Unpack a Spring Picnic at Eastern Regional Park
From the scenic overlooks of Eastern Regional Park, guests can glimpse the gently ebbing waters of Saltpeter Creek and the flora and fauna that rely on it for life. This is just one of the many reasons to pay a visit to the popular local park. You’ll find many other opportunities for outdoor entertainment spread across its 122 acres.
The park plays host to a handful of walking paths that vary in distance and difficulty. If you want to reach the overlooks along the creek, set out for a stroll on the Green Nature Path, which completes a 1.15-mile loop. For a shorter jaunt, traverse the Yellow Loop (0.54 miles) or the Red Loop (0.65 miles). These shorter paths wind through a huge array of athletic areas, from baseball diamonds to soccer fields. The park also boasts an accessible-for-all playground and picnic pavilions, which are open for reservations in the spring and summer.