4th of July Fireworks & Fun in the Naples Area

Celebrate Independence Day with fireworks shows, parades and other patriotic festivities in Naples, Marco Island and the Everglades.

 Photo by: Nelipot Photography. Girl with American Flag on Naples Beach

Florida's Paradise Coast celebrates red, white, and blue year-round – this is a place with stunning red sunsets, white sand beaches, and endless blue skies. So it's no surprise that the Naples area goes all out for the 4th of July.

You'll find many ways to celebrate, from waterfront fireworks to festivities in our downtowns and small towns. See where, when, and how you can join the fun this Fourth.


Fireworks at Naples Pier

The main event in the City of Naples is July 4th Fireworks at Naples Pier. The fireworks display is set to begin Tuesday, July 4, at 9:00 pm just north of the Naples Pier. Want to see the fireworks from a different vantage point? Join Pure FloridaSweet Liberty CatamaranNaples Princess, and other area charter operators for a special Independence Celebration on the water.

Downtown's July 4th Parade

Bring the family and enjoy the annual Naples July 4th Parade starting on July 4th at 10:00 am. Please arrive early to get the best possible view along the parade route: It starts on Broad Avenue South at 3rd Street South, heads north on 3rd Street South to 5th Avenue South, then south on 8th Street South, where it ends.

Marco Island

The beach is the best place to watch the fireworks in Marco Island, as they're launched from a barge in the Gulf of Mexico. So claim your spot on the sand, watch the sunset, and prepare for an even more colorful show: Fireworks in the night sky!

Everglades City

This tiny burg is so eager to celebrate Independence Day that they do it early! This year's Everglades City Independence Day Celebration is on Saturday, July 1, in McLeod Park. Starting at 10 am, Come for the hotdogs, chips, and lemonade compliments of the Everglades Lions Club – stay for the fireworks at 9:00 pm!

Happy 247th birthday, America!


Please note that all events and celebrations are subject to change without notice.