It’s National Picnic day in Monmouth County.
National Picnic Day is an unofficial holiday celebrated annually on April 23rd in the United States. It is a day dedicated to enjoying the outdoors and celebrating the arrival of spring. On this day, people gather with friends and/or family. Not only do they to enjoy a picnic in a park, but also on the beach, or in their own backyard. Picnics often include blankets, sandwiches, fruit, chips, and other snacks. It’s a time to relax, have fun, and appreciate nature. The origin of National Picnic Day are unclear, However, it is believed to have started as a way to celebrate the end of winter and the beginning of spring. Are you ready to celebrate warmer weather ahead?
Places to celebrate Picnic Day:
- There are many beautiful parks and outdoor spaces in Monmouth County, NJ to celebrate National Picnic Day. It’s a great day for ages. Here are a few places to go.
- Thompson Park in Lincroft: This park offers plenty of picnic tables, grills, and open space for a fun picnic. It also has hiking trails, playgrounds, and a lake.
- Seven Presidents Oceanfront Park in Long Branch: This park has a beautiful beach and ocean views. You can also find picnic tables and grills for a seaside picnic, too.
- Allaire State Park in Wall Township: This park has picnic areas, a lake, hiking and biking trails, and historic buildings to explore.
- Holmdel Park in Holmdel: You can enjoy the picnic areas, playground and hiking trail. There is even a historic farmstead to visit.
- Deep Cut Gardens in Middletown: Beautiful gardens and natural beauty surround the picnic area in this park.
Click on the following link for more parks to enjoy picnic day in Monmouth County.
Remember to always check park rules and regulations before planning your picnic, and be sure to follow Leave No Trace principles to help protect the environment.