Put-in-Bay 4th of July Fireworks
Celebrate America’s birthday first with a free concert by the Patriots Symphonic Band playing patriotic music at Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial at 6 pm. The annual Island Business Owners and Friends of the Bay-sponsored fireworks program at dark.
Where to watch: Fireworks display over the downtown harbor; great views from Perry’s Monument and downtown.
Port Clinton Area 4th of July Celebration
Begin the day with the Star-Spangled Squirt Gun 5K Walk/Run, then enter your child/grandchild in the Firecracker Cutie contest. Enjoy the Voices of Freedom concert, ice cream/hot dog/apple pie social, family dance party, and of course fireworks!
Where to watch: For best viewing of the fireworks, grab a blanket or lawn chair and head out to Waterworks Park.
Lakeside Chautauqua Independence Day
Fourth of July festivities kickoff with the Children’s Bike Parade at 10 a.m. followed by the Fourth of July Float Parade at 10:15 a.m. with unique golf cart floats; cookout at Lakeside Hotel lawn from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.; and fireworks at 9:45 p.m.
Where to watch: Catch a spectacular view of the fireworks along Ohio’s Most Beautiful Mile or at Lakeside Pavilion.
Light Up the Point at Cedar Point
Celebrate Independence Day at a place like no other! Light Up the Point at Cedar Point will feature fireworks all three nights, pie eating contests, and so much more. Plus, there’s free admission for active, retired, or honorably discharged military members and active first responders.
Where to watch: The absolute best place to watch the fireworks is at the park, either on the midway or their beautiful mile-long beach.
Oak Harbor’s Independence Day Celebration
Festivities begin at 5 p.m. There will be food vendors, entertainment, giant inflatables, a duck race on the Portage River, car show, 50/50 drawings, live music, and a beer garden. The night sky comes alive with a fireworks display at dusk.
Where to watch: The best place to watch the fireworks is downtown along the Portage River.
Are any of these firework displays still happening or have they been canceled due to Covid-19?