Posted by: Bailey G | June 27, 2013

OBX Fireworks Displays on the 4th of July

What better way to celebrate our country’s Independence Day than at the beach, on the Outer Banks? Spending the day with family and friends, grilling hot dogs and hamburgers, then settling in at dusk to watch the patriotic tradition of an amazing fireworks show.

In order to help our visitors enjoy this holiday during their vacation, here is a quick rundown of when and where you can celebrate!

Enjoy the Town of Duck 4th of July Parade – 9:00 am on July 4th –

Whalehead in Historic Corolla Village – the celebration begins at 5:00 pm and the fireworks will begin at dusk

Or if you’re visiting the southern beaches, there are some options too. Nags Head Pier will have a fireworks display starting at 9:25 pm at Milepost 11.5. The Town of Manteo will have a fireworks display over the Roanoke Sound at 9:30 pm. And in Hatteras, Avon Pier will launch fireworks at 9:00 pm.

Wherever you celebrate, enjoy the time with friends and family. Happy 4th of July everyone!

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  1. We were there last year for the 4th and loved watching the fireworks from our house in Whalehead. I got great pictures of the fireworks and the lighthouse shining in the same shot. Great memories!

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