Picnicking

Maggie Daley Park

The unique and beautiful Maggie Daley Park, which is connected to Millennium Park by the graceful, BP Bridge, designed by Frank Gehry. Maggie Daley Park features indoor and outdoor activities consisting of a playground, field house, tennis court, ...

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Gillson Park

Gillson Park is located in the Wilmette, IL park district. Gillson Park features Gillson Beach, Swimming, Lakeview Center, Sailing, Sailboat Rentals, Lighted Tennis Courts, Softball, Fitness Course, Picnic Areas, Picnic Shelter, Tot Lot, Wallace Bowl, Lighted Ice Rink, and a Dog Beach for their visitors. Lakefront Conditions (recorded information): 847-256-0333 Beach House: 847-256-9660 Lakeview ...

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Dunhamtown Forest and Joshua's Trust

Dunhamtown Forest and Joshua's Trust is a 226-acre ridge and valley preserve. It offers hiking and picnicking amongst historical trails and ...

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Albert E. Moss Sanctuary

Albert E. Moss Sanctuary is a natural 135-acre area between South Eagleville Road and Birchwood Heights Road. Albert E. Moss Sanctuary offers hiking, picnicking, and ...

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Schoolhouse Brook Park

In 1957, Schoolhouse Brook Park was established after the town purchased 100-acres of land from a local farmer. Today visitors can enjoy hiking, swimming (Bicentennial Pond), mountain biking, cross-country skiing, canoeing, fishing, and of course picnicking in the middle of their towns ...

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Shelter Falls Park

Shelter Falls Park is a 73-acre park located in Mansfield, CT. With picnicking and hiking visitors are even able to enjoy it's beauty through calming activities. Shelter Falls Park also has connection to the University of Connecticut's North Eagleville Tract to the south and to the bike path along ...

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Merrow Meadow Park

Merrow Meadow Park is a 33-acre park located in Mansfield, CT along the Willimantic River. Merrow Meadow Park links north of the Coventry Riverview Trail across the river and south to the Spring Manor Trail and Mansfield Depot. Merrow Meadow Park features fishing, hiking, canoeing, and picnicking for its ...

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Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park

184.5 miles of adventure at Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park! As a historical dream passage to Western wealth, Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park features walking trails, biking, picnicking, and more. Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park is known for bringing its visitors back everyday ...

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Emily Mic...
How do I go about adding a park near me?
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Hi Emily,


Thank you for reaching out to us! If your're looking to add a park near you please reach out to partners@americanparknetwork.com directly. They'll be happy to help. 

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Out of these parks: Zion, Bryce, Arches and Canyonlands - which are recommended for traveling with our dog?
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Hi,

Thank you for reaching out to us! To answer your question, none of the parks you listed (Zion, Bryce, Arches, and Canyonlands) are recommend for traveling with dogs. If they are brought on park grounds however, they always need to be on a lease (6 feet in length) and can be out on park camping grounds, paved roads, picnic areas.

 

Enjoy your adventure!

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