Lake Granbury 4th of July Fireworks 2021




Lake Granbury is a narrow long lake located on the Brazos River southwest of Dallas. It is a large 8,310 acres lake with a 103-mile shoreline.

It is also a popular fishing and recreation lake surrounded by a vibrant community, lakefront homes, and lots of interesting places to explore. The community around Lake Granbury is also quite patriotic and known to celebrate the 4th of July in style.

Come to Lake Granbury to see for yourself how the locals celebrate Independence Day with musical concerts, parades, rodeos, and fireworks.

If you are in Lake Granbury for Independence Day, you can watch the firework shows at Granbury Town Square. More venues will be announced soon.

Lake Granbury Fireworks at the Town Square

The 2021 Old Fashioned Lake Granbury 4th of July celebrations and fireworks show at Granbury Town Square is a must-attend event if you are in the neighborhood. The event is sponsored by the Granbury Chamber of Commerce and is celebrated with a parade, concert, rodeo, and fireworks.

July 4th Independence Day is celebrated in Lake Granbury with great pomp and circumstance in many distinctive ways. The major attraction is the fireworks display in the evening after dusk. Granbury is known for hosting remarkable July 4th events.

If you want to catch the Lake Granbury fireworks in all the glory, you can either book a cruise on a special day or watch the spectacle from many venues on land or aboard a boat on the water.

There are many events taking place in Lake Granbury during this year’s Independence Day weekend including parades, parties, and of course the fireworks.

2021 Freedom and Fireworks Event in Granbury

If you plan to celebrate America’s Independence in an Old Fashioned July 4th style then come to Granbury. This annual event draws people from all over, and is held Friday through Sunday.

This year’s festivities will include a parade in the historic district as well as an opportunity to try the local festive delicacies, shop for crafts and art, kids’ fun activities, and one of the top 10 fireworks shows in the Southwest.

The Freedom and Fireworks celebrations start on Friday 2nd July and will run through Saturday 3rd July to Sunday 4th July. The main venue will be the Granbury Chamber of Commerce located on Highway 377.

Freedom and Fireworks is normally the most celebrated event of the year in Granbury. There will be vendors already on the Town Square and the parade takes place on Saturday 3rd July 2021.

The event comes to its climax on Sunday 4th of July with fireworks shows over the lake. You can catch all the action from Town Square and other venues near the lake. Admission to Town Square is free.

Conclusion

There are plenty of fun activities for the entire family during the Lake Granbury Independence Day celebrations.

You may as well start planning your summer getaway early enough if you want to know why the Lake Granbury 4th of July celebrations experience is unforgettable.

Remember to observe the COVID-19 regulations by wearing masks and maintaining the required physical distance while shopping at the local vendors, partying, and enjoying the fireworks.




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Lake Granbury Weather Forecast

Saturday

Slight Chance Thunderstorms

Hi: 98

Saturday Night

Partly Cloudy

Lo: 78

Sunday

Slight Chance Thunderstorms

Hi: 99

Sunday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 76

Independence Day

Hot

Hi: 102

Monday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 77

Tuesday

Hot

Hi: 103

Tuesday Night

Clear

Lo: 78


Lake Granbury Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 7/2: 691.44 (-1.56)



Lake Granbury

Fishing Report from TPWD (Jun. 29)

GOOD. Water lightly stained; 81 degrees; 1.19 feet low. Channel catfish are slow while they spawn, but can be caught on small shad and prepared baits in the shallows around brush and stumps. Report by Jeffery Sojourner, Sojourner Fishing. Striped bass and white bass are good moving fast, biting topwaters early in the morning throughout the reservoir in 15-60 feet of water. Lots of smaller sized fish being caught. Catfish are good in 20-50 feet of water on cut bait. Report provided by Kraig Sexton, Sexton’s Guide Service LLC. Granbury has slowed down a little with the hot weather. Bass are around deeper boat docks on Carolina rigged soft plastics, and 3/4 ounce jigs. Report by James Moore, North Texas Bass Fishing and Cmoore Striper Guide Services.

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