Celebrate Your Independence on the Peoples Coast! - Oregon Coast Visitors Association

Celebrate Your Independence on the Peoples Coast!

Posted by OCVA / June 24, 2011

What are you doing for Independence Weekend 2011?  Here is a list of celebrations happening all over the Oregon Coast. You can choose from small town, old fashioned celebrations to state of the art pyrotechnics or you can stake out a spot along the 363 miles of the Oregon’s Coastline and watch nature’s display. Whatever your pleasure you are invited to partake, join in and Celebrate Your Independence at the People’s Coast!

July 3rd, 2011

Boiler Bay Fireworks
Depoe Bay
Fireworks over the ocean at dusk are really done right in Boiler Bay at the north end of town.  A free shuttle runs from 5:00pm until the event is over as parking is limited in the park. Bring your jackets, and a blanket to sit on. Concessions will be available. You are encouraged to leave your dogs at home as this is not always fun for them.
July 3, 2011

Walport Annual July 3rd Fireworks
Come celebrate Waldport’s Centennial and enjoy a spectacular display of fireworks over Alsea Bay beginning at dusk on July 3rd.  You’ll find plenty of sandy beach to enjoy the view surrounding Alsea Bay.  Parking at Patterson State Park; or, park in Waldport and view the festivities from the Historic Alsea Bay Bridge Interpretive Center or along Keady Wayside. 620 NW Spring Street, Waldport, Oregon 97394
July 3, 2011

3rd of July Fireworks
North Bend
Don’t miss this spectacular fireworks show over the bay at the Mill Casino Hotel, North Bend, Coos Bay. Show starts at dusk (approx. 10:00pm ) Call for more information.
July 3, 2011

Independence Day Celebration
Old Town Florence extends an invitation to enjoy food, shopping, live outdoor music, and fireworks to celebrate the 4th of July. Shops and restaurants will be open late and offer fireworks’ specials.
July 3 – 5, 2011

July 4th, 2011

Old Fashioned 4th of July Celebration

Celebrate an old fashioned 4th of July in the coastal community of Warrenton.  The events begin at 12:00 pm with a BBQ at the Warrenton Fire Department at 225 S. Main Street followed by a family friendly parade that passes right by the fire department at 3:00pm. After strolling through Warrenton, you can head to Astoria’s waterfront for a terrific fireworks display above the Columbia River. The 2011 Fireworks display, produced by Western Display Fireworks, will fill the sky above Columbia River. The fireworks are shot from the East End Mooring Basin towards Downtown Astoria beginning around dusk – approximately 10:00pm.
July 4, 2011

Independence Day Celebration
Come celebrate your Independence in Seaside with a Parade, Old Fashioned Social and cap the evening with one of the finest and largest fireworks shows in the Pacific Northwest! Parade begins at 11:00 am., Social begins at 12:00pm with the fireworks kicking off at 10:00pm.
July 4, 2011

Blue Heron’s 4th of July Celebration

The festivities kick off at 4:00 pm on Monday, July 4th starting with an all American hamburger and hot dog barbecue and live music by local musician, Rod Whaley. Bouncy houses will be available for kids and a festive selection of red, white and blue wine tastings will be available for adults.Local rock n’ roll band the Oyster Shooters, hit the Blue Heron stage at 6:30pm, to be followed by one of the largest fireworks displays on the Oregon Coast! Fireworks begin at dusk!$5.00 Per Person for the Barbecue. $3.00 Per Vehicle Parking Donation.
July 4, 2011

Fireworks on Siletz Bay
Lincoln City
Fireworks on the Bay at SW 51st in Taft at dusk.
July 4th, 2011

Gleneden Beach 4th of July Celebration
Gleneden Beach
Gleneden Beach 4th of July Celebration includes Pancake Breakfast from 8 – 11AM, Craft & Food Fair from 10AM – 3PM, and 17th Annual Parade at 1PM.
July 4, 2011

Gleneden Beach 4th of July Celebration
Gleneden Beach
Gleneden Beach 4th of July Celebration includes Pancake Breakfast from 8 – 11AM, Craft & Food Fair from 10AM – 3PM, and 17th Annual Parade at 1PM.
July 4, 2011

Yaquina Bay 4th of July Fireworks
Watch the sky light up over Yaquina Bay. It’s good to show up early to the Bayfront or surrounding areas as over 5,000 people watch the display! 9:30 pm – 11:00 pm
July 4, 2011

Yachats La de Da Parade & 4th of July Celebration
Spend the 4th in Yachats! Start out with Lions Pancake Breakfast, 7:30 – 11:30am at Yachats Lions Hall, followed by the Whimsical, low-tech La de Da Parade at Noon sponsored by the Area Chamber of Commerce. After the parade , drop by the 7th Annual Fourth of July Pie & Ice Cream Social at Yachats Commons, from 11:00am – 3:00pm. Explore the town for an afternoon of great food, entertainment, outdoor crafts show, and live music. Find a place on the beach by the mouth of the Yachats River to watch the afternoon Duck Race. From the same beach or from almost anywhere downtown enjoy the Spectacular Fireworks at Sundown over the Yachats bay!
July 4th, 2011


Winchester Bay Fireworks
Winchester Bay
The most spectacular fireworks display on the Coast. Visitors and locals grab a spot, fire up the barbecue or picnic and settle in for a night of fun. A Car cruise and other events round out your stay.
July 4, 2011

4th of July in Mingus Park – Family Fun Day
Coos Bay
Fishing ponds, face painting, FREE swimming, family competitions, clowns, kids entertainment, Boy Scouts, Monkey Bridge, Photos from the Heart, Furry Friends Therapy Dogs. Crafts and goodie bags, food available, and much more. Fireworks provided by the City of Coos Bay at dusk by the waterfront. Mingus Park and the Coos Bay Waterfront.
July 4, 2011

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