BASS LAKE– If you’re fixin’ to celebrate the entry of 2022 in style, the place to do it is The Pines Resort at Bass Lake. There is plenty to choose from, for all ages. Whether noshing is your thing, to watching fireworks grace the Bass Lake night sky (possibly over a blanket of sparkling snow), it’s all happening at The Pines Resort.
FIREWORKS AT MIDNIGHT
Make your plans now to enjoy a family-friendly New Year’s Eve party beginning at 7:30 pm on Friday, December 31, 2021. Gather at the Lakeview Room to enjoy a variety of music by DJ Hecktik, with a new digial photo booth, party favors, snacks and elegant gold, silver and white decor. Get ready to toast the advent of 2022 with fireworks at midnight with a complimentary glass of champagne. There will be a full bar with drinks available for purchase. You can even include the kids with the new, optional Kids’ Care/Kids’ NYE Party for children 2 to 14, whose parent(s) attend the main NYE party.
While the doors open at 7:30 pm, the music and entertainment gets underway at 8:30 pm.
The fun winds down at 1:00 am.
NEW YEAR’S EVE DINNER OPTIONS
If dining in an elegant ambiance with the choicest of cuisines is more your style, think about reserving a spot at Ducey’s New Year’s Eve table. Executive Chef Johnathan Frabotta presents a lavish four-course New Year’s Eve dinner, with a choice of apetizer, salad or soup; entree and dessert. Choosse between Filet & Lobster, Prime Rib, Grilled Salmon and Shrimp, Grilled Veggie Napoleon, Mary’s Organic Roasted Chicken Breast and much more. Prices range from $69 to $109 (plus tax), depending on entree choice. Dining includes free entry to the New Year’s Eve Party with Fireworks. You must have a reservation for the party; make one using your free code.
Dinner Reservations are required. Call 559/642-3131.
Dress code for The Pines Resort events is business casual.
No matter how you opt to celebrate, be mindful of weather and road conditions. The ten-day forecast includes significant amounts of the wet stuff along with the possibility of white stuff. Carry traction devices for your vehicle (required by law), dress warmly and be prepared.