More Exciting Destinations to Have a Picnic At

An excellent way to relax and connect with nature is to have a picnic with your family and friends. In fact, it is an excellent activity you can do because you get to spend quality time with your loved ones while enjoying stunning scenery. Being outdoors has also been linked to better health, overall, so it’s a win-win. Fortunately, there are numerous beautiful places you can visit in the United States. We’ve already mentioned some of the gorgeous locations in our previous post. However, we believe that there are more amazing picnic grounds in the United States. So, here are more exciting destinations to have a picnic at.

DuPont State Forest – North Carolina

DuPont State Forest is a popular tourist destination your can visit for a picnic. After all, it was featured in two movies, ‘The Last of the Mohicans’ and ‘The Hunger Games’.

DuPont State Forest is a 10,400-acre park with five lakes and numerous waterfalls. It is situated above the western border of South and North Carolina. Because of its natural beauty, many hikers and bikers visit this park. You can also have a relaxing picnic at one of the waterfalls of this park.

Central Park – New York


Central Park is one of the most exciting destinations to have a picnic at. You can visit this beautiful place if you want to escape from the hustle of your busy schedules. The park offers a quiet and relaxing site where you can have a picnic with your family and friends. Plus, you will surely enjoy the natural beauty of this 843-acre park, even though it is situated in the middle of New York City.

Columbia River Gorge – Oregon

Another great destination you can visit for a picnic is the Columbia River Gorge. It is a 292,500-acre park with numerous waterfalls. The most popular waterfall in this area is the Multnomah Falls, the second highest waterfall in the United States. This area also offers an excellent picnic ground due to its picturesque forest and natural waters. You can even do several water sports, like kitesurfing and windsurfing.

Walden Pond – Massachusetts


Finally, the last on this list of exciting destinations to have a picnic at is Walden Pond. This area was the inspiration for Henry David Thoreau’s book entitled “Walden.” In his book, he described the magnificent beauty of this reserve.

The best part about Walden Pond is it welcomes tourists who want to enjoy a serene picnic. Aside from that, this reserve also has several hiking trails that attract many hikers. You can also visit the pond, which is a popular swimming spot during summer.

Maria Dolores Garcia

Maria is a contributor who is passionate about health, fitness, and beauty. During her free time, she tries to discover the beauty hidden in the chaos of today's fast-paced way of life. With a background in health and medicine, she hopes to inspire you to start living a fun, active, and healthy lifestyle through her writing.

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