Lake Texoma 4th of July Fireworks 2021

The Fourth of July is a great day for commemorating our independence from Great Britain and is often celebrated with a large number of community events around Lake Texoma. The main attraction of the weekend is going to be several spectacular firework shows on and off the water of Lake Texoma.

This year’s Independence Day celebrations start on the 3rd of July. There may be some COVID-19 limitations but with the country opening up now we expect to see many people celebrating the day with pride in flag-waving ceremonies, car shows, boat parades, and other patriotic events.

July 4th fireworks are, as always, the main attraction in Lake Texoma and other parts of the country.

Watch Exciting Firework Displays at Lake Texoma

Lake Texoma has a strong tradition of celebrating the fourth of July with a number of firework displays in different locations over the lake.

Remember to mark your calendar for the places you want to visit with your family and friends and enjoy the vivid fireworks around Lake Texoma.

Here are some of the places where are you can enjoy Lake Texoma fireworks and other community activities all weekend long.

Kingston: Roosevelt Bridge Fireworks Show

Roosevelt Bridge is a great place to enjoy fireworks over Lake Texoma. There is plenty of room to watch by boat.

Pottsboro: Highport Marina

On July 3rd the high port Marina also displays its fireworks shows. You can enjoy the fireworks display from land or water on your boat, joining hundreds of boats just outside the harbor.

The firework display is long and spectacular. You can also listen to a simulcast of the show on the radio.

Durant: Choctaw Casino

Enjoy a wonderful fireworks show with coordinated music, put on by Choctaw.

Tishomingo: Red, White and BOOM

This two-day event is filled with family fun, activities, parades, contest, live music, dancing and of course fireworks on Friday night. 

Sherman: Lights on the Lake

Come on out to Pecan Grove Park for a free concert with Rick Springfield, followed up by an amazing fireworks show!

Denison: 34th Annual Fourth of July Fireworks Show

Live music and fireworks fill Munson Stadium again this year, with the annual local tradition. Don't miss it!

Other 4th of July Weekend Activities

There are plenty of things to do on and around the lake, from barbecues to chalk art contests, activities, live music and parades. Come and join us to celebrate Independence Day in style this year at Lake Texoma.

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Fishing Report from TPWD (Feb. 22)

GOOD. Water normal stain; 38-41 degrees; 0.64 feet below pool. Striped bass are good drifting flukes in the river channels near the Red River and Washita River mouths. Look for bigger fish on big swimbaits around creek channels and the backs of creeks in 8-25 feet of water on structure. Catfish are slow anchored and drifting cut gizzard shad in 50-65 feet of water. Fish are full and not feeding well, look for bigger fish to be in the muddy water near the rivers in 10-15 feet of water. Crappie are moving shallow with the warmer weather. Fish creeks 5-10 feet of water using jigs and minnows. Deeper fish are still not as cooperative with the electronics but these warmer days will change that this week. Largemouth and smallmouth bass are fair on soft plastic fishing structure in 5-12 feet of water near creeks and stumps. Look for them to move shallow in numbers with this warmer weather. Report by Jacob Orr, Guaranteed Guide Service Lake Texoma. Striped bass continue to gorge on bait, looking like little butter balls. Fish are in 10-30 feet of water on structure or in the open water on Sassy shad or an Alabama rig. With the full moon fish may feed at night which can slow the bite. Report by John Blasingame, Adventure Texoma Outdoors.

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