Bethany Beach, Delaware is fun all summer long but especially when the town has something to celebrate! At Ropewalk Bethany, we love the 4th of July and hanging out with everyone who comes to visit. That’s why we’ve created the perfect 4 things to do for your 4th of July in Bethany Beach. On a couples trip, with friends, or with the whole family, there’s something for everyone to enjoy and celebrate.
4 Things to Do for the 4th of July Weekend in Bethany
1. Spend Time on the Beach
You can’t miss out on beach time of course! July has perfect weather for beach days so embrace the hot and spend time cooling off in the ocean. Pack your beach bag and don’t forget sunscreen and a water bottle to stay protected and hydrated while you enjoy the sunny warm weather.
2. Patriotic Parade Floats
On Monday, July 4th, Downtown Bethany Beach will come alive and ready for the famous 4th of July parade! Grab a good spot along the route to watch and wave to the floats, bands, and more as they go by. Want to participate yourself? Build a float and register the morning of! Or, get some exercise by walking or biking with the parade. Find more details here.
3. 4th of July Fireworks
Now for the main event—the fireworks in town! At dusk, Downtown Bethany Beach will put on an incredible fireworks display for all to enjoy. After you’ve finished enjoying dinner at Ropewalk, spend quality time with those you love watching the sky light up over the beach.
4. Celebrate with Ropewalk
July 4th celebrations can’t be complete with our Star-Spangled Slammer drink! The red, white, and blue slushie is served in a sprinkle rimmed glass and comes with a rocket pop for extra cool. After a long beach or parade day, order delicious Ropewalk menu options for lunch and dinner. Snack on our yummy shareables then let each family member choose an entree they’ll love from our wide variety of options. Plus, our kid’s menu includes the perfect meals for your little ones.
Are you excited yet? We sure are and we can’t wait to see you all at Ropewalk Bethany to celebrate the 4th of July together!