July is National Picnic Month, so start planning to have as many picnics with your friends as possible. Grab a sandwich from Madison Produce Co. or a pizza from Amici Livery, pack your basket and head on over to these picnic-worthy locales! Here’s our roundup of the best picnic spots in Morgan County:
After enjoying a day in downtown Madison, get take-out from Tickled Pig BBQ and stroll over to Town Park. Lay out a blanket, and enjoy a nice evening by the fountain. Finish your night by walking over to Scoops to cool down with your choice of 30+ flavors of delicious, handcrafted ice cream.
Head over to Rutledge and have a picnic at Hard Labor Creek. You can order food directly from Yesterday’s Cafe or The Caboose. After your picnic, roast some s’mores over a fire, or visit the “Small but Special” downtown of Rutledge to enjoy the arts as patriotic and town hero murals are splashed across buildings downtown.
In the heart of Madison’s Historic District, the front lawn of the Madison-Morgan Cultural Center is the perfect place to have a picnic under the amazing tree canopy and take in the historic homes.
Opened in the summer of 2020, Lambert Park is Madison’s newest greenspace. Grab a to-go order and enjoy dinner on the large green lawn surrounding decades old pecan trees.
Take your picnic out on a boat! Put your boat in the water where (the real) Buckhead meets the banks of Lake Oconee, grab a fishing pole, and spend your day enjoying beautiful, Georgia’s Lake Country.