Fourth of July draws a crowd at Presque Isle

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Fireworks, parades and other activities are all part of the celebrations for the Fourth of July.

One crowded place on Sunday was at Presque Isle State Park.

“It’s been a pretty good experience, you know?” said Logan Savvy, who spent Sunday visiting Presque Isle. “We got up a little later, and you know, we wanted to do a boys trip today while everyone is sitting up at the house to do a cookout tonight. So, we set up the poles to go fishing.”

Meanwhile, J.J. Rettura took to the bike paths.

“It was a good bike ride,” he said. “Looking forward to laying on the beach and getting some Otis wings.”

Erie resident Amanda Braan toured some of the local hotspots with a friend.

“We are here going for a walk,” Braan said, “and we have a friend ehre, visiting from Virginia. So, she came up yesterday, and we went to local breweries and to support local businesses… And today, we are going to a friend’s house for a pool party and enjoy the day because it’s nice out.”

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