Best Places In Central Ohio To Watch Fireworks

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Best Places In Central Ohio To Watch Fireworks – Central Ohio has some of the finest spots to watch fireworks in central Ohio for fun 4th of July celebrating! However you may want to stake out your claim early to guarantee a great view. Bring your blankets, some snacks, and snuggle up to see some spectacular shows this season. Check out the list below to find a view that gives you the biggest bang this year!

Scioto Audubon Metro Park is a favorite spot for those who want to see the booms from Red White and Boom, but prefer to stay away from the throngs of folks. This park is just south of the Red, White, and Boom Festival, but provides a spacious lawn to spread out your blanket and enjoy the view.  

Dublin Coffman High School Stadium is rumored to be a special space to watch Dublin, Ohio’s fantastic concert and fireworks show every year. This years’ headliner is John Fogerty. Make a memorable evening with a rockin’ concert followed by a fabulous fireworks display.

Roger Reynolds Municipal Park Soccer Complex is an ideal place to catch the spectacular Hilliard Fireworks Show. Ranked one of the best shows in Columbus, the soccer complex is a space to get away from the crows, but still relish the show.  

Get a Private Table at Gahanna Boom Fest, with admission to the best views of fireworks, reserved parking, and access to a private bar and special buffet. Reserve your table soon to guarantee a spot!

The tracks at the Fairgrounds of Lancaster-Fairfield County are the best place to watch the Lancaster-Fairfield County 4th of July Celebration. Fireworks are shot into the sky from two different locations to create one amazing sight!

Watch fireworks from a boat on Buckeye Lake! Drop anchor near the shores of Buckeye Lake for the annual Buckeye Lake Area Star Spangled Tradition (BLASST). If you don’t own a boat, the shoreline will do for this super show.

Alum Creek Park is an ideal spot for the fabulous Westerville Fireworks! The fireworks show is usually at the southern end of the park, so getting as close to the south end is the key to the best views.

This Independence Day, there are endless options of fireworks shows for the family all across central Ohio. Check out this site to find one near you, and discover a new favorite spot for you and your family!