picnic ground


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Noun1.picnic ground - a tract of land set aside for picnickingpicnic ground - a tract of land set aside for picnicking
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As the time passed, I worked as boy-helper on an ice-wagon, set up pins in a bowling alley with a saloon attached, and swept out saloons at Sunday picnic grounds.
End-of-the-world aesthetics aside, the old plaza makes for a perfect picnic ground.
Derwentside District Council and Durham Police were in dispute over the cancellation of Allensford Show, on a picnic ground just off the A68 near Consett, County Durham.
Dozens of officers were yesterday searching the area around the wrecked van and a picnic ground where it was first spotted.
The 20-acre plot at Essington is expected to be used by families and their children as a play area and picnic ground following Peter Vernon's gift.
ABOUT IDLEWILD & SOAKZONE - Founded in 1878 as a picnic ground along the Ligonier Valley Rail Road, Idlewild & SoakZone (www.
Brookfield wanted that piece of land because it included Point of Pines, "a recreation center and picnic ground much frequented by Brookfield people for years.
Or perhaps the secret WMD picnic ground is in Syria with the other 5 million Iraq war refugees?
Today's visitors aren't allowed to eat anything within the Place of Refuge, but a wonderful picnic ground can be reached on a short dirt road to the south.
The group majority then made a formal recommendation to the Forest Service that the lower portion of the road next to the creek be closed, with the remaining portion open as access to a private inholding and a Forest Service picnic ground.
Founded in 1878 as a simple picnic ground along the Ligonier Valley Rail Road, Idlewild & SoakZone (www.
Forest Service's Broken Bowl Picnic Ground on Fall Creek Road.