By Heather Froglear

Leave the fireworks to the experts!  If you’re looking for the best places in the Inland Empire to watch the fireworks on the 4th of July, we’ve compiled a list of the Top 15 places to ring in Independence Day 2016!  Note:  times are subject to change.  Before you go, be sure to check to see if there are admission and/or parking fees!  Because the 4th falls on a MONDAY this year, events with an ** will take place on SATURDAY, July 2nd.




9 p.m. Riverside– Mt. Rubidoux, 4706 Mt. Rubidoux Street

8 p.m. Beaumont– Stewart Park, 9th Street and Orange Avenue

8:45 p.m. Big Bear Lake– Marina River Resort, 40770 Lakeview Drive

9 p.m. Canyon Lake- Skipper’s Island, 22200 Canyon Club Drive

9 p.m. Rancho Cucamonga – Epicenter, 8408 Rochester Avenue – *Admission fee required

9 p.m. Redlands – University of Redlands Stadium, 1200 East Colton Avenue – *Admission fee required

9 p.m. Riverside– La Sierra Park, 5215 La Sierra Avenue

5-10 p.m. Riverside– Evergreen Memorial Historic Cemetery, 14th and Pine Street

9 p.m. San Jacinto– Valley-Wide Parks and Recreation, 901 West Esplanade

9 p.m. Temecula- Ronald Reagan Sports Park, 30875 Rancho Vista Road

9 p.m. Lake Elsinore- Views from the levee on the south side of the lake

9 p.m. Fontana – Fontana High School-9453 Citrus Avenue – *Admission fee required

**9 p.m. Chino – Ruben S. Ayala Park, 14225 Central Avenue, Chino (Saturday, July 2nd)

 9:15 p.m. Yucaipa – Yucaipa High School – 33000 Yucaipa Blvd.

**4p.m. – 10p.m. Corona – Santana Park – 598 Santana Way (Saturday, July 2nd)


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