Whether you’re looking for a quiet, romantic spot for two or plenty of room for the kids to roam, Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches has some of the most beautiful picnic spots around. Grab a blanket and a basket—or schedule a fancy set-up with a local company like Lavish Honey Picnics for a luxurious experience.

Here are some of the best places for a picnic in Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches:

Bing’s Landing: Covered with sprawling trees, Bing’s Landing provides plenty of shade on a sunny Florida afternoon. The eight-acre park county park has plenty of amenities: picnic pavilions, tables, and grills. There’s also a playground so kiddos can burn off energy. Don’t forget to visit the archeological dig and view remnants of the Mala Compra Plantation.

Princess Place Preserve: Impressive views, lush foliage, and wildlife—just some of the reasons why we love picnicking at this county park. Spread a blanket in a shady spot to enjoy your lunch, then hike one of several trails. There’s also plenty of history to explore—a historic lodge, stable, and the first in-ground swimming pool in Florida.

Bay Drive Park: While there are plenty of beautiful beachfront spots for a picnic in Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches, our favorite location is Bay Drive Park. Enjoy your snacks on a blanket in the sand or make your way to the pavilion, where you’ll find a covered observation deck and picnic tables. Soak up incredible views and ocean breezes from this amazing vantage point. Be sure to sneak a peek through the viewfinders after you finish eating. For a little post-meal exercise, spend some time hunting for seashells along the shoreline.

Waterfront Park: A serene escape in the heart of Palm Coast, this 20-acre park is positioned along the Intracoastal Waterway. Scout out a picnic table—there are several under covered pavilions—and munch on lunch while boats glide past. Kiddos will enjoy the playground for some post-meal fun; or bring along a pole and drop a line from the fishing pier.