4th of July in Pagosa Springs is a great celebration! Below provides an overview of the festivities taking place Wednesday, July 1st - Sunday, July 5th:
June 28th - July 4th
Open daily until 10pm in Town Park. Rides, food & carnival games for the entire family!
Park to Park Arts & Crafts Festival
July 1st - 4th
Come out to the 37th Annual "Park to Park" Arts & Crafts Festival downtown along the River Walk Friday, July 3rd through Sunday, July 5th. With over 80 booths to view and shop, you will always be able to find a great gift for an upcoming event or holiday, or take this opportunity to find something just for yourself. Vendors will consist of woodworking, jewelry, stained glass, photography, fibers, metal work, clay and so much more!
4th of July Pancake Breakfast
July 4th, 7:30am - 9:30am
Enjoy breakfast before the parade! Parish Hall is located at 445 Lewis St. $5 per person, children 5 and under free. Tickets sold at the Chamber of Commerce, Pagosa Pregnancy Support Center, or at the door. Proceeds benefit PPSC. 7:30-9:30am.
Star Spangled Shuffle
July 4th at 8am
Fun patriotic 3k or 5k walk / run
Starts at Community Center parking lot
4th of July Parade
July 4th at 10am
Come to Pagosa Springs for a hometown Fourth of July Celebration! Starting at 10am on the 4th of July, the Pagosa Springs Rotary will host their annual Parade to celebrate our country's independence.
Red Ryder Roundup Rodeo
Come out to the 66th Annual Red Ryder Roundup Rodeo featuring cowboys and cowgirls from various states competing for prizes and prize money in this sanctioned rodeo series. Mutton Bustin', cow milking contest, specialty acts and other fun events will perform daily. Rodeo lasts about 2.5 hours. Held at the Western Heritage Event Center Arena & Grounds. Thursday and Friday at 7pm; Adults $10 / Children $6. Rodeo on the 4th will be held at 2pm; Adults $12 / Children $8. Box seats available - call 264-5000
July 4th, after 9:00pm (after sunset)
Weather permitting, fireworks will be set off from downtown Pagosa Springs, near the high school, just after sunset on the 4th of July. Many location in the downtown area provide impressive vantage points.