Stanislaus County Parks and Recreation’s annual fireworks display over the waters at Woodward Reservoir is scheduled for Saturday, July 1 this year.
The 21-minute show will feature larger, more unique shells than previous years, as well as radio simulcasting with KRVR The River, which will allow attendees to tune their music devices to 105.5 FM radio and hear synchronized music as they view the fireworks.
In order to accommodate campers, and families who may be working or have morning activities during the week, the show will be held on the Saturday before Independence Day.
Staff suggests getting in to the park early to reserve a spot. Attendees should plan to stay inside the park until the show is over, as the park will be closed to inbound traffic if capacity is reached.
Woodward Reservoir is at 14528 26-Mile Road, Oakdale.
The show will begin just after sundown, at approximately 9:30 p.m. The cost to enter the park is $25 per vehicle the day of the event. To ensure safety at the park, no personal fireworks are allowed.
Stanislaus County has five regional parks, including Modesto Reservoir, Woodward Reservoir, Frank Raines Regional Park, La Grange Regional Park and Laird Regional Park, and provides a vast array of recreational opportunities including but not limited to: picnicking, sailing and power boating, water skiing, jet skiing, fishing, swimming, camping, hiking, hunting, and horseback trails. Stanislaus County Parks & Recreation is charged with implementing the policies established by the Board of Supervisors pertaining to the Regional Parks. For more information, visit stancountyparks.com, or find @stancountyparks on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.