Twenty Great Metro Detroit Picnic Spots
Picnics are a great way to spend time outdoors with your family. Whether you want to pack an elaborate picnic, do a pack your own adventure, or eat carry out at your destination, we have a great list of metro Detroit picnic locations for you.
A Perfect Fall Metro Detroit Picnic
Grab a blanket, pack your lunch, then head over to some of the best cider mills in Metro Detroit. Fall cider together with fresh donuts are a beloved Michigan tradition. Two of our favorite places to visit include Franklin Cider Mill in addition to Yates, both provide an opportunity to enjoy your picnic by a creek.
A Lakeside/Water View Picnic
Likewise, metro Detroit has a plethora of beautiful lakefront parks that are perfect for your next picnic. Some of our favorites include Stony Lake Park in Oxford, Bay Court Park in Independence Township, and also Belle Isle in Detroit.
You may also enjoy:
Robert C. Valade Park in Detroit
Lake St. Clair Metropark in Harrison Township
Independence Oaks County Park in Clarkston
Spencer Park in Rochester Hills
Walter and Mary Burke Park in New Baltimore
Edsel and Eleanor Ford House in Grosse Pointe Shores
A Metro Detroit Garden Picnic
Maybe your dream picnic includes being surrounded by flowers together with nature? If so you will love Lafayette Greens, Innovation Hills Park, or Vanhoutte Farms.
You may also like:
Red Oaks Nature Center
Maybury State Park in Northville
E.L. Johnson Nature Center in Bloomfield Hills
Lloyd A. Stage Nature Center in Troy
Play Play Play
If your dream picnic includes plenty of space for the kids to play, then you will love these metro Detroit parks. A few of our favorites include Booth Park in Birmingham, Fort Fraser, as well as Rochester Municipal Park.
Other equally great places to visit:
Ford Field Park in Northville
Inglenook Park Southfield
Scarlet’s Playground at Dodge Park in Commerce Township
Riverside Park in Auburn Hills
Centennial Universal Access Playground in Ann Arbor