Don’t miss this opportunity for a wonderful evening on the St. Lawrence River you’ll remember for years to come. See the beautiful sunset over the water as well as wildlife and more!
- Adults Ages 13 and up
- Children 6-12 years
- Youngsters Ages 4 and Under
- Seniors Ages 65 and up
July 3rd Fireworks
Come aboard one of our boats for a special Fireworks Display Cruise!
Enjoy a unique evening of fun on the water, complete with a live fireworks demonstration sponsored by the Village of Clayton. You might even get to enjoy the dynamic fireworks presentations offered by neighboring islands and mainland properties as you cruise the river!
Book your 1000 Islands Clayton, NY Fireworks Display Today!
Experience the independence day fireworks on the St. Lawrence River in Clayton, NY on July 3rd, 2021. Five departures to choose from.
Adults 21 and Older
2 Departures / 8pm and 8:15pm with licensed bar and snacks available (cash and credit cards accepted.) Approximately 2 + hours, boats will return to the dock after the fireworks display and family boats. Picnic Lunches are available to pre-order and carry onboard.
Families and Children
3 Departures / 8:25, 8:30, and 8:35pm. “Family” boats do not have concessions or beverages on-board. Approximately 2+ hours, family boats will return to the dock immediately after the fireworks display. Picnic Lunches are available to pre-order and carry on board.2+ Hours / Boat Returns after the Fireworks Display
BOARDING TAKES PLACE 15 MINUTES PRIOR TO DEPARTURE
TOUR DEPARTS FROM 39611 CHATEAU LANE, CLAYTON NY 13624
FREE PARKING, BUSSES AND RV’S WELCOME
SERVICE ANIMALS ONLY ARE ALLOWED. NO PETS OR ESA’S ARE ALLOWED
Covid-19 Restrictions/Protocols will be in place until lifted by local, state, and national authorities.
- Tour capacity will be limited to allow for social distancing
- All Guests are required to wear a mask on our grounds and on board our boats unless seated or eating/drinking.
- Guests must use Hand Sanitizer before boarding.
- The Canadian/US Border is currently closed and we will not enter Canadian Waters.