As summer progress and the days become warmer, there’s no better way to enjoy the outdoors than going out and having a relaxed picnic with friends and family. Clark Field Pampanga’s stunning sights and peaceful locations make for excellent picnic spots. Here are some incredible picnic parks that, depending on your needs, might be the ideal location for your next picnic:
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For Nature-Lovers and Health Buffs
The Bicentennial Park is the perfect spot for wildlife lovers, picnickers, and those who just want to unwind since it is surrounded by big acacia trees and rich greenery. It is located behind the CDC headquarters on Jose Abad Santos Avenue, near Fort Stotsenburg. The park is an excellent location for leisure, photoshoots, themed parties, and social events. A playground and a basketball court are provided for everyone. There’s also a man-made lagoon for those who wish to try their hand at fishing with equipment available at the venue. The public can also jog, ride bicycles, and participate in fitness routines such as Yoga and Zumba on the park’s grounds.
For a Relaxed Family Bonding Session
If you are looking for a place wherein you and your loved ones can bond without dealing with too many complications such as too many people, lack of space, or dirty surroundings then the Clark Picnic Grounds may be the place for you! It is located near the Clark Mabalacat exit gate, a few meters away from the Clark International Speedway Circuit and Dinosaur Island theme park. This Picnic Ground is an interesting picnic park to visit because it is clear to see that it is perfect for the whole family, no matter how large your group is. It is known for its more casual and quiet picnic area, combined with its scenic view of greenery. It offers a wide space that can be used for family picnics, photoshoots, team building, group/obstacle games, family events and group parties, biking, or even horseback riding.
For An Educational And Productive Picnic Park Visit
If you are a history buff or an aviation fan, the Air Force City Aircraft Park should be your next Picnic destination. Several aircraft from the Philippine Air Force’s inventory are on exhibit. Visitors may board a Huey helicopter, pretend to be a fighter pilot with the Northtop F5, or take a selfie in front of the beautifully painted T-33 Shooting Star. The large space allows for play for children and relaxation for adults; this, together with their distinctive exhibits, may make for an unforgettable experience! The park is on Andres Bonifacio Avenue. Clarkfield is the Clark Freeport Zone.
For A More Modern Picnic Park Experience
Clark Parade Grounds is another name for the Clark Development Corporation Parade Grounds (CDC PG). It is the most well-known and often visited picnic spot in the Clark area. It accommodates sports tourism events and football games, as well as leisure activities like running and cycling. A 2.2 km (1.4 mi) long and 2 m (6.6 ft) wide rubberized jogging route runs around the parade grounds. It also has football facilities if that is what you are looking for.