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    Where to Watch Fireworks Around Toledo – 2022


    Where to Watch Fireworks Near Toledo 2022

    Looking for the best place to watch fireworks this July 4th? We have a handy list of places where you can watch fireworks near Toledo in 2022. Each location is clickable for easy access to websites and or directions. Note all dates are weather permitting. It is suggested you check the website to confirm if inclement weather is expected.

    Where to Watch Fireworks on Friday, July 1

    Defiance- Dusk at confluence of Maumee and Auglaize rivers. Enjoy fireworks from Pontiac ParkKingsbury Park or fort grounds.

    Wauseon- 10 p.m. at Biddle Park

    Where to Watch Fireworks on Saturday, July 2

    Toledo- 10 p.m. at Downtown Toledo, Promenade Park, and International Park

    Fremont- 10 p.m. at Rodger Young Park

    Springfield Township- 10 p.m. at Homecoming Park

    Swanton- Dusk at soccer fields at Memorial Park

    Woodville- 10 p.m. at Trail Marker Park

    Where to Watch Fireworks on Sunday, July 3

    Maumee/Perrysburg– Dusk at Maumee-Perrysburg Bridge -Visible from both sides of Maumee River.

    Bowling Green- 9:45 p.m. at Wood County Fairgrounds

    Findlay- 10 p.m. at Hancock County Fairgrounds

    Oak Harbor -Dusk at Portage River in downtown Oak Harbor

    Where to Watch Fireworks on Monday, July 4

    Delphos- 10 p.m. at Stadium Park

    Port Clinton-10 p.m. Waterworks Park/City Beach

    Put-in-Bay- 10 p.m. at Peace Garden Lawn –Fireworks can be seen from downtown

    Sandusky- 10 p.m. Light Up the Point Cedar Point’s Independence Day celebration

    Watch Fireworks Next Weekend Friday, July 8 (rescheduled from July 3)

    Sylvania- 10 p.m. at Centennial Terrace Fireworks can be viewed at Sylvania Pacesetter Park with $5 per car parking

    A Little History of Fireworks on July 4th

    This History Chanel has a great article explaining where the tradition of using fireworks to celebrate July 4th arises. “Yesterday the 4th of July, being the anniversary of the Independence of the United States of America, was celebrated in this city with demonstrations of joy and festivity,” reported the Pennsylvania Evening Post on July 5, 1777. “About noon all the armed ships and gallies in the river were drawn up before the city, dressed in the gayest manner, with the colors of the United States and streamers displayed.”

    After each ship’s cannon fired a 13-gun salute (in honor of the 13 colonies), the festivities continued, including an elegant dinner, a military demonstration and a performance by a Hessian band. “The evening was closed with the ringing of bells,” the Evening Post reported, “and at night there was a grand exhibition of fireworks (which began and concluded with thirteen rockets) on the Commons, and the city was beautifully illuminated.”

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