10 Things to Do in July in Lake Tahoe 2014: 4th of July, Summertime Activities, and July Events Listed by TahoesBest.com

Red, White, and Tahoe Blue celebrates the country’s independence while encouraging support of local businesses, community spirit, and charitable donations. Red, White, and Tahoe Blue Fireworks display was ranked by several sources as one of the best in the country. The incredible support of the community allows Red, White, and Tahoe Blue to produce 28 special events in Incline Village and Crystal Bay. These events include Beer & Brats, the Parade, Ice Cream Social, Concerts, Rubber Duck Races, Veterans Tribute, Community Fair, and much more.

There are four days of events filled with music, fun, entertainment, and food. Then on July 4th there is one of the best fireworks displays at Incline Beach.

The 200th Anniversary of The Star-Spangled Banner occurs from 8pm to 10pm located in the Village Green outdoor venue. The Reno Philharmonic Orchestra presents an impressive salute to The Star-Spangled Banner and finishes with an eye-catching, synchronized fireworks display. General admission for adults is $40 plus a $4 processing fee. On the day of the event, the price increases to $55 at the gate. General admission for children is $10 plus a $1 processing fee. On the day of the event, the price increases to $16.50 at the gate. Chairs and blankets are suggested.

The Farm will clean any fish and put it on ice for visitors. There is also the option to donate any fish to charity. For those visitors that simply want to watch, there are benches surrounding all the ponds. Tahoe Trout Farm is located at 1023 Blue Lake Ave. So. Lake Tahoe, CA. The hours are 10am to 6pm during the summer.

The featured exhibit this summer is Ghost Ships, which focuses on boats that have met their doom in the deep waters of Lake Tahoe. The exhibit runs until April 19, and is great for kids. Ghost Ships covers everything from interesting to Lake Tahoe history, to public interaction with these underwater historic sites.

This is a great summer event that allows guests to enjoy good music and the lake with friends and family. Picnics and beverages are welcomed. However, there are also local food and drink vendors available.

The Squaw Valley Art, Wine and Music Festival starts on Saturday, July 12, 2014 at 11:00am. The festival concludes on Sunday, July 13, 2014 at 5pm. The village of Squaw Valley will experience music, color, and taste during this two-day event. Artists, musicians, craft makers, and performers come together to participate in this entertaining festival. The Art, Wine & Music Festival includes shops, art booths, wine tasting, art exhibits, two performance stages, and restaurants. There is no outside alcohol permitted; however, wine and beer available during the festival for purchase.

Kenny Loggins and Blue Sky Riders perform on July 18th at the Grand Sierra Resort. The show starts at 9pm and is suitable for all ages. The price ranges from $25 to $65. Kenny Loggins has had a remarkable four-decade career and has provided many top of the charts hits.

Carrie Underwood performs on July 18th at the Harvey’s Outdoor Arena. The show starts at 8pm and is suitable for all ages. The price ranges from $89.50 to $175.50. Carrie Underwood has sold more than 15 million albums worldwide. She has also earned more than 18 #1 singles.

Journey & Steve Miller Band performs on July 30th at the Harvey’s Outdoor Arena. The show starts at 6:30pm and is suitable for all ages. The price ranges from $59.50 to $199.50. Journey is currently one of the most famous American rock bands.

Experience hang gliding at Carson City Airport. Flight instructors are located in the “Sterling Air” building. Instruction includes an interactive flight lesson. The instruction uses a powered hang glider known as a Trike. This hang glider is a FAA approved aircraft that incorporates a modern hang gliding wing. For the most part, this glider is similar to many traditional hang gliders, except it is powered by a durable Rotax engine. This is a great summer activity that is safe yet exhilarating. This activity is great for family, couples, and friends. The gliders allow two people to go up simultaneously in separate aircrafts. It is important to book reservations as far in advance as possible to lock-in the top spots. Hang Gliding Tahoe offers early bird specials all summer long.

Summers at Lake Tahoe are perfect for enjoying nature and experiencing the beautiful mountain environment. Lake Tahoe has a unique culture, a natural feel, and beautiful scenery. TahoesBest.com can help guide visitors toward the top 10 things to do in July at Lake Tahoe this summer.

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