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Corps of Engineers Firework Locations

Published July 2, 2020
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Visitors and campground guests of several Little Rock district lakes and parks can enjoy fireworks displays this weekend. Unfortunately, there will be significantly less parking available due to COVID-19 concerns. Visitors at our campgrounds, and boaters on the lakes will have the best views.

Greers Ferry Lake

The City of Heber Springs will be shooting their fireworks from the Heber Springs Municipal Airport this year. We are being told that boaters will be able to see the firework display from the lake if they are between Point 1 and Dam Site Day Use Area. If you need more information, you can contact the Heber Springs Chamber of Commerce at 501-362-2444.

Fairfield Bay Marina will also be hosting a fireworks show on Friday,  July 3. For more information, please contact the Fairfield Bay Chamber of Commerce: 501-884-3323.

Norfork Lake

Norfork Lake fireworks will be held Friday, July 3.  Fireworks will be shot from just outside of Panther Bay Park. The Corps will have limited parking on site for this event. We will be following CDC and Arkansas Department of Health guidelines and only allowing 2/3 occupancy to our Day Use Areas for viewing of the fireworks event. 

Panther Bay Day Use area:  Max 60 vehicles Once the max is reached, Rangers will not allow any more vehicles.

Panther Bay Campground: Total of 20 vehicles, plus those that are marina customers. 

For those  hoping to park at Bidwell Point, please be aware that parking will be for campers only, as it is already at max capacity.

Bull Shoals

Bull Shoals will have 2 fireworks shows on Saturday, July 4.  

The first will be at Bull Shoals Dam, inside the Bull Shoals-White River State Park. 

Please be aware that parking at Lakeview Park will be for campers  and marina customers only. 

The other show will be shot adjacent to Theodosia Park in Missouri. 

Please be safe and enjoy the 4th of July. If you're on the lake, be aware of your surroundings, always be safe on the water, and always-always-always wear a life jacket!