Ontario Fall Getaways: Picnics in the Park

A woman sitting on a blanket with a spread of delectable treats to enjoy on a picnic in the park.

A woman sitting on a blanket with a spread of delectable treats to enjoy on a picnic in the park.

There’s something to be said about finding the ideal location, packing your favourite lunch items, and setting up a tranquil picnic in the park. The comfortable and crisp fall weather near Port Severn lends itself to a dynamic array of seemingly endless options for an autumn picnic. As we begin to reimagine our dining practices, more travellers are opting for throwing down blankets or clothes on picnic tables, lush grass, or sandy beaches in lieu of visiting restaurants. If you’re not interested in preparing your meals, you can always order take out. While Rawley Resort offers in-room dining delivery, we encourage you to take advantage of the numerous parks and green spaces that surround our slice of paradise. 

Picnics in the Park: A Quintessential Port Severn Experience

With it’s ideal proximity to some of the best parks and beaches in the area, Rawley Resort provides unfettered access to several beautiful off-site locations. In addition to the local attractions, we have an on-site picnic area equipped with grills and convenient outdoor seating. As much as we appreciate our guests taking advantage of our amenities, we think it’s essential to explore the area to immerse yourself in our gorgeous locale. With that in mind, we’ve put together a briefing on where to go for a picnic in the park near Port Severn. 

Georgian Bay Islands National Park

A happy family enjoying a picnic in the park.Georgian Bay Islands National Park is a regional treasure that boasts the largest freshwater archipelago. This iconic Ontario mainstay plays an integral role in providing residents and visitors with a place to enjoy and admire windswept pine stands and wave sculpted granite shores that exemplify the region. With numerous picnic sites scattered across Bone and Beausoleil Islands, there’s no need to worry about finding the right spot for a picnic in the park.

Centennial Park in Orillia

This seven-acre park on the serene shores of Lake Couchiching is considered the crown jewel of the Orillia parks system, incorporating the Port of Orillia, which features a rustically elegant boardwalk. Throughout the park, pathways supply a great way to work up an appetite or walk off a full belly. With sizable washroom facilities and numerous sheltered picnic tables, this makes for a perfect spot for a family picnic in the park. 

Port Severn Park

Seemingly right in our backyard, Port Severn Park is nestled on a picturesque peninsula overlooking Yellowhead Island. Accessible by boat or canoe, this Local staple features a picnic pavilion, playground, paved pathways, and boat docking stations. In addition to the ample picnic space, Port Severn Park also showcases the Bressette Homestead Museum and Lockmaster’s House. 

Fall Getaways to the Best Resort in Ontario

Whether you’re looking for a spacious suite, exquisite terrace, or a waterfront loft, Rawley Resort has an eclectic assortment of luxury accommodations. Whether you are a romantic couple seeking a retreat or a family looking for an idyllic home away from home, we have you covered. For more information on how we may facilitate your Ontario getaway, please visit our website or call 705-538-2272.

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