Saturday, April 19, 2014

6 Spots for Picnicking around Cleveland

Posted By on Sat, Apr 19, 2014 at 9:47 AM

It's picnic season, Cleveland.

And if that statement alone doesn't immediately excite you, think about the fun of breaking away to a local park to eat your lunch, instead of eating another lonely bite at your desk.

Cleveland has loads of great outdoor lunching spots complete with beautiful scenery and non-urban fresh air. So, break out those sandwich baggies and pack a couple of cold drinks, and take a mini-vacation away from the city at one of these spots.

Lake View Cemetery

Yes, it's a cemetery. No, it's not creepy. Lake View Cemetery doubles as a beautiful park, complete with plenty of benches and a big lake. There are also a ton of cool monuments and gravestones to check out, including the impressive Garfield monument.

  • Yelp user Jessica H.

Edgewater Park

Right on the shores of Lake Erie, Edgewater Park boasts a full view of Cleveland's lovely skyline. It's not too far away from the city, and you've got the option of soft grass or warm sand. Maybe dip into the lake for a short swim before your lunch break's over.

  • Yelp user Quinton F.

Wade Park Lagoon

Sandwiched (pun intended) between the Cleveland Museum of Art and Severance Hall, Wade Lagoon is an easy lunchtime destination. Geese and ducks gather 'round the pond, and if you look closely you can find large goldfish under the surface. There are lots of shady areas in the grass, but just be careful where you step.

  • Yelp user Cara L.

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