Our Favorite Ways to Celebrate the Fourth of July on Your Boat

It’s no secret you get the best views of the Fourth of July fireworks from your boat. When it comes to cruising down the Intracoastal, the Palm Valley Fish Camp team is full of helpful tips and fun ideas.

Freedom Feast

We think every good boating day should include a delicious meal. Whether it’s grilling out on the beach at Little Talbot or heading to a nice restaurant, it’s important to eat well and enjoy your company. The obvious choices for your Independence Day spread are burgers and hotdogs. In fact, you could even take it a step further and do steaks and local seafood.

At Palm Valley Fish Camp, we have plenty of patriotic entrees that are perfect after a long day on the boat. Stop by for our Mayport Shrimp and Creamy Grits with White Wine Butter Sauce or our Grilled Pork Chop Bacon Molasses BBQ… and if those don’t scream patriotism we don’t know what does!

Deck Out with Decor

Don’t just decorate your home for the Fourth, bring the decorations out on the high waters and show off that American pride! Whether it’s an American flag flying high or streamers adorning your boat’s rails, it’s a must to show off your holiday spirit while you cruise the Intracoastal.

If your Fourth of July plans involve pit stops at different sand bars or restaurants, be sure to throw on some red, white and blue beads so your patriotism is always on display…on and off the boat!

Plan Out Your Fireworks View

Fireworks are a major part of celebrating Independence Day, so be prepared for the big show by planning out the best viewing location. The coastline all the way from Ponte Vedra up to Atlantic Beach is dotted with fun parties and incredible firework displays. Anchor your boat or dock somewhere near the action, sip a cold beer and enjoy the light show.

Cruise down to Palm Valley Fish Camp to get the best American meal this coast can find! Whether you opt for a glass of ice, cold beer or go all out with a seafood feast, there’s nowhere better to celebrate being an American than with your Fish Camp family.

 

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