I think we all agree that we love spending time with our significant other. But sometimes, in the routine of life or in the midst of a Netflix binge it can be hard to think of fun and exciting things to do together! But don’t worry I’ve got your back with 35 summer date ideas! These ideas are categorized based on mood so no matter how you are feeling there is a fun idea for you!
When you want an adventure:
Hiking at a national park
Tandem bike riding (we love this one)
Rollerblading down the boardwalk
Rock climbing (at a gym or in nature)
Biking and brunching
When you want to go out:
Head to an amusement park
Watch a movie in the Park
Find a free concert in your area
Grab drinks and appetizers during at rooftop bar or restaurant
Spend the day at the aquarium or zoo
Get a meal at a food trucks
See a movie at a drive-in theatre
Spend a day near water whether that’s the beach, the lake or the river
When you want to be chill but still do something:
Host a bonfire + make smores
Get burgers and shakes
Ride a Ferris wheel
Play boccie ball at the park
Check out your local Farmers Market (extra fun when you get lunch there too!)
Have a Beer tasting at home or a brewery
Watch the sunset from the hood of your car
When you just want to chat:
Brew a cup of tea at home or head to your favorite coffee shop and talk about:
Freedom – What is true freedom? When do you feel the freest? When do you feel free to be yourself?
Themes of summer – What are the first things you think of when you hear the word summer? Summer is a time of hard tending and pruning, what are some things you think you need to prune from your life so you can grow? Summer is also a time of simple joys – what are little things you find joy in?
Fathers – Talk about good memories you have with your dad. Share about the kind of father you want to be. Who is a father you admire?
Summer Memories – share some of your favorite summer memories when you were a kid.
Summer traditions – did you have any summer traditions growing up? Are there any you’d like to establish?
When you want to say in:
Make popsicles from fresh fruit
Lay in the back yard and Star Gaze
Have a slow dinner outside and play games
Have a picnic in the back yard and the cloud watch
Have friends over to BBQ
Make ice cream at home
Watch a Planet Earth Documentary
I hope these 35 summer date ideas helps you connect with the person you love most!
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