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Street parking is limited. We recommend that you park behind Herb Rowe park and the Post Office.

There is VIP parking in the meadow on hwy 89, just south of the Mill Pond. It is walking distance to downtown. Parking is limited. Donations help fund the fireworks and events.

Riding a bike is a great way to attend the festivities!

Personal fireworks, including sparklers, are illegal in Plumas County.

There is dry camping located behind Herb Rowe park and the post office. Camping permits are required and are sold at the Graeagle Chevron.

Camping is first come, first served and can not be reserved before you arrive. You may pay for and set-up camp for additional days prior to events to ensure your spot.

The parade will start promptly at 1:00pm. Goldridge estates, off of Johnsville road, is the staging area and may be congested starting at 12:00. Johnsville road between Hwy 89 and Mohawk road will be closed starting at 12:30. Hwy 89 between the Frostee and  downtown Graeagle will be closed for approximately 30  minutes during the parade.

The Plumas Bank ATM is located at Village Center.

We strongly discourages people from bringing dogs to Community Park during the fireworks show. The loud sounds of fireworks are often very scary for dogs and other pets. Every year, pets run away and get lost because they’re spooked by the loud fireworks.  Here are some tips from the American Kennel Club to help keep your pets safe this July 4th:

Keep Your Dog Away From Fireworks
Keeping your dog inside in the evening on the Fourth of July is the best idea, especially if you fear they might not react well.

Make Sure Your Pet Has Proper ID
More dogs run away on July 4th than any other day of the year. Ensure that the information on your pet’s collar is current and make sure your dog is microchipped and has a GPS device.

Create a Safe Haven For Your Dog
Try setting up an area in a quiet space away from windows — such as a basement or a larger closet — so that they can’t hear or see fireworks. Use a crate if that’s where your dog feels safe, and make sure to provide your pup with familiar toys and treats.

Play White Noise
You can try leaving a fan, TV, or radio on to help mask the sounds of the fireworks.

Comfort Your Dog
If you can, try staying home with your dog or leaving them in the hands of a trusted person.
Petting them can be comforting. Try your best to remain calm and reassuring to help your canine companion.

Walk Them Before the Fireworks Start
Head out for your long walk before the sun sets to increase the chances that you’ll avoid the sounds. When you do go out, you’ll want to ensure your dog is secure on a leash before your walk.

Talk to Your Vet
If your pet’s anxiety is severe, consider booking an appointment with your vet so you can discuss a medication that could help soothe your dog’s anxiety.