The Great Places for a Picnic in New York
Brooklyn Bridge Park
Brooklyn Bridge Park is a 1.3-mile, 85-acre East River post-industrial sustainable waterfront park. It's one of New York City's most Instagrammable picnic places with city vistas.
The park has great food, sports, beaches, hills, and gardens. Picnic baskets are tempted by its waterfront facilities. Umbrella-covered hibachi grilling. Picnic on repurposed wood tables.
Ford Foundation Atrium
The peaceful 12-story glass atrium, clothed in thick greenery, contrasts with the surrounding towers.Gardenias, magnolias, and ferns adorn the subtropical garden.
The city is calmed by the sound of water from a tiny center pool and trees.If you don't bring a picnic, stop at Grand Central Market on the way in.
Central Park Gothic Bridge
The world's best park, Central Park, is also a terrific picnic area. A bridge across Bridle Path leads to the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir in Central Park.
Three cast iron and steel bridges surround the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir in Central Park, including the Gothic Bridge. Its neo-Gothic design makes it a lovely picnic spot.
Prospect Park saved my Brooklyn life. I find refuge in nature, especially in major cities, because I grew up in Montana.Prospect Park features plenty of toilets
space even when it's crowded, and grills for summer meals.There are various pathways that feel empty, so you can enjoy nature in peace.
Fort Tryon Park
Fort Tryon Park in Upper Manhattan's Washington Heights and Inwood neighborhoods is an alternative to downtown parks.Fort Tryon has multiple entrances, but the finest picnic places are uphill.
From Manhattan's second-highest point, you'll be rewarded with stunning vistas.Bring a blanket if you want to picnic on the grass, although the paved pathways include benches for viewing the Hudson River.
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