There’s a reason that people love picnics: they’re an excuse to spend time with friends and family outdoors and enjoy the great outdoors. Picnics, even on cold days, can be a great way to spend time together, but you’ll need a few extra supplies to stay warm and cozy.
Here are some tips for packing your picnic basket for your next outdoor adventure:
To keep things fresh, pack foods that don’t need refrigeration, like sandwiches, fruits or veggies. Bring extra layers of clothing so you can adjust as the temperature changes during your outing.
Stay Warm and Cozy
Bring blankets or towels to sit on if there isn’t any grass nearby. You can also bring folding chairs if you want extra comfort while you eat. The ground may be uneven or wet from melting snow, so having something soft to sit on will make eating more enjoyable.
Delicious Warm Treats
Bring along hot chocolate or other warm beverages to sip while enjoying the scenery around you. Consider bringing along a small propane stove instead of using an open fire if it’s legal where you’re going; this will help keep your food warm and free up space in your basket so that it doesn’t overflow with too much food!
Best Picnic Spots
Want a picnic but don’t want to deal with the hassle and time it takes to set one up? We were in Los Angeles and noticed an incredible luxury picnic on the beach set up. Consider hiring professional picnic vendors at Best Picnic Spots, where you can browse vendors that provide picnics in Colorado as well as pop-up picnics across the United States, LA, Bay Area, SF, and more.
Warm, cold, or in the middle; picnics are a great way to enjoy the outdoors with friends and family.