Lauren Meir

Lauren Meir

created on May 8, 2012

4.78 with 368 votes
    Make sure it's in a place you are allowed to be, such as a public campground or park.
    Bring a light jacket in case of wind or unexpected rain.
    This is to provide shade from the sun.
    For both hands and any equipment that might get dirty.
    If you are picnicking until evening.
    If you have any large bowls or containers to clean, it's good to have.
    In case there is no public restroom, or the facilities don't have enough toilet paper.
    Band-Aids, antibiotic ointment, and ;alcohol ;swabs are essential to have in case of minor injuries.
    These be filled with a variety of meats, cheeses and extras. Easy to pack and eat with virtually no clean-up involved.
    Granola bars, trail mix, dried fruit and nuts are good for sweet snacking.
    Regular mixed greens, cole-slaw and potato salad are all picnic favorites.
    Cut up carrot sticks, peppers, cucumbers and other vegetables for snacking and dipping.
    Bring packets of mayo, ketchup, mustard, salad dressings.
    For dessert and all day snacking, fruits like watermelon will also keep you hydrated throughout the day.
    If your picnic spot is at a park or location with trails for these purposes.
    Go for a walk or hike. Dress appropriately!
    For ;leisurely ;picnic reading and relaxation.
    For the artistically inclined.
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Spring, summer and fall are all perfect seasons for picnicking. It's a fun, tasty, cost-effective way to enjoy the season with the people you care about most. Whether your picnic is with family, friends, or a romantic meal for two, our picnic checklist has you covered.


  • Bring extra clothing for each family member in case it gets cool.
  • Don't leave trash on the ground, including any food scraps.
  • Picnicking after dark? Bring flashlights or glow sticks. Wear light-reflective clothing.
  • Don't wander into wooded areas after dark, especially if you don't know your way around.
  • If you're bringing a dog, don't forget the leash. Bring a water dish, food, and a toy to keep your pet entertained.

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