10 Free Date Activities in the Great Outdoors


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Nighttime Fun
The glow of bright city lights can provide a romantic background for your date.
The glow of bright city lights can provide a romantic background for your date.
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Outdoor dates don't always have to take place during the day. Nighttime provides plenty of free date opportunities. Start by taking a blanket to a park, field or overlook and watch the sunset together. Once the sun slips over the horizon, lie down on your blanket and watch the stars come out. You can help each other spot different constellations and planets, and wish on shooting stars. Special astronomical events like meteor showers can create a special feel to the date and make it memorable.

Nighttime walks can also be extremely romantic because the darkness acts like a security blanket, allowing you to share a lot with each other. Just take a flashlight with you, and don't go anyplace where you might get easily lost.

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  • Punjabi, Rajul. "The Joy of Flex: Exercise Better Together." YourTango.com. (Oct. 1, 2010) http://www.yourtango.com/2007293/the-joy-of-flex-2.html
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  • Wong, Kristina. "Recession Dating 101: Cheap Date Ideas." ABC News. April 27, 2009 (Oct. 1, 2010) http://abcnews.go.com/WN/story?id=7439539&page=1

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