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Thinking of ways to celebrate the 4th of July on your mind?

This holiday happens to be one of my very favorites, so I always make a pretty big deal about it.

Not only is it fantastic to celebrate our nation’s independence, but it is also just a wonderful, carefree holiday that adds to the joy of the summer season.

Make every summer even more eventful with these memorable ways to celebrate the 4th of July.2

1. Have a Barbecue

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Having a barbecue is one of those ways to celebrate the 4th of July that kind of goes without saying, but it should certainly be mentioned.

There is nothing better than firing up the barbecue, tossing some of your favorite barbecued foods on and having your friends and family members dig in for a tasty meal while dining al fresco.

Barbecues make any event memorable – at least that’s my opinion.

2. Water Fight


Cool off in the heat of the summer with a fun water fight on the 4th of July.

Fill up some squirt guns, fill buckets with water balloons, soak sponges in water and have a full-on water fight.

You’ll be cooled off, the laughs will be loud and you’ll have memories to last a lifetime.

3. Head to the Beach

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The beach is another one of those traditionally activities to enjoy on the 4th of July, and for good reason: because it is awesome!

Pack a cooler, some towels, some sand toys and any other necessities you’d need for the beach and get ready to spend the day having some fun in the sun.

You and your family are sure to enjoy a fun-filled 4th of July to remember.

4. Boat Ride

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If you have access to a boat, test out your sea legs on the 4th of July.

You can set sail on the open waters, try fishing, water skiing, tubing, diving into the refreshing water and just hanging back and relaxing.2

Stay out until the sun sets and watch the fireworks being blasted off from the shoreline.

Now, that will certainly be a view.

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