memories are waiting to be made.
There isn’t a single better place to spend 4th of July weekend than in Arizona’s hometown: Payson. Come enjoy family fun, gorgeous weather, and everyone’s favorite… fireworks over the lake. If you’ve been before, you know that it’s magical. If you’ve never been, what are you waiting for? Make this 4th of july one to remember.
Check out everything that’s going down on Saturday. This is one that you won’t want to miss.
8 AM – Veteran’s Memorial
We are honored to begin our day with a patriotic salute to those men and women who have worked to make our country free.
Sand Volleyball Tournament
Details to come!
Kid & Family Games
1 – 3 PM – Green Valley Park
All kids are welcome to play the “classics”- 3-legged race, water balloon toss, and more! small prizes are awarded to winning teams.
Pie Eating Contest
3:30 PM – Green Valley Park
Both adults and kids are welcome to participate in this fun, american game. make sure you come hungry!
Live Music By Splash
4 PM – 9 PM – Amphitheater
Sit on the grass and enjoy popular cover songs, or get up and dance! Either way, it’s a good ole time.
Fireworks Over The Lake
9 PM – Green Valley Park
Tt’s what everyone has been waiting for! Enjoy a firework show like you’ve never seen before reflected over the lake.
*Time could be delayed due to safety or weather, so we appreciate your patience.
Will there be fireworks?
Yes! Payson’s 4th of July hometown celebration is hosted at Green valley park. With it’s regular irrigation and lakes, it’s the perfect (and safest) place to host a firework show. If, for any reason, the fireworks were cancelled, we would notify the public via our facebook page.
Where do I park?
What should we bring?
Will there be food?
A few more things...
- Dogs are welcomed as long as they are mild-mannered. Town ordainances require that they must be leashed at all times.
- Public consumption of alcohol is prohibited in the park and at all listed events.
- Staking is not allowed in the park. If you bring a canopy, please be prepared to weigh it down with sand or another weight. Stakes cannot be used.