You can see 8 nights of fireworks in CNY in honor of Independence Day.

With July 4th on a Wednesday, that means firework schedules are all over the place. You can see double, triple or more fireworks depending on how you look at it.

Here's how to see the most CNY has to offer. We arranged the firework displays by date so you can make your plan to see even more fireworks this year. You can choose to travel far and wide or stay close to home either way there are lots of choices this year.

Most fireworks start at dusk in CNY, but some are on a specific schedule. Please check ahead, so you don't miss a single bang.

June 26, 2018:

  • Clay - Great Northern Mall

June 30, 2018:

  • Camillus - Veteran's Memorial Park, Gillie Lake
  • Cooperstown - Otsego Lake
  • Oswego - Oswego Speedway
  • New York Mills -Twin Ponds on Main St.

July 1, 2018:

  • Oswego Harbor - Breitbeck Park

July 3, 2018:

  • Auburn/Owasco - Emerson Park
  • Brewerton - Between Route 81 and Route 11 bridges
  • Clayton  - Waterfront - Riverside Drive
  • Cortland - Dwyer Memorial Park
  • Richfield Springs - Canadrago Lake
  • Watertown - Thompson Park

July 4, 2018:

  • Alexandria Bay - Over Boldt Castle
  • Auburn - Casey Park
  • Cazenovia - Cazenovia Lake, south end
  • Cicero - Lakeshore Country Club
  • Clinton - Clinton Elementary School
  • Inlet - Arrowhead Park
  • Manlius - Village Center
  • Old Forge - Lakefront
  • Oneonta - Neahwa Park
  • Onondaga County/Syracuse - Lakeview Amphitheatre
  • Sackets Harbor - Sackets Harbor Battlefield State Historic Site
  • Sodus Point - Sodus Bay Lighthouse
  • Syracuse - NBT Bank Stadium
  • Utica - Proctor Park
  • Vernon - Vernon Downs Casino & Hotel

July 5, 2018:

  • Sylvan Beach - Oneida Lakeshore

July 6, 2018:

  • Groton - Groton Elementary School

July 7, 2018:

  • East Syracuse - East Syracuse Elementary School
  • Fair Haven - south end of Little Sodus Bay

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