Florida Gulf Coast Places You Need to Be on the Fourth of July


Florida Gulf Coast Places You Need to Be on the Fourth of July
We love celebrations here on Florida's Gulf Coast! The upcoming Fourth of July holiday is filled with family fun and festivities for everyone. Whether you prefer to be on the beach, in the park, on the water or in the comfort of your beach vacation rental, there are plenty of ways to celebrate this Independence Day.

Here are the places you need to be this Fourth of July on Florida's Gulf Coast.


On the Beach in Redington Shores for Fireworks

The Redington Shores county park and beach access is the place to be for fireworks on the beach this July 4th. Take in the gorgeous Gulf of Mexico views that surround you. Bring your blanket or beach chair, find your spot in the sand, and enjoy the show. The fireworks begin at dark.

Contact the Town of Redington Shores for more information.



At Coachman Park for Clearwater Celebrates America

Blast off your Fourth of July celebration with the City of Clearwater Celebrates America event at Coachman Park. This is a FREE family celebration held on Monday, July 4, 2016, along with a concert featuring the Coachman Park Pops and the Wilsons. The night is topped off with one of the largest fireworks displays in Tampa Bay. Food and drink vendors and exhibitors are on hand to cover all of your Fourth of July needs.

Gates open at 4p.m. and music begins at 7:30p.m. Children's activities run 5-9p.m. featuring the Nomad Art Bus, a performance by Artz 4 Life Academy, a mascot dance off, a DJ, face painting, crafts, games and more! The night ends with a fireworks show starting at 9:30p.m.

You can read up on the full details of Clearwater Celebrates America right here, including parking information and what is and is not permitted at the event.



In Largo Central Park for the Fourth of July Celebration

Come see one of the best firework shows in Pinellas County at Largo's 4th of July Celebration in Largo Central Park presented by HCA of West Central Florida. On Monday, July 4 beginning at 6p.m., family and friends can enjoy great food, entertainment and activities for all ages, followed by a spectacular fireworks show starting at approximately 9:15p.m. Enjoy a pie eating contest, t-shirt decorating for $5 and inflatable activities with a $10 wristband.

Admission to the event is FREE, activity wristbands are also available for purchase on-site (cash only). On-site parking is available for $10. Free park and walk is also provided from Largo Middle School and Everest University.

Learn everything you need to know about the Largo Fourth of July Celebration right here.

 

On a Ship 

Aboard a July 4th Fireworks Cruise on Florida's Gulf Coast

Celebrate the Fourth a little differently this year by enjoying the views from the water. July 4th cruises depart from Tampa and Clearwater, and there are VIP options for an extra special Independence Day. All aboard! The Fourth of July cruises tend to sell out quickly each year, so get your tickets while you can.

The Fourth of July Fireworks cruises include an open bar, upscale American-style buffet, DJ entertainment, and a stellar fireworks performance choreographed to your favorite patriotic music. Cruises depart rain or shine but fireworks displays are weather permitting.

Find out out all of the fabulous details about a Fourth of July Fireworks Cruise on the Gulf Coast right here.

 

Gulf Coast Rental 

At Your Gulf Coast Vacation Rental

Who says you have to go out on July 4th? You can spend a cozy night in making the most of your Gulf beach vacation rental amenities. Indulge in your favorite dinner courtesy of your vacation rental kitchen or grill, sit out on your patio or deck with a drink in hand, and revel in your freedom to do whatever you choose this holiday.

Celebrate Independence Day in true Gulf Coast style this year and start July 2016 off with a bang! Happy Fourth of July!

Where are you watching the fireworks on the Fourth of July?

Florida Gulf Coast Places You Need to Be on the Fourth of July Pin




Comment on this post!