It’s always fun to pack a picnic and head to the park to enjoy a meal in the great outdoors. North Texas is seeing perfect spring weather finally after the long winter, so it’s a great time to start getting outdoors more. A cheap and fun way to do so is to take a picnic to one of the great areas in town designed for just that. Whether you want to be surrounded by the flowery countryside or within urban cityscape, here is a look at the perfect locations for your DFW picnic.
Addison Circle Park – 15650 Addison Road, Addison
Addison Circle Park is the site of large events like festivals and concerts, but when it’s not, it’s a beautiful, quiet area to hang out. It’s a popular picnic spot because it is 300,000 square feet of fields, trails and fountains along with awesome amenities like the covered pergola and pavilion. Listen to the sounds of the city from a peaceful, tranquil park such as Addison with your picnic and sunshine.
Fort Worth Water Gardens – 1502 Commerce Street, Fort Worth
Check out the beautiful Fort Worth Water Gardens surrounded by downtown buildings and the bustling city. You’ll love the sounds of the flowing water in the urban hotspot for picnics. The natural facilities are great including the forest, the lake and waterfalls, the mountains and the canyons. Dip in the pool after lunch choosing from the Active Pool, the Quiet Pool and the Aerating Pool.
Dallas Arboretum-Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden – 8525 Garland Road, Dallas
One of the most obvious locales for picnics is the Arboretum in Dallas. There is beautiful flowers and landscaping plus an adventure for the kids. Bring food and coolers while you visit and walk around discovering the beauty of the garden.