Lake Grapevine 4th of July Fireworks 2021




Lake Grapevine lies 20 miles northwest of Dallas next to Grapevine, Texas. The lake is managed by the US Army Corps.

It covers 7,280 acres with 3 full-size marinas, 30 miles of hiking and biking grounds, equestrian trails, 1,400 boat slips, and plenty of recreation opportunities.

There are also many camping sites, RV grounds, and cabins all around the lake. The lake is also a popular destination for unique Lake Grapevine 4th of July celebrations and fireworks.

Lake Grapevine July 4th Fireworks Extravaganza

The biggest show on Lake Grapevine is the 39th Annual July 4th Fireworks Extravaganza in Grapevine. The show will be going on at 9:30 from Oak Grove Park, and can be seen from many places along the south shore, and of course on the water.

Flower Mound Independence Fest

Just off the water, have fun and hear music all evening Sunday, featuring Le Freak and Josh Abbott Band, with a huge fireworks show finale after the show. Don't miss out on this awesome Independence Day event around Lake Grapevine.

Where to Watch Lake Grapevine Independence Day Fireworks

For Independence Day 2021, you can watch fireworks shows on Lake Grapevine at Oak Grove Park, Rockledge Park, and Scott’s landing marina. Lake Grapevine can be viewed from any lakeside location. Admission is free in most lakeside locations throughout Grapevine but some parks may charge a parking or admission fee.

So, to get the best spot to watch the lake Grapevine 4th of July fireworks extravaganza arrive early before the rest of the crowd flows in.

Here are some of the best spots and venues to watch the fireworks in full glory:

Oak Grove Park

This is not only the best fireworks viewing spot but it has ample parking too. You can watch the fireworks spectacle anywhere in the park including the large baseball and soccer fields.

Keep in mind that the closer you can get to the water the better view you will have because Oak Grove Park has many trees all around.

The best view is definitely off Oak Grove Loop North beyond the baseball field’s fence. You can also come by boat and watch the fireworks at the Dove Loop Ramp or near the softball fields. However, walk-in traffic is prohibited in this area.

Rockledge Park

At Rockledge Park, you get great views of Lake Grapevine fireworks across the water. You can also watch the fireworks spectacle at Gaylord Texan Resort or on a boat on the water.

Rockledge Park gives you the best view because it has fewer obstructing trees compared to Oak Grove Park. However, there is limited parking so make a point of coming early to secure your parking spot.

We recommend that you arrive at the park before sunset if you want to get a stunning view of Lake Grapevine sunset.

This is a spectacular pre-show especially if viewed from the west end of the park from where you can see mini cliffs for a more beautiful sunset effect before the main fireworks event after dusk.

Scott’s Landing Marina

This is another great location to watch the famous Lake Grapevine 4th of July fireworks. Scott’s Landing Marina is located off Oak Grove Loop South.

It has a nice grassy parking section that’s perfect for viewing fireworks from the safety of your car. Keep in mind that the marina docks are exclusively for private customers so public viewing from the docks is not allowed.

Lakeview Park

Lakeview Park is a bit further from Main Street and other attractions but it is still a vantage point to watch Lake Grapevine fireworks.

This is because there isn’t much between you and the fireworks except for Lake Grapevine waters. The north side of the park provides the best and least obstructed views.

There are many other great spots to view the fireworks over Lake Grapevine. Bring your family and friends to watch this great spectacle.




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Fishing Report from TPWD (Jul. 28)

FAIR. Water lightly stained; 86 degrees; 0.10 feet low. Largemouth bass are fair on flukes, shaky heads, dark blue or purple Texas rigged plastic worms and diving crankbaits near vegetation, points and drop-offs. White bass are fair in water depths 20-30 feet near main lake channels, flats and points using slabs and jigging spoons. Crappie are good on minnows in marinas and brush piles. Catfish are fair on chicken liver, live bait and earthworms.

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