Your Guide to Summer Picnicking in Breckenridge

By Caitlin Row | Monday, August 12, 2019

Picnicking, whether enjoyed at the end of a hike or at one of the area's beautiful parks, is a favorite Breckenridge endeavor, and packing the ultimate outdoor meal is an art form. Here are some ideas to make your next Breckenridge-area picnic memorable. 

Get Some Goodies

Mom's Baking Co. in Breckenridge makes fresh-baked goods daily, including strudel, pastries and traditional Czech treats. Mom's additionally offers wraps open-faced sandwiches for lunch, along with other savory items that would be enjoyable for takeout Head over to 100 N. Main Street in Breckenridge.

Head to Whole Foods

Whole Foods in Frisco offers an expansive picnic menu, including freshly prepared foods from the deli and lunch bar. Pick up some cheese and crackers, fruit and refreshing sparkling water, along with disposable silverware and napkins. This one-stop-shop for picnic goodies is well worth it. Find it at 261 Lusher Court in Frisco. 

Get Your Sandwiches To Go

Deli Belly's offers a variety of specialty sandwiches, including Reubens, clubs, gyros and more. It's at 275 Main Street in Frisco.

Peppino's Pizza and Subs offers a delicious subs and gyros menu, including the Big Bad Wolf (sweet Italian sausage, onion, green and red peppers, pizza sauce with parmesan and mozzarella) and the Tuscan Turkey (turkey, mayo, pesto, garlic, onion, mushroom, pepperoncini, avocado, mozzarella and tomato). It's located at 610 Main Street in Frisco.

Clint's Bakery and Coffee serves breakfast and bagels downstairs, including a gluten-free bagel. Yum! It's located at 131 S. Main Street in Breckenridge. 

You see, it's easy to take your lunch to go and enjoy it on the trail!

And with that ...

We'll see you in Summit County!

Photo (above): Delectable danish, courtesy of Mom's Baking Co.

About the Author Caitlin Row
Caitlin is a High Country local. She loves to ski, play in the snow (preferably with her dog) and taste all Summit County has to offer.