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Fourth of July in Mt. Washington Valley, NH

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If you’re looking for ways to enjoy fourth of July in the Mt. Washington Valley – and that includes fireworks – towns throughout the Mt. Washington Valley are putting together some seriously fun celebrations!

For those looking to soak in the max amount of July Fourth fun, fireworks are happening throughout the Mt. Washington Valley on July 2nd, 3rd and 4th in various towns. This means three different opportunities to take in a fireworks display, and enjoy the different offerings from local businesses. For more vacation tips on how to plan your summer vacation in Mt. Washington Valley, sign up for our monthly Vacation Inspiration newsletter!

As it remains true, please be sure to enjoy the fireworks in each town in a socially responsible manner. Be prepared with a mask to where when asked by individual businesses, and be mindful of the distance between you and others you’re sharing the park spaces with.

North Conway Village will be celebrating on the fourth of July with fireworks in Schouler Park. Fireworks are slated to begin at 9:30pm. Fireworks from Schouler park can be seen as far as West Side Road and Kearsarge Road, for those already plotting where they will view them from.

In year’s past live entertainment has preceded the North Conway Village fireworks. All performances have been put on hold for 2021, with the hope that they can return in the years to come.

Conway Village will be hosting a Fourth of July parade. Enjoy seeing the creative take on floats from area businesses. The parade will start on Hillside Ave, and make its way up Washington street. As it makes its way up Route 113, the parade will take a left at the lights, and a left again, onto Route 16 – headed North. The parade will end in Carl Thibodeau’s plaza, where Bea’s Cafe is. Be sure to check back with Conway Rec Department for any July 4th updates!

Jackson Village will be celebrating the holiday on July second with fireworks starting at 9pm. Fireworks will be taking off from Jackson Village Park. Visitors are encouraged to arrive early and familiarize themselves with the designated parking spots to ensure they don’t park in “no parking zones.” For more information on Jackson Village’s July Fourth celebration, visit this link.

The town of Gorham has a three-day celebration planned for its Fourth of July festivities. This three-day extravaganza includes live music, a patriotic themed scavenger hunt, a farmer’s market, and more. A fireworks show will punctuate the three-day event on July 3rd, starting at 10pm. For event details, visit the event’s facebook page, here.

Fourth of July in the Mt. Washington Valley will be filled with live events, family-friendly fun, and a pathway back into gathering during special times. Towns throughout Mt. Washington Valley are so excited to be able to present Fourth of July events for 2021.

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