If you’ll be in Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina and if you plan on staying with us at the Ocean Isle Inn over the th holiday, you’ll want to know where the many celebratory activities will be held.
And obviously, if you need comfortable Ocean Isle Beach accommodations, we’ve got some pretty beautiful waterfront vacation rentals; we can accommodate you in luxury and at a price you can afford. You can count on that!
July 4th Ocean Isle Beach Events
There’s quite a few events happening in the area that is not only family-friendlym but extremely fun as well.
Ocean Isle Beach Parade
The annual Ocean Isle Beach Parade will take place on rd and features decorated golf carts, bicycles and more.
The parade will begin at , but parade participants should meet at the Museum of Coastal Carolina parking lot by
There is no official registration and no fee to march in the parade. Entries will be judged in four categories:
- Golf Carts
The parade is proudly sponsored by the OIPOA, or Ocean Isle Property Owners Association.
Ocean Isle Beach Concert
The free Ocean Isle Beach Concert will also take place on rd from – at The Museum of the Coastal Carolinas parking lot, 21 East 2nd Street, Ocean Isle Beach.
Following the concert there will be a Fireworks Show at the Ocean Isle Pier on rd beginning at 9 p.m. Fireworks will last approximately 20 minutes.
Viewers will be able to watch the display from the pier, the beach in front of our inn, or alternatively – anywhere on the Island. In case of rain, the fireworks show will be re-scheduled for th at 9 p.m.
Fun Activities at the Old Bridge in Sunset Beach
With patriotic music playing and flags waving at the Old Bridge site, 109 Shoreline Drive West, Sunset Beach, there are a number of activities scheduled throughout the morning.
At there will be a Parade over the Old Bridge, at which children (and adults) are encouraged to bring their decorated bicycles, wagons, strollers or sneakers to ride or march across the Old Bridge in step to rousing patriotic music.
This parade is a perfect photo opportunity for grandparents and parents to capture the children in their red, white, and blue splendor.
Immediately following the parade, volunteers from the Old Bridge Preservation Society have planned multiple activity stations with good old-fashioned, All-American Games. There will be a cake walk, sack races, water can races, a knock-down-the-cans-game and the perennial favorite… Water Balloon Toss!
If, after taking part in all of the games, the children are hungry…
Well there will be available decorated cupcakes to take the edge off.
For more information, Call 910-363-6585.