The weather is getting nicer everyday. It gives us a perfect excuse to share our 5 favorite picnic spots around Boston!
Clement G Morgan Park
This newly refurbished this park has everything: basketball courts, a playground, picnic tables and an excellent brand new lawn. Even if it’s quite small, this nice picnic spot is one of the few options t in Cambridge’s mostly lawn-less Central Square neighborhood. One of the best picnic spots around Boston.
Boston Public Garden and Boston Common
Share a snack on a park bench in the Garden, or soak up the sun on the grassy historic Common. Enjoy this true oasis in the middle of the city. You can spread out under a willow tree or get your lounge on in the grass and picnic!
Puopola Park and Langone Park
It’s well known North End is some of the best place to buy some Italian food. So grab some bread, cheese, and meats from one of the neighborhood shops and bring them to one of these two adjacent parks. There are plenty of activities here for kids and a variety of sports fields. Take a seat and enjoy the view. Definitely one of the best picnic spots around Boston!
For this one you’ll need to take a ferry to get there but don’t worry it’s worth the short trip .Long sandy beaches with supervised swimming (if you feel like swimming in the harbor), and nice green summits to picnic and enjoy the view. Ferries leave from Long Wharf in Boston. More information here.
Lewis Wharf It a good place to watch the boats coming and going. Even better is the secret tucked-away herb garden. You’ll have to go looking for the gravel path that leads here, as its almost completely enclosed by greenery. One of the most intimate picnics spots in Boston.