Twin Cities Guide to Family Activities This Weekend: July 2-3, 2022

weekend family guide

Things to do in Minneapolis & St Paul this weekend!

This July Twin Cities Family Weekend Guide covers the weekend of July 3-4, 2021 – Independence Day Weekend! To find our most recent guide, click here.

As always, you can check our JULY FAMILY GUIDE or our FAMILY FUN CALENDAR for more fun ideas on what to do Fourth of July Weekend in the Twin Cities with your kids!

Twin Cities Independence Day/July 4th Events

YES! Fourth of July festivities are BACK ON in the Twin Cities this year – parades, fireworks and other ways to celebrate with your family & community. We have all the details on city-hosted events wrapped up in our GUIDE TO INDEPENDENCE DAY IN THE TWIN CITIES.

Here’s a QUICK LIST of all the fireworks displays planned for Twin Cities communities. Most are attached to a city festival. For more details on the festivals, please skip over to the guide.

July 2nd

July 3rd

July 4th

  • BLAINE: National Sports Center – fireworks at 10pm.
  • CHANHASSEN: CITY CENTER PARK – fireworks at 10pm.
  • COON RAPIDS: Coon Rapids Ice Center, fireworks at 10pm.
  • EAGAN: 1501 Central Pkwy. – fireworks at 10pm.
  • EDEN PRAIRIE: ROUND LAKE PARK – fireworks at 10pm.
  • EXCELSIOR: South Lake Minnetonka – fireworks at 9:45pm.
  • FOREST LAKE: Lakeside Memorial Park – fireworks at 10pm.
  • LAKEVILLE: Lakeville North HS – fireworks at 10pm.
  • ST LOUIS PARK:  AQUILA PARKfireworks at dusk.
  • MAPLEWOOD: Hazelwood Park – fireworks at dusk.
  • ST PAUL: CHS FIELD – Fireworks after the Saints game. Berm tickets are $5.
  • STILLWATER: Fireworks Display Cruise via St. Croix River Cruises – 8pm – 11:45pm. Children $20; Adults $30.
  • WHITE BEAR LAKE: Manitou Days Fireworks – Memorial Beach.  8pm-11pm.
  • WOODBURY: HealthEast Sports Center –  fireworks at 10pm.
For weekend festival further planning into July, check our July Family Festival Calendar.
July Festivals
Click Here to find July Festivals

Cool off this weekend in the twin cities

As summer heats up into July, it’s time to visit your favorite splash spot – or find a new one! Jump over to our complete TWIN CITIES ULTIMATE GUIDE TO THE BEST BEACHES, POOLS, WATERPARKS & SPLASH PADS or continue for a few ideas:

Lake Johanna Minnesota Beach

This is an ideal spot for the youngest beach babes. We love this beach for its clean, soft sand and playground so close to the shoreline that we have no problem letting older children play while keeping an eye on the younger ones in the small swim area. There is space to picnic nearby in the large pavilion.

more ideas for things to do this weekend in the twin cities

Strawberry Patches - Best in the Twin Cities

  • VISIT THE SEALS AT COMO HARBORCOMO PARK ZOO & CONSERVATORY has opened its brand new seal habitat with an underwater viewing area. FREE!
  • FIRST FREE SATURDAY AT WALKER ART CENTER – Family activities in the MINNEAPOLIS SCULPTURE GARDEN from 10am-3pm. Pick up a free art kit to take home. July 3.

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