picnic area


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Noun1.picnic area - a tract of land set aside for picnickingpicnic area - a tract of land set aside for picnicking
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Announcement of competition: National Tourist Route Hardanger- Skjervet- picnic area, toilet and nature walks
Set within 15 acres of woodland, this family run park is a haven for wildlife and boasts woodland walks, a pond and picnic area.
HELPING hands are sought to spruce up a picnic area.
30am tomorrow from Broompark picnic area, between Stonebridge and Ushaw Moor, west of Durham City.
LAND once used as a dumping ground will be transformed into a beauty spot thanks to a funding package that will see new trees, shrubs and a picnic area.
Friends of Errington Wood, an independent voluntary organisation improving the woodland habitat and facilities for visitors, has been awarded almost pounds 50,000 from the Community Spaces programme for access improvements at the picnic area entrance to Errington Wood in New Marske.
One of the many ways National Naval Officer Association (NNOA) Tidewater Chapter provides annual monetary scholarships to locally deserving graduates is by working the Picnic Area at the Norfolk Tides (Minor League) Baseball games held at Harbor Park in downtown Norfolk, Va.
A FISHING and picnic area on the banks of the River Ely in Cardiff Bay will be unveiled today.
New Pleasureland's managing director also said he will grass over where the historic River Caves ride once stood and transform it into a picnic area.
You will also enjoy a delicious alfresco four-course lunch for two supplied by Carluccio's in the Tattenham picnic area along with two Grandstand Enclosure tickets.
VOLUNTEERS are teaming up with a community arts group to clean up a popular picnic area in Solihull.
LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE -- A squirrel trapped at an Angeles National Forest picnic area has tested positive for bubonic plague, prompting county health officials to take precautions against the deadly disease.