Stryker Field

Lawton - Lawton High School

Portage - McCamley Field

Saugatuck - Downtown Saugatuck

Schoolcraft - Schoolcraft High SchoolSt. Joseph - Silver Beach County Park

All fireworks are slated to begin around dusk (about 10-10:30 pm), but be sure to arrive early for an unobstructed view. Bring a blanket or lawn chairs, snacks and something to keep the little ones entertained (glow sticks, card games, coloring books...) until the booms begin.

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