Celebrate like it’s 1776 in the Lakes Region
New Hampshire was named by Captain John Mason after Hampshire, England. Not only was it one of the original 13 colonies, but also was declared the 9th state on June 21, 1788. Adopted by the state in 1945, “Live Free or Die” became the state’s motto and certainly it’s way of life.
The heart of New Hampshire, known as the Lakes Region, offers many activities and events to celebrate Independence Day.
Weirs Beach will be kicking off this year’s celebration with their Fireworks show on the 3rd at 11:59pm! Find a nice spot on the boulevard or watch from your boat on the lake. Join thousands in Andover on the 4th for their annual Independence Day Celebration and Fireworks! Activities start as early as 8am, so head there early for a day and night full of laughter and fun! Of course, don’t forget to check out Laconia’s celebration on Saturday, July 7th. At 2pm, the Celebration Parade will kick off starting at Laconia High School and at 3pm, Opechee Park will host “Party in the Park”.
Tee Times are required, book one online or call the clubhouse at (603) 934-9818.