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The Fourth Of July Parade And Fireworks Are Back For The First Time Since Hurricane Ian!
Come celebrate our great nation and town pride as the Fort Myers Beach Fourth of July parade makes its way down

Estero Blvd. with its colorful floats and costumed participants! The parade starts at Bay Oaks Recreation Center  at

10 a.m. and continues down the boulevard to Times Square. Don’t miss this Fort Myers Beach tradition! Be aware that

Estero Blvd. will be closed from 9 a.m. until Noon for the parade.

Want to be part of the parade? Download an application here.  You can also reach out to Danielle BiBona, Town of FMB

Parks and Recreation Manager at [email protected]   for more information!

The Fort Myers Beach Fourth of July fireworks show begins at approximately 9 P.M. at Times Square. You can bring a beach

chair and enjoy the show as the beautiful fireworks light up the night sky! Starting at 8:30 pm the Matanzas Pass Bridge will

be closed until approximately 11pm.

Fireworks Cruises
Want to see the fireworks from the water? These businesses are taking passengers for fireworks cruises!

Adventures In Paradise
Day 5 Charters
Sight Sea-R Cruises
Tiki Pub Fort Myers Beach
Food and libations are available on Fort Myers Beach throughout the day though some restaurants are still closed. You can see

a list of who’s open here. Venues with  live music are listed here.

– Consider taking the Beach Trolley  to Fort Myers Beach to enjoy Independence Day!
– Paid parking is available in the Times Square area.
– You can also park at one of the Town’s beach accesses. The accesses are in various states of repair post Hurricane Ian.

The Town Council reminds everyone that fireworks are illegal everywhere and at all times on the beach and throughout the Town

even though the state of Florida’s rules are more lax. Read the Town’s ordinance about fireworks. Fireworks are harmful to the large

variety of natural resources in the beach environment in addition to being fire hazards.

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