Have a picnic

The parks and piers that line Boston Harbor offer a variety of pleasant places to stop and have a picnic. From natural beaches and wooded areas, to oases in the urban heart of Downtown, these spots provide seating, shelter, and panoramic views.

East Boston

  • Piers Park
  • Condor Street Urban Wild
  • Belle Isle Marsh
  • Constitution Beach
  • East Boston Greenway
  • Navy Fuel Pier/ Airport Edge Buffer
  • Charlestown

  • City Square Park
  • Boston National Historic Park / Charlestown Navy Yard
  • Building 114
  • Paul Revere Park
  • Shipyard Park
  • Pier 4
  • Schrafft Center
  • Harborview
  • Dorchester

  • Old Harbor Park
  • John F. Kennedy Library and Museum
  • Neponset II Park
  • UMass Boston / Arts on the Point
  • Malibu Beach / Savin Hill Beach
  • Pope John Paul II Park
  • Tenean Beach
  • Neponset River Trail
  • Victory Road Park
  • Downtown/North End

  • Burroughs Wharf
  • Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park
  • Lewis Wharf / Pilot House / Sargent's Wharf
  • Puopolo Park / Langone Park / Mirabella Pool / Steriti Memorial Rink
  • India Wharf / Harbor Towers
  • Battery Wharf/Fairmont Battery Wharf
  • South Boston

  • Castle Island / Pleasure Bay
  • John Joseph Moakley United States Courthouse
  • South Boston Maritime Park
  • Carson Beach
  • Eastport Park
  • Bank of America Pavilion
  • L and M Street Beaches
  • Federal Express
  • NSTAR
  • Deer Island

  • Deer Island HarborWalk
    There are many open areas to spread a blanket and bring a lunch. Although trash barrels are available we encourage people to "Carry-In/Carry-Out" if possible.
  • Fort Point Channel

  • Fort Point HarborWalk and Parks
  • InterContinental Hotel and Residences

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