Fun double dating ideas

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Bowling is always a fun night out, and if you go during the week you can find somewhere to do it super cheap. Go to a local park and rent a canoe or paddleboards.

You’ll have fun conversations and learn a lot about your partner’s business sense while doing it. I used a version of this tutorial to turn a junky 80’s coffee table into a beautiful beachy one, and it was a simple, fun project to do with another person.

Plan a date around it, and soak in both the music and the summer rays.

Feeling hungry but don’t want to splurge on a restaurant date? Split up into teams and let the dice (and the good times) roll.

You’ll get a list of local farms where you can pick your own produce.

Bingo people are a lot feistier and more interesting than you’d imagine.

Pop some popcorn, cuddle up together on the couch, and start up a movie marathon, a.k.a. Check local listings of open houses and take a look around a dream home that you and your date could never afford.

Head over to a local food market or food festival with your date and snack on some delicious samples. A little tip to make it extra fun and a little saucy? Look online for times that local museums offer free admission (it’s usually in the evening) and roam around with that special someone.

This modern-day real-world treasure hunt is the perfect adventure. Take a dip, make a sandcastle, play a game of beach volleyball, or just totally chill out together while soaking up some sun this summer.

It’s usually a free activity where they play movies in a local park on a giant screen. Figure out who likes it spicy and who likes it with corn added. It can be interesting to learn the names of your local trees and plants that you’ve seen forever but known nothing about. Buy the ingredients for you to both make variations of the same dish and have a cooking competition.

Spend the day filling a bucket up with strawberries and then go home and make strawberry shortcake and/or jam. Most communities have some form of “movies in the park” going on in the summer months. Go to a nature center on a day when they are doing some kind of guided tour. Get a laptop out and dream up a bucket list of places you’ll visit and things you’ll do when you win.

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