Delaware March 16, 2017
The 12 Best Places In Delaware To Go On An Unforgettable Picnic
Spring is almost here! Despite the weird weather this week, warm days are approaching and soon it will be the perfect temperature for a picnic in Delaware. With so many parks and places to visit in the state, it’s hard to choose the best place for your picnic. Check out these suggestions for places with great scenery and things to do to make your picnic an outdoor lunch adventure.
1. Milton Memorial Park
is one of the cutest towns in Delaware, and Milton Memorial Park is a great place to throw down a picnic blanket and watch the beautiful Broadkill River in the springtime.
2. Silver Lake Park, Dover
Grab takeout at one of Dover's many restaurants and walk down to Silver Lake Park, where you can sit by the lake and stroll through the trees after you eat.
3. Bellevue Hall, Wilmington
Historic Bellevue Hall is more than just a pretty mansion - you can explore acres of land in the park. The walking path takes you to some scenic locations for your picnic adventure.
4. Lums Pond State Park, Bear
Lums Pond is a popular spot for a picnic in Delaware, because it's a little bit of an oasis in an otherwise crowded area of the state. Enjoy the park's amenities while you enjoy a great picnic lunch.
5. Trap Pond State Park, Laurel
Trap Pond is great for a picnic on the water! Paddle out to the Bald Cypress Trees and unpack your lunchbox for a Kayak or Canoe lunch.
6. Killens Pond State Park, Felton
Killens Pond offers so much to Delaware residents, including an outdoor water park, but the many picnic spots make this a winner for sure.
7. The Green, Dover
The Green is another popular spot for a picnic in Delaware, because you're so close to some of the best restaurants in Delaware. Order your meal to go and enjoy the beautiful weather and people watching.
8. Indian River Inlet / Delaware Seashore State Park
Picnics on the beach are my favorite, and Delaware Seashore State Park is a wonderful spot to bring a group for a great picnic!
9. Fenwick Island State Park
Fenwick Island is another wonderful Delaware State Park where you can escape the usual beach crowds for a great meal on the beach.
10. Glasgow Park, Newark
Glasgow Park is perhaps Delaware's best kept secret, and it's a great spot to bring kids. There's a wonderful playground to keep the whole family occupied before you settle down to have a snack.
11. Brandywine Creek State Park, Greenville
Brandywine Creek State Park is gorgeous year-round, and the picnic tables you'll find here are perfectly placed along the pretty trails.
12. White Clay Creek State Park, Newark
White Clay Creek is another one of Delaware's best kept secrets, right outside of Newark. Hike for a bit before finding a little picnic grove for your lunch adventure.
We’re so lucky to have a state that’s full of natural beauty. If you’re looking to get a bit off the beaten path, you might want to plan a whole weekend away in the
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