July 4th in the Grand Canyon Area
Celebrate Independence Day at one of the seven wonders of the world, the Grand Canyon! There are parades and parties all over the four regions of the Canyon and no end to fun and relaxation.
Here is some information on what to do:
SOUTH RIM AREA – If you are staying in the South Rim area such as Flagstaff, Sedona,Williams or Tusayan…
Flagstaff – “Flagstaff Art in the Park” – July 4th, 5th and 6th 2014 – Flagstaff Art in the Park is a great arts and crafts festival held in Wheeler Park in Downtown Flagstaff. The festival includes wonderful fine art and crafts presented by close to one hundred artists all over the Southwest. There will be also be nonstop live music throughout the three days of each event. For more information, visit the Art in the Park site.
Sedona – Sedona has a wonderful July 4th Laser Light Show and Concert with a live concert! There will be food, fun and games as well.
Williams – If you are looking for an “All-Americana” experience complete with parades, ice cream and barbeque, Williams is the town for you. Just 63 miles/101 km north of the Grand Canyon, this small railroad town celebrates July 4th in a big way by boasting of the longest parades in Northern Arizona.
Tusayan – The little town on the edge of the Park will commemorate July 4th with parades, children’s games and local bands. More information can be found here.
NORTH RIM AREA – If you are on your way to the North Rim and will be in Kanab…
Kanab – A small western town 88m/142 km from the North Rim will have pancakes breakfast, barbeques, a parade and fireworks.
EAST RIM – If you are staying on a houseboat in Lake Powell or seeing Antelope Canyon, then Page is the place to celebrate
Page – The town of Page will host a wonderful American parade with evening fireworks along with many local events such as pancake breakfast.
No special events planned at this time.