Picnicking in Niagara
A picnic lunch is the perfect way to spend a hot afternoon or a mild day. The Niagara Region has an abundance of parks and spaces to give your picnic the perfect setting. Whether it’s romance or completing a perfect day, Niagara has it all.
Located in the heart of St. Catherine’s Downtown core, this park is famous for its annual Grape and Wine Festivals. Its lush green space was designed by Frederick Law Olmstead in 1887. Montebello Park will surely compliment your red and white checkered picnic blanket. Montebello Park also makes an amazingly beautiful pitstop in all of your Downtown St. Catherine’s activities.
Queenstons Heights Park:
A picnicker’s hotspot, Queenston Heights Park is known as the birthplace of Canada. Complete with a baseball field, soccer field, splash pad, barbeques and playgrounds, this park turns an average picnic into a mid summer’s afternoon dream. You will surely be able to enjoy all that the park has to offer.
Charles Daley Park and Beach
Switch out that red and white checkered blanket for a beach towel at Charles Daley Park and Beach. With over 22.5 acres of waterfront and lush green space to stretch your legs, you won’t be disappointed! If you’re a nature lover, this picnic spot is for you.
Burgoyne Woods Park
Sometimes your outings just aren’t complete without a man’s best friend. At Burgoyne Woods Park you let your dog roam free in the “dog park” area. This park is perfect for the family and those who love taking the beaten path. There is no doubt that you can enjoy Burgoyne Woods Park at any time of the year!
Whatever your picnic style is, Niagara will always have a park for you. Picnicking truly adds a special touch to your meal and a much needed break from the excitement of all the local attractions Niagara Falls has to offer!