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You Can Share The Cutest Summer DIY Picnic At This Dreamy Ontario Motel

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Ontario Picnic Spots At The June Motel Are The Dreamiest Day Out This Summer

Grab your baskets and sunhats! If you’re looking for Ontario picnic spots to liven up your summer, then look no further. The famous June Motel in Prince Edward County has the sweetest picnic package and you’re going to want to share it with your bestie. 

The newly launched DIY Picnic package is a re-imagining of the motel's popular Bohemian Forest Dinner

All you have to do is pick up food from your favourite takeout spot and The June will handle everything else. 

Your package includes accommodation at the motel, one bottle of local wine, an Instagram-worthy table setting with disposable cutlery, a centrepiece, a citronella candle, and a picnic bag for you to keep. 

And if that isn't enough, your meal will take place in a dreamy one-acre forest area behind the motel, complete with tables and twinkle lights to really set the vibe.

And if you haven’t yet eaten your way through Prince Edward County, don’t sweat it.

The June has compiled a list of delicious local restaurants that offer takeout to make your decision even easier.

If that doesn’t get your mouth watering, we don’t know what will.

So get ready to fill your basket with sun, fun and rose this summer.

The DIY Picnics will be available from July 3 until October 11, and according to The June, the package is best enjoyed at sunset.

Food options range from wood fire pizzas to fried chicken and numerous tasty sammies in between. 

Prices for the package start at $235 per night, which isn't too shabby when you consider what a dream this motel truly is. 

This gorgeous motel has become a staple of Prince Edward County and it is the wine oasis we all desire.

And if you can't get enough of this place, be sure to keep your eyes peeled to the company's website for updates on their new Sauble Beach location as well.

DIY Picnic @ The June Motel

Price: $235

When: July 3 to October 11, 2020

Address: 12351 Loyalist Pkwy., Picton, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can enjoy a magical DIY picnic under twinkling lights to make the most of your summer. 

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