OBX July 4th 2013 Firework & Parade Information

Going on vacation the week of July 4th this year?
 It is going to be amazing, and the memories will last a lifetime
 
 
 

The Outer Banks is the place to be this July 4th!  The morning begins with an exciting parade in the heart of Duck, NC.  Get there early, park, and walk to get a Duck Donut and have your beach buckets ready for candy & goodies!  If you are staying in Duck, just pack up the stroller or wagon and make your way to the perfect spot for your family!  The parade is followed by a day of celebration together with live music and refreshments. 

You have many ways to enjoy the rest of the day until the night of festivities in the sky!  Find your options below for fireworks on the Outer Banks
 
2013 Fireworks in ManteoRoanoke Island Festival Park
Gates open at 6pm and the celebration begins at 8pm, please no pets
Outdoor Pavillion at Roanoke Festival Park, 8pm with music featuring North Carolina National Guard’s 440th Army Band. 
 
2013 Fireworks in Nags Head
MP 11.5 Oceanfront
Watch from your vacation home or drive to a beach access and park. 
Use these public beach accesses and bring your chairs & towels! 
 
South of Nags Head Fishing Pier
North of Nags Head Fishing Pier
Curlew Street
Bladen Street
Hollowell Street
Bittern Street
Conch Street
Bonnett Street
 
Barnes Street
 
Blackman Street

2013 Fireworks in Corolla
Make your way to the wonderful Currituck Heritage Park in Corolla after a nice cook out and beach day!  Activities in the park begin at 5pm and the fireworks come later at 9:00pm.  There will be a watermelon-eating contest, corn hole tournament, live music, children’s activities, vendors and more.  So much fun, and such a long day to enjoy it all!  Celebrate freedom Outer Banks style!
 
 
 
Call Outer Banks Blue now if you need to set your last minute reservations,
and check out our SPECIALS!  888-727-3102

  By Michelle Elmore, Marketing Director

 

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