BASS LAKE — The sky at Bass Lake will be illuminated by a spectacular fireworks show to celebrate the New Year! The Pines Resort is making sure that the entire family can get together and safely ring in the new year at the lake. Inviting you to kick off a new decade in style.
“Our guests are not the only ones that truly enjoy the fireworks; many local families come to the lake that night to marvel at the show!” said Mark Choe, sales & marketing director at the Pines Resort. “We hope to see you at the lake as we celebrate the start of 2020!”
The evening of activities starts with a lavish, four-course dinner at Ducey’s on the Lake, presented by Executive Chef Johnathan Frabotta. Scrumptious roasted wild mushroom and goat cheese tartlets, filet mignon, lobster, bountiful seasonal vegetables, and so much more adorns this lavish menu. Seating at dinner service is prearranged, so please call for your reservation in advance at this popular event.
After dinner, get ‘Glitz & Glam’ and join the party at the Lakeview Room or at the Pines Bar. In the Lakeview Room entertainment will be provided by DJ Markie Mark and guests will enjoy digital and interactive photo booth, themed party decor with special lighting, light appetizers, and party favors. Enjoy a premium location to view the fireworks show over the lake with a complimentary glass of champagne at midnight.
Buy tickets online. Hint: hotel guests access discounted tickets.
At the Pines Bar live music will be provided by the NiteFlite Band. Guests will be able to enjoy snacks and party favors, as well as a spectacular fireworks finale with a champagne toast at midnight.
As a courtesy to their guests, The Pines Resort has planned to provide childcare for families staying on-site. Children ages 5 -14 will enjoy movies, games and crafts as well as a warm meal and drinks. At midnight, they may accompany their parents to view the fireworks.
For reservations, please contact:
Dinner reservations: 559-692-8857
Hotel reservations: 800-350-7463
About Visit Yosemite | Madera County
Formed in 1985, Visit Yosemite | Madera County’s mission is to draw the millions of visitors of Yosemite National Park to the many businesses and attractions in its gateway. Inviting visitors to take a journey from the Fossil Discovery Center to the Madera Wine Trail and onward into the High Sierra. Along the way discover incredible dining, talented trades persons, all seasons of water sports at Bass Lake, the Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad, and mighty adventures right up to the massive giant sequoia trees. Madera County is the gateway to so much more.
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