This is the time of year we want to be outside. To soak up the warm sun and feel the cool breeze graze our skin, we just can’t get enough of summer in New England.

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What’s a better way to enjoy your time this summer than to enjoy a picnic in one of these beautiful areas? Grab your friends and family and enjoy a lunch by the water. Or surprise your significant other with a bottle of wine, a picnic basket, and the sunset at one of these gorgeous places.

Here is a list of wonderful areas to enjoy the outdoors and have some fun this summer! 

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Keep reading to see if your favorite beach town made the cut.

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