Watching a good old-fashioned fireworks display is as American as the Fourth of July can get, and El Paso won’t be for a lack of places one can watch bombs bursting in the air on July 4.

Below is where you can get your red, white and boom on and commemorate our country’s Independence Day.

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Wet ‘N Wild Water World

Monday • July 4

Wet 'N Wild Water World will light it up again this Fourth of July. The park will open at 10 a.m. on Monday for a full day of water rides and grilling with a fireworks finale not long after the park closes for the evening.

For more details, including the best place to watch, click HERE.

Ascarate Park

Monday • July 4

The Fourth of July is back with a bang at Ascarate Park. El Paso County is celebrating the holiday with food trucks, swimming, and an aerial display over the lake.

You’ll find what you need to know if you plan to go HERE.


Pop Goes the Fort

Monday • July 4

Fort Bliss MWR will mark Independence Day at Biggs Park with a live performance from the El Paso Symphony Orchestra followed by the annual Fireworks Spectacular. Find details HERE.

Western Playland Amusement Park

Monday • July 4

The homegrown amusement park in the neighboring city of Sunland Park, New Mexico will be cranking up all the rides you know and love beginning at 5:30 p.m. with their annual fireworks celebration going off towards the end of the park’s closing.

Abundant Church 4th of July Celebration

Monday • July 4

Food trucks, inflatables, and fireworks after the evening service at both the east and west side locations. East side, 1000 Valley Crest Dr; West side, 7100 N Desert Blvd.

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Southwest University Park

Friday – Sunday • July 1 – 3

The Chihuahuas will blow up the night sky after each game beginning Friday, July 1, through Sunday, July 3. You’ll find details HERE.

City of Socorro

Saturday • July 2

Socorro's Independence Day Extravaganza includes food trucks, activities for the kids, live entertainment, and “the largest fireworks display in the county.” Get more info HERE.

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