Montreal is home to some amazing parks. Since this city is so large and urban, it's nice to find a small oasis to escape the noisy, city streets once and a while. Lucky enough, we have so many gorgeous nature parks to do just that! They have amazing fountains, tall trees, small lakes and more!\nIf you've been planning a romantic picnic in the park for your girlfriend, choose one of these amazing parks right here in Montreal. You'll be guaranteed to impress her!\n1. Parc La Fontaine\nNever stop exploring....??? #beautiful #beautifulspot #naturephotography #natureshot #naturelover #natureaddict #greenery #lafontainepark #montrealparcs #nature #canadaview #quebec #montreal #mtlmoment #mtlmoments #mtl #mtlblog #lgphone #lgphotography #lgphotography #lgg3A photo posted by Melvin Lativo Martinez (@melvz6243) on Jun 4, 2016 at 4:59pm PDT\n1619 Québec 138\nLa Fontaine Park is definitely the most romantic park Montreal has to offer. With a gorgeous fountain in the centre of the park, hence the name, it sets the scene for a very beautiful evening.\nSo this park takes care of the romantic setting, now all you have to do is dazzle her with an amazing homemade meal and some candles!\n2. Square Saint-Louis\n?? Un heladito bajo los árboles. Ultimamente no digiero bien los helados, me revuelven el estómago, pero como soy tan masoquista los como ? Y después ➡️????A photo posted by Jackie Rueda (@jackieruedaphotography) on Aug 8, 2016 at 10:24pm PDT\nMontreal, QC\nThis little park is definitely one of the cutest hidden areas in the Plateau. If you walk East on Prince-Arthur you're going to run into this adorable square. It has a gorgeous fountain in the centre, is surrounded by greenery and there's some colourful Plateau houses all around it.\nThe park also features the building pictured above which becomes a cafe/gelato shop during the summer months! So if you don't have the cooking skills, bring your girlfriend here and buy her a coffee and a gelato instead.\n3. Parc du Mont-Royal\nSunset skies over Montréal ✨ • • • #montreal #montréal #quebec #canada #canadian #canada?? #sunset #beautifulworld #city #sunsetsunday #sunset #canadalife #canadagram #iphonephotography #cityscape #citylife #vacation #summer #trip #travel #adventure #parcdumontroyal #frenchcanadian #frenchcanada #pinkskies #sundayfundayA photo posted by KAYLA H. (@kayla.haley) on Aug 7, 2016 at 8:53pm PDT\nRue du Mont Royal\nThis one may already be a no-brainer for most of you, but I just had to mention it. Mont-Royal is an amazing park on top of the hill over-looking the entire city of Montreal. How much more romantic of a setting can you get? Pack a nice meal and spend a few hours watching the sunset go down.\n4. Parc Outrement\nVacances au parc @khloetl ?? (edit de @rabiirammal ) lolllll #lawlifeA photo posted by Francois-X Allaire (@fxallaire) on Aug 2, 2016 at 6:23pm PDT\nSt. Viateur & Avenue Outremont\nThis park is a little smaller than those mentioned above, but just as beautiful. It also has a large fountain, which is the main feature of the park. It is an extremely romantic setting with large willow trees over the water, and bright flowers.\nThis park is sure to impress that special someone!\n5. Parc Maisonneuve\nKiller day for a SweetIQ BBQ! #chezvitoA photo posted by liz333 (@liz333) on Jul 15, 2016 at 10:17am PDT\n4601 Rue Sherbrooke E\nMaissoneuve is an amazing park with views of Montreal's Olympic Stadium. It has an abundance of picnic tables if you and your girlfriend don't feel like sitting on the ground the whole time. It's an urban oasis, located just far enough from the city to enjoy a peaceful dinner just the two of you.\nWith trails and a community garden there's so many things to explore here as well!\n6. Ile de la Visitation\nEvening adventure aka me trying to climb rocks and not dieA photo posted by Alexe (@wonderlexe) on Aug 8, 2016 at 6:08pm PDT\nBoulevard Gouin E\nThis park definitely qualifies as a romantic destination. It's located in Montreal's Rivière des Prairies, and has many places to sit right along the water! You can take a romantic walk down along the water and find a perfect spot to set up camp for a romantic picnic dinner.\n7. Parc Jeanne-Mance\nTHIS face ??#dontleaveme #watermelonface #jojo #canada #montreal #mtl #mtlmoments #quebec #jeannemancepark #summer #postcardsfromjulie #100happydays #day69A photo posted by Julie. (@postcardsfromjulie) on Aug 8, 2016 at 8:46pm PDT\nAv du Parc & Avenue du Mont-Royal\nThis park is prime picnic location. It's located right across the street from Mont-Royal. It features lots of areas for sports, like a giant baseball diamond and beach volleyball courts! So if you and your girlfriend want to double date, bring another couple and play a competitive game of beach volleyball before settling down for a nice meal together.\n8. Parc Jean Drapeau\nEnough Toronto photos. Time to switch back to Montreal-centric content. #montreal #parcjeandrapeau #expo67 #biosphere #montrealphoto #montrealphotography #buckminsterfuller #geodesicdome #icosahedron #theroofisonfireA photo posted by @chhimstagram on Aug 8, 2016 at 10:36pm PDT\n1 Circuit Gilles Villeneuve\nParc Jean Drapeau is a huge park located just a short metro ride away from downtown Montreal. Once you get there you'll see why this park makes the cut. It's so huge and has so many amazing things going on all the time! It has a giant pool, it's own beach, and is home to a festival every weekend of the festival!\nSo if you're looking for a quiet place here, try to avoid this one during the weekends. But during the weekdays it's the perfect romantic spot, with many secluded areas for a picnic!\n9. Rapids Park\nA photo posted by God Is Love (@w_jzm) on Aug 1, 2016 at 1:11pm PDT\nLaSalle, QC\nHave you ever dreamed of eating an amazing picnic meal while watching white water rapids flow by beside you? Well you can at Montreal's Rapids Park! The bike path connects right to downtown, so if you're feeling up for you can enjoy a scenic bike ride along the way to your amazing, final destination!\n10. Jardin Gamelin\nMontreal music festival #picnikelectronik #vacation #montreal #musicA photo posted by Ali Chms (@ali_chms) on Jul 29, 2016 at 1:23pm PDT\n1500 Rue Berri\nMontreal's Jardin Gamelin, features many artistic installations throughout the summer. This year they have the classic, colourful and flowing piece pictured above as well as a terrasse with twinkling lights. This place is home to many summer festivals as well but can also be a nice quiet spot in downtown to enjoy a nice picnic with your special someone!\nAdd mtlblog on Snapchat.