3rd Edition for 2011- Continuing to share the best links for NJ Fireworks:

All the listings below (except when noted) are from NJ Leisure Guide and you can click here to get more details.Please note as I get more information and good links i’ll be adding them to the list.

NJ Family Magazine just came out with their latest fireworks listing in date order! (including Dover, Paterson, Princeton, Tuckerton that are on July 1; Randolph and Vernon on July 2; Clifton, Flemington, Franklin Highland Park, and Wall on July 3; Bridgewater, Cranford, Florham Park, Monroe, Mountain Lakes, Ocean City, Parsippany, Pittman, Point Pleasant, Weehawken and Wildwood on July 4; Newark on July 5) : Check it out here

Did I miss one?  Comment below!!!

North Jersey:
Bridgewater (North Branch Park);
Florham Park (Emmit Field);
Hoboken/Weehawken (Macy’s fireworks over the Hudson);
For Maplewood (Memorial Park), South Orange, Millburn West Orange and Montclair best link is Baristakids Indendence Day Post
Ridgewood (Veteran’s Field);

Summit (Memorial Field)– from the excerpts are from summit NJ website, click for full details– Join Summit for the 64th Annual Fourth of July Celebration to be held on Monday, July 4, 2011.Soldiers Memorial Field will be the site for both the morning and evening celebration events….evening concert and fireworks display. The Cameos will be the featured performers on the big stage starting at 7:45 PM… The Grand Fireworks Display starts at 9:15 PM in the sky over Memorial Field. Refreshments and souvenirs will be available for purchase. Ashland Road closes at 6 PM. So come early and enjoy the show. Walk, carpool, or bike with your friends.

Springfield NJ, from– (Monday July 4, Meisel Field, with trackless train, petting zoo, lots of cool stuff)
Central Jersey:
Asbury Park (Boardwalk); Atlantic Highlands(Municipal Harbor); Bradley Beach (Boardwalk); Freehold (Freehold Raceway); Hazlet (Veterans Memorial Park); Red Bank (Navesink River); Long Branch (along with Oceanfest 2011); Princeton (Princeton University)
South Jersey:
Barnegat, Battleship Drive in Camden, Cape May, Ocean City, Pittman, Point Pleasant, Seaside Heights, Tuckerton and Wildwood

Atlantic City via On July 4, 2011 at 9:20 pm, a spectacular fireworks demonstration produced by Fireworks by Grucci will illuminate the skies above Atlantic City’s Marina District, with another display beginning at 9:45 pm along the Atlantic City Boardwalk. The show promises to be an elaborate display that will be a highlight of the holiday weekend. The show is open to the public with viewing areas at both properties. For more information visit this link