July is National Picnic Month!
When is the last time, you just spread out a blanket, with all your favorite eats, your favorite beverage,or maybe a bottle of wine and just enjoyed the sights and sounds of the outdoors. . .
Life gets so hectic, and busy,sometimes, it is hard to enjoy the simple things, like a good old fashioned picnic.
According to a post, on the website, www.countryliving.com, some great places to enjoy a picnic, are the Golden Gate Bridge and the San Francisco skyline at Hawk Hill,
New York City's Central Park, and Town Point Park, which is located in Norfolk, Virginia. Sunset Bay State Park in Coos Bay, Oregon is a nice place to sit right along the water.
Maybe, you have been to Michigan’s Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, a popular spot with over 72,000 acres of land for picnicking. Also, the Mammoth Cave National Park in Kentucky can be an enjoyable location.
Do you have any special picnic spots right here in Rochester? How about Silver Lake, Chester Woods Park, Oxbow Park, Essex Park, or Quarry Hill!
Find a blanket, some food and beverages, bug spray, sunscreen and head out for a picnic adventure today!