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State Parks Picnic Locations

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Picnic at a State Park

The most beautiful and well kept wilderness and landscapes are in state parks, which are great places to have a picnic. With a state park, you get it all--great scenery, thickets to play in, picnicking tables to eat at and pit stops along the way. Many state parks also have hiking trails, streams, maps, play areas and tour guides with great information on the local wild life. And if you're looking for a great state park to experience, here are Picnic-Basket.com's suggestions by state.

 


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Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota
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Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire
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Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania
Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota
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West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming



Blue Springs State Park, Alabama

Located 6 miles east of the City of Clio, Blue Springs State Park has an excellent reputation for its clean, well equipped park. At the shore of an underground spring, Blue Springs State Park is unique and an excellent location for activities and camping. The park also has picnic tables, picnic shelters, grills, restrooms, a modern campground, a playground and tennis courts. Of course, there is always hiking on the trails near the park and swimming in the state park's pool.

For a complete list of Alabama State Parks visit: Alabama State Parks.



Crooked Creek State Park, Alaska

In the beautiful open air of Alaska, Crooked Creek State Park is a very popular attraction in the summer. At the park, enjoy camping, sight seeing and fishing in the Kasilof River. Nearby is also Johnson Lake where you can enjoy a crop of salmon or picnic near the water's edge on a blanket in the summer months.

For a complete list of Alaska State Parks visit: Alaska State Parks.



Dead Horse Ranch State Park, Arizona

Never-mind the name because Dead Horse Ranch is a beautiful park with plenty of wide open space. There is ample open picnic space, campgrounds and a ramada for sheltered picnicking. Dead Horse Ranch requires reservations for both amenities but also offers excellent hiking on nearby trails, one of which leads to a beautiful lagoon.

For a complete list of Arizona State Parks visit: Arizona State Parks.



Fool Hollow Lake Recreational State Park, Arizona

In Show Low, Arizona, nestled next to the shore of Fool Hollow Lake is the Fool Hollow Recreational State Park. This beautiful and clean park is a picnicker's paradise and has over 120 camping sites for RV hookups or tents. There is also a dump station and a fish cleaning station for those who wish to fish. Boat ramps make any boating excursion a breeze and the ample picnic tables, grills and gazebos make picnicking more than convenient. For after swimming, there are private showers and restrooms. For the cold season when swimming is not an option, there are still the grassy areas and playgrounds for the kids. Get more information about this amazing park at the Arizona State Park site.

For a complete list of Arizona< State Parks visit: Arizona State Parks.



Daisy State Park, Arkansas

At the gorgeous Daisy State Park in Arkansas, choose from 103 campsites and tent sites for peaceful camping. There are also ample picnic tables and a screened pavilion with restrooms. While on your glorious picnic, the kids can play at the playground and the teens can enjoy a romp with an ATV on any of the many recreational trails at Daisy State Park.

For a complete list of Arkansas State Parks visit: Arkansas State Parks.



Chatfield Hollow State Park, Connecticut

Along the water's rocky edge, enjoy a scenic hike through the many trails in Chatfield Hollow State Park. Explore the Indian caves and steep ledges with amazing views. Better yet, have an amazing picnic in the soft pine woods.

For a complete list of Connecticut State Parks visit: Connecticut State Parks.



Bidwell Sacramento River State Park, California

Just outside of Chico, California is a beautiful river-side retreat known as Bidwell Sacramento River State Park. This park offers beautiful, open picnic grounds, family campsites, fishing, hiking, nature trails, swimming and public restrooms and tables. The park is always well maintained, safe and an amazing opportunity for outdoor fun. Find more information and make reservations on the California State Parks site.

For a complete list of California State Parks visit: California State Parks.



Golden Gate Canyon State Park, Colorado

For a gorgeous experience only 30 miles from Denver, Golden Gate Canyon State Park has amenities like two different campgrounds, clean and pretty picnic sites--some with tables, multiple ponds stocked with fish for fishing and a panoramic sight overlook for a view of over 100 miles of the Continental Divide. Golden Gate also has plenty of facilities for group events like weddings and family reunions. For winter guests, there are cabins for rent and cross-county skiing, snowshoeing, sledding, ice fishing and ice skating are available activities when there is snow. Get more info at www.parks.state.co.us.

For a complete list of Colorado State Parks visit: Colorado State Parks.



Seashore State Park, Delaware

For a beach-style picnic, Delaware Seashore State Park is a great destination. Here, there are two picnic areas with amazing views of the ocean and surrounding dunes, available to the public on a first come-first serve basis. If you have water crafts, there is more than enough shoreline to enjoy activities in the warm weather.

For a complete list of Delaware State Parks visit: Delaware State Parks.



Myakka River State Park, Florida

With a reservation or without, there are wonderful picnic pavilions available complete with picnic tables, grills and trash cans. The beautiful winding river, calm and relaxing is a breathtaking view for your picnic and activities. At Myakka River State Park, you can fish, boat, hike, sight see, canoe and kayak!

For a complete list of Florida State Parks visit: Florida State Parks.



Moccasin Creek State Park, Georgia

At the relaxed and sleepy Moccasin Creek State Park you can fish, boat or bicycle. The park has an amazing panoramic view of the area and is great for tourist photos. Picnic off of a nearby hiking trail or simply go hiking to enjoy the view and soak in the local atmosphere of wildlife and wilderness. Nearby is also the Griffin Island campground with amazing amenities and friendly, family staff.

For a complete list of Georgia State Parks visit: Georgia State Parks.



Kahana Valley State Park, Hawaii

For an exotic adventure of a lifetime, visit Hawaii--more specifically Kahana Valley State Park. This park has a beach lover's heart in mind with swimming, body surfing, camping and the opportunity to view the gorgeous Huilua Fishpond. The entire park is over five thousand acres in size and also offers picnicking areas in the gorgeous coconut grove. For sight seeing, hike through the area's excellent hiking trails and enjoy an Island picnicking adventure.

For a complete list of Hawaii State Parks visit: Hawaii State Parks.



Bruneau Dunes State Park, Idaho

At the Bruneau Duneas State Park in Idaho, you will find the tallest singular sand dune in North America. The dune is 470 feet high and is surrounded by small lakes in its desert backdrop. There is also a lake and a marsh habitat for nature watching. Bruneau Dunes also has the longest camping season in Idaho and cabins are available for cooler weather. Picnicking at the park is a breeze with plenty of clean, open land to choose from. You may also hunt and fish in the park with the proper permits.

For a complete list of Idaho State Parks visit: Idaho State Parks.



Cave-In-Rock State Park, Illinois

Enjoy the high bluffs and shimmery Ohio River at Cave-In-Rock State Park in Illinois. The park was named for the cave that was carved in an amazing rock shaped by the winds. Cave-In-Rock Park offers campsites furnished with firewood and grills. There is also decent parking and amazing picnicking. There are ample shaded picnic tables, trash cans, water fountains, and hydrants to make your picnic memorable and safe. A nearby pond is there for fishing and, of course, the river is also an excellent place to fish. For water sports, there are boating options and launching ramps.

For a complete list of Illinois State Parks visit: Illinois State Parks.



Chain O' Lakes State Park, Illinois

With water sports in mind, Chain O' Lakes State Park is the designation for you. Bordering three natural lakes, and Fox River, there is plenty of water to enjoy water crafts with under a memorable sky. Also known for its wildlife, be prepared to encounter wild rabbits, plenty of squirrels, mink, beaver, opossum and foxes while on the park's bountiful trails. There are also over 200 birds in the area. Camping at Chain O' Lakes can be customized as they have camping areas with different classifications and prices. Some of the wildlife you are likely to encounter within the park are white-tailed deer, rabbits, ground squirrels, chipmunks, mink, opossum, skunks, raccoons, gophers, fox, badgers, beaver, coyotes, and groundhogs. Lastly, visit the park office for information on the area, its trails and the wildlife in the park.

For a complete list of Illinois State Parks visit: Illinois State Parks.



Clear Lake State Park, Iowa

Enjoy the 900' sandy beach while picnicking at Clear Lake State Park. Located on the southeast shore of beautiful 3,643-acre Clear Lake there's something for everyone here with over 10 acres of shaded picnic grounds complete with grills, an open picnic pavillion, camping, fishing and boating! A lodge is located in the picnic area near the beach that features a stove, refrigerator, microwave, and rest rooms along with a rustic fireplace with reservations needed.

For a complete list of Iowa State Parks visit: Iowa State Parks.



Clinton State Park, Kansas

Just west of Lawrence, Kansas is the amazingly gorgeous, 1,500 acre Clinton State Park. Located on the north shore of the Clinton Reservoir, which is known for its clear water and great fishing spots, the park is home to dozens of hiking and biking trails and great wildlife. There are clean picnic areas available for a scenic picnic on a warm blanket or at the available picnic tables. For swimmers there are showers available and for campers the campsites are convenient and safe.

For a complete list of Kansas State Parks visit: Kansas State Parks.



Grayson Lake State Park, Kentucky

For traditional camping, biking, hiking, walking, sight seeing and very pretty picnic sites, Grayson Lake State Park is the perfect place. There is also a launch ramp for boats and showers for swimmers and campers. There is also a dump station, plenty of restrooms, hook ups and water available for convenience.

For a complete list of Kentucky State Parks visit: Kentucky State Parks.



Chicot State Park, Louisiana

For a simply precious picnic in the great outdoors at the water's edge, visit Chicot State Park in Louisiana. Equipped with well manicured grassy areas for picnicking with picnic tables, grills and dump sites. There is also a seasonal pool to swim in and plenty of trails for hiking and walking in the wild. For more great information about Chicot State Park, visit reserveamerica.com.

For a complete list of Louisiana State Parks visit: Louisiana State Parks.



Camden Hills State Park, Maine

In the heights atop Mount Battie lies the beautiful Camden Hills State Park, just minutes north of the city of Camden. The park has campgrounds equipped with restrooms and hot showers. Camden Hills is a great place to really rough it in the wilderness or visit during the day for a clean, simple picnic at any of the picnicking areas or along the trails.

For a complete list of Maine State Parks visit: Maine State Parks.



Assateague State Park, Maryland

For an incredible day at the beach, visit Assateague State Park in Maryland. Between the Atlantic and the Sinepuxent Bay, Assateague State Park offers great swimming, sunbathing, surfing, crabbing and fishing. The area also has great wildlife for sight seeing and beautiful shores for a bright picnic near the water's edge.

For a complete list of Maryland State Parks visit: Maryland State Parks.



Ashland State Park, Massachusetts

Seasonally operated, Ashland State Park is over 470 acres made up of beautiful open land and the Ashland Reservoir. At Ashland State Park, swimming, fishing, bicycling and hiking are popular activities to enjoy. There are also facilities available for glorious picnicking and a pond for pictures and sight seeing. Ashland State Park is also handicap accessible.

For a complete list of Massachusetts State Parks visit: Massachusetts State Parks.



Algonac State Park, Michigan

Algonac State Park is nearly 1,500 acres of majestic prairies and wildlife habitat. The St. Clair River runs through Algonac State Park which is best known for the birds and butterflies that populate the area in spring time. There are trails in the park for hiking and sight seeing but no camping or other amenities.

For a complete list of Michigan State Parks visit: Michigan State Parks.



Banning State Park, Minnesota

In the beautiful country of Minnesota you will find the gorgeous Banning State Park. This park has excellent picnic areas with tables and other amenities as well as popular campgrounds seasonally. At Banning State Park you can canoe, kayak, hike, sight see and ski in the winter months. There is also a camping cabin available which sleeps up to 5. The park is well known for its bird watching sites.

For a complete list of Minnesota State Parks visit: Minnesota State Parks.



Holmes County State Park, Mississippi

For great fun like fishing, roller skating, camping and cabin rentals, visit Holmes County State Park in Mississippi. The park is made up of 2 large lakes and over 88 acres of wilderness. Picnicking is a very popular outdoor activity at Holmes State Park which has excellent dining locations. Autumn is a great time to picnic here with the cooler weather and the glorious colors of the leaves.

For a complete list of Mississippi State Parks visit: Mississippi State Parks.



Big Oak Tree State Park, Missouri

Known for its grand oak trees, Big Oak Tree State Park located in Missouri is an excellent family picnic location. Boating and fishing are popular activities in the park, but the best thing the park offers is the picnic areas. There is one picnic shelter available that has grills, electricity and water for 75 people. It is available with reservations and a small fee, but the best picnicking spots are scattered throughout the park for blanket picnics. Be sure to get out an enjoy the beautiful sights, sounds and smells of the Big Oak Tree State Park in Missouri.

For a complete list of Missouri State Parks visit: Missouri State Parks.



Bannack State Park, Montana

Take a trip into the old west at Bannack State Park in Montana. Literally a ghost town, the remains of this once gold-struck town are available for viewing and observation. Come to Bannack Park for the history but stay for a picnic at the beautiful picnic sites. You can also stay and camp at any one of the many campsites in the park or rent a tipi to sleep in. Toilets are available to all visitors and are available in the visitor center, which is also a plus for the park.

For a complete list of Montana State Parks visit: Montana State Parks.



Niobrara State Park, Nebraska

Outdoor fun in the wild on a river, or two, like the Niobrara and Missouri Rivers, can only be had at Niobrara State Park. This park offers cabins and campsites for camping, RV sites for RV owners and trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding. Beautiful picnicking areas are also available and fishing is great on the fishing bridge. For campers and picnickers, there are restrooms, electricity, water fountains and other amenities available. Reservations are recommended and more information can be found at Niobrara Online Camping & Lodging Reservations.

For a complete list of Nebraska State Parks visit: Nebraska State Parks.



Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada

Just 55 miles northeast of Vegas, is the beautiful, pristine Valley of Fire State Park. At Valley of fire you can hike, bike ride, camp, and picnic, of course at any of the many picnic tables and traveler shelters in the park. There is plenty of local wildlife to see and wondrous rock formations to view created by the incredible winds in Nevada. The park also has group areas and a visitor center for maps and information on the area. For more information visit the parks website at Valley of Fire State Park.

For a complete list of Nevada State Parks visit: Nevada State Parks.



Rye Harbor State Park, New Hampshire

With scenic views of the Atlantic Ocean and Rye Harbor, make your picnic a glorious one at Rye Harbor State Park, New Hampshire. At Rye Harbor, the saltwater fishing is excellent and there are picnic tables and restrooms available to make your stay more enjoyable. You can also rest easy at this beautiful park as the Seacost Region Headquarters is located within the park. For more information about the lovely Rye Harbor State Park, visit travel.yahoo.com.

For a complete list of New Hampshire State Parks visit: New Hampshire State Parks.



Barnegat Lighthouse State Park, New Jersey

Enjoy the unique and quiet experience of a very old tradition in New Jersey. Along the Barnegat Inlet at Barnegat Lighthouse State Park there are convenient picnic tables and two picnic shelters available. There is also saltwater fishing and the park is accessible to those with disabilities. The highlight of this park, however, is the Barnegat Lighthouse which is open daily for viewing so long as the weather permits.

For a complete list of New Jersey State Parks visit: New Jersey State Parks.



Navajo Lake State Park, New Mexico

For a great time and a beautiful desert lake landscape, visit Navajo Lake State Park. There are three recreation areas in Navajo Park and picnicking is a plus here. You can hike on the trails or sight see. The full service marina is great for activities and the visitor's center can provide you with useful information. After a lovely picnic, visit the dam for excellent trout fishing. Clean, maintained campgrounds are available for over night stayers and the park is wheelchair accessible--so is the fishing!

For a complete list of New Mexico State Parks visit: New Mexico State Parks.



Beaver Island State Park, New York

It's not the Big Apple but it's a beautiful park with great services. Beaver Island State Park is located on Grand Island. Here you can enjoy beach side swimming, boat and fishing access at the marina and excellent picnic grounds for a glorious picnic in a lovely setting. There is also a playground for the little ones, an athletic field, disc golf, horseshoe pits and a historical home for your viewing. During the winter, the park offers cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, sledding and ice fishing. Hunting is allowed but only seasonally and by permit.

For a complete list of New York State Parks visit: New York State Parks.



Cliffs of the Neuse State Park, North Carolina

Get it all at the Cliffs of the Neuse State Park, North Carolina. This park offers family camping, great picnic tables and grills, wooded areas for sight seeing, a dump station, water, hot showers and electricity. The picnicking areas themselves have grills and are a convenient comfort station to hungry adventurers. There are also trails for hiking and biking and a park center for recreational activities. Visit the recreation center for additional information on the numerous activities available at Cliffs State Park.

For a complete list of North Carolina State Parks visit: North Carolina State Parks.



Lake Sakakawea State Park, North Dakota

Adjacent to the Garrison Dam is the gorgeous Lake Sakakawea State Park in North Dakota. This lovely park has a full service marina with boat rentals and ramps. There is also a water based recreational facilities with plenty of activities to engage in. Enjoy the convenience of the convenience store and get information on fishing at the fishing guide services inside the park. The picnicking facilities are excellent and have a great view. Lastly, sleeping cabins are available to those who wish to stay over night without roughing it in the campgrounds.

For a complete list of North Dakota State Parks visit: North Dakota State Parks.



Buckeye Lake State Park, Ohio

Once a swampland due to glaciation, Buckeye Lake State Park has a lot of history. When early settlers came to Ohio, there weren't nearly as many lakes as there once were from the changes in the planet. And now, there are even fewer. Beautiful Buckeye Lake remains however, offering ample fishing, swimming and water fowl sight seeing. There are also beautiful picnic areas with tables, grills and other amenities for a great picnic. Buckeye Lake State Park is over 3,000 acres and also offers campgrounds as well.

For a complete list of Ohio State Parks visit: Ohio State Parks.



Beaver's Bend State Park, Oklahoma

In the beautiful country side in Oklahoma you will find Beaver's Bend State Park along the shores of Broken Bow Lake. Mountain Fork River also runs through the park and for overnight guests, there's Lakeview Lodge. Lakeview Lodge has 40 rooms, private decks and are centrally located with easy access to an additional State Park-- Hochatown State Park Lake. Nearby is the Cedar Creek Golf Course where you can golf, hike, bike and travel on the nature trails. Enjoy a game of tennis or volleyball. Go fishing, canoeing, horseback riding or have an amazing picnic at one of the park's many picnic sites. Get it all and maybe even a seasonal festival at Beaver's Bend State Park.

For a complete list of Oklahoma State Parks visit: Oklahoma State Parks.



Tugman State Park, Oregon

Just off of Highway 101, Tugman State Park is like a secret getaway in the luscious forests of Oregon. Tugman is near Eel Lake and offers 115 campsites with electricity, water hook ups and public restrooms. Known for its beautiful lawns, there are many excellent picnic areas and a gazebo picnic shelter as well. Also in the park you can fish, swim, canoe, sail and boat. There's a trail for hikers and bikers and plenty of wildlife to view all over.

For a complete list of Oregon State Parks visit: Oregon State Parks.



Bald Eagle State Park, Pennsylvania

Forests, fields, wetlands and streams make up this majestic park. Named for a plethora of Eagles in the area, Bald Eagle State Park in Pennsylvania is a magical place to picnic and enjoy the outdoors. There are four main picnic areas in the main park but they do close at sunset and need to be reserved. During the hot months, swimming is allowed and there are also areas to boat, hunt and fish in. There are also other activities that the park offers and plenty of information at the state park's website.

For a complete list of Pennsylvania State Parks visit: Pennsylvania State Parks.



Colt State Park, Rhode Island

A picnicker's paradise, Colt State Park has six different picnic groves with over 400 picnic tables within. The lawns are careful manicured and cared for, making picnic areas without tables a great place to plop down on a blanket for a meal. For the kids, there are ten big playgrounds and the trails in the area are great for hiking or bicycling.

For a complete list of Rhode Island State Parks visit: Rhode Island State Parks.



Baker Creek State Park, South Carolina

In the majestic state of South Carolina is the natural and beautiful Baker Creek State Park. At Baker Creek there are two camping areas, each with 50 sites available. For picnics or outdoor events, there is a pavilion near the shimmering lake. Watch the water fowl and wild turkeys while you have a lunch outdoors or walk and hike alongside the water. Fishing is also a great past time while visiting Baker.

For a complete list of South Carolina State Parks visit: South Carolina State Parks.



Custer State Park, South Dakota

For an experience of a lifetime, full of wilderness and adventure, visit Custer State Park in South Dakota! With over 71,000 acres of wild terrain and luscious landscapes, you're bound to run into many different types of wildlife to watch and photograph. Hike up the 7,242 foot Harney Peak or go mountain biking on one of the many trails inside the park. Horseback riding and rock climbing are also popular in Custer State Park and there are plenty of fishing areas. Some who visit the park enjoy jeep rides to see the bison and other large animals that live in the area. If you decide to camp over night, choose any location, whether it's near the water, in a thicket or anywhere else in the park that is unrestricted to guests!

For a complete list of South Dakota State Parks visit: South Dakota State Parks.



Big Ridge State Park, Tennessee

Big Ridge State Park in Tennessee is a heavily forested park made up of almost 3,700 acres. There are 50 campsites furnished with grills, picnic tables, electrical hook ups and public restroom. The view makes the park a picnicker's delight and back country camping is also available in the park. Hiking, sight seeing and family activities are popular at Big Ridge and reservations are necessary.

For a complete list of Tennessee State Parks visit: Tennessee State Parks.



Meridian State Park, Texas

For those who enjoy the great outdoors or have a need to fish, Meridian State Park in Texas is a haven. The park is made of 72 acres and also offers swimming and no-wake boating. There are also plenty of trails in the area for a good hike or walk and a scenic overlook. Picnic wherever you like and have a glorious time in Texas, experiencing an area rich in Native American history.

For a complete list of Texas State Parks visit: Texas State Parks.



Quail Creek State Park, Utah

Have it all at Quail Creek State Park in Utah. Whether you come for a glorious picnic and a view of the gorgeous skyline, or go boating, fishing, camping! Do what it is you love to do in the great outdoors at Quail Creek. Picnic near the water and sight see the many wild animals that populate the area. Take advantage of the modern restrooms and fish cleaning stations. Enjoy yourself in this glorious Utah State Park!

For a complete list of Utah State Parks visit: Utah State Parks.



Ascutney State Park, Vermont

Views, trails and all the traditions of a vacation or trip to the green places on Earth make up the Ascutney State Park in Vermont. Enjoy a beautiful picnic atop the luscious greenery on a flat patch in the park. There is also a small picnic area near amenities and a picnic shelter for events. Visit the fire tower or for a thrilling adventure take yourself hang gliding from the hang gliding launch site.

For a complete list of Vermont State Parks visit: Vermont State Parks.



Natural Tunnel State Park, Virginia

Enjoy the spectacular sights of a natural tunnel and plenty of great amenities at Natural Tunnel State Park in Virginia. Swimming, hiking and interpretive programs are available at the park. Best of all, the picnic sites are gorgeous and there is a visitor's center for information and suggestions. Enjoy the trails in the park and get some great exercise hiking or biking. Camping is available and the park requires fees for some of the options.

For a complete list of Virginia State Parks visit: Virginia State Parks.



Belfair State Park, Washington

Enjoy the beach and saltwater swimming at the glorious Belfair State Park in Washington. Camping is very popular at this particular park, but its best reputation is built on how splendid a picnic here can be. There is a kitchen shelter (no electricity) available on a first come, first serve basis and the site can accommodate plenty of guests. There are also 2 sheltered and 130 non sheltered picnic tables about the park, plenty of restrooms and a dump station.

For a complete list of Washington State Parks visit: Washington State Parks.



Babcock State Park, West Virginia

For over 4,000 acres of breath taking scenery, come to Babcock State Park in West Virginia. There's plenty of fishing to be had here, trout, to be specific. Stay at one of the 52 campgrounds available or have a splendid picnic at a picnic table near the ground grills. There's a bathroom with showers for campers and a coin-operated laundry station for those who stay a bit longer. Take advantage of the free water fill station and dump site. Visit the marina for row boating and other water activities. You're sure to have a great time enjoying Babcock State Park!

For a complete list of West Virginia State Parks visit: West Virginia State Parks.



Pattison State Park, Wisconsin

Waterfalls, a lake and trails! That and much more is available at the Pattison State Park in the beautiful state of Wisconsin. Have a picnic by the water's edge or hike around the area enjoying the great views. Whatever you decide to do, enjoy picnicking and a great time at Pattison State Park.

For a complete list of Wisconsin State Parks visit: Wisconsin State Parks.



Glendo State Park, Wyoming

Shady trees, a gravel shoreline against the lake for boats and breezy sites. At Glendo State Park in Wyoming, you can enjoy beauty while camping, hiking and having fun with outdoor activities including picnicking. Get some of the great outdoors in a roughin' it environment with a cliff side view and a great meal at Glendo State Park!

For a complete list of Wyoming State Parks visit: Wyoming State Parks.



Whichever state park you choose, be sure to pack plenty of food, pre-plan your activities and always carry an emergency kit or first aid kit...just in case. And when you need a great new picnic basket, picnic backpack, picnic cooler set, or unique and lifetime gift ideas to satisfy your picnicking needs, check out our great selection at Picnic-Basket.com.





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