USA

Michigan

Michigan is a state surrounded by wildlife, making it the perfect location for outdoor dating activities. It’s bordered by four of the Great Lakes, and has more than 11,000 inland lakes. According to the Michigan Historical Society, at any given time, a person on Michigan soil is never more than 9.6 kilometres from an inland lake. Take your date for a camping trip to Sleeping Bear Dunes National Park, embark on a sailing adventure along Lake Huron’s shoreline, swim in stunning turquoise waters of Lake Superior at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, or visit the Henry Ford museum for some history and culture. The options for active dating ideas are endless in this beautiful state.

New Jersey

This northeastern U.S. state has more than 210 kilometres of Atlantic Ocean shoreline. A go-to date idea? Take your partner on a romantic stroll along Seaside Heights, one of the most well-known boardwalks in New Jersey. Whether you’re a thrill seeker or a foodie, this boardwalk offers endless activities. If you’re into activities less city-bound, head down the beautiful Delaware River in a tube, go for a romantic ride on horseback, or fly a hot air balloon in Phillipsburg. It’s no secret that New Jersey is a great place to go on active dates.

Vermont

Vermont is a state known for its stunning natural beauty. Most of Vermont is covered in vast forests, making it the perfect location for active dates like hiking, biking, camping, rock climbing, and skiing or snowboarding in the winter. In the warmer months, take your date to the gorgeous Lake Champlain, or navigate the crux of a climbing problem together in Smuggler’s Notch State Park, with caves and 1,000-foot cliffs. Whether you ski or snowboard, take your date on a downhill adventure at Mount Mansfield, Killington an Pico Mountain, or Jay Peak. With so many beautiful natural wonders, there is no excuse not to head out for an active date in Vermont.

New York

New York State has more than 215 state and national parks peppered throughout the region. In the summers, take your date to Long Island to cool off on the beach, canoe across the Finger Lakes, or peer into thundering Niagara Falls from above. Many people use the colder months as an excuse to stay inside—not in New York State. Take your date ziplining at Hunter Mountain on North America’s second largest zipline in the world, embark on a raft or kayak ride down the Hudson River, or explore more than 3,000 ponds and lakes in the Adirondack region.

California

California has some of the most diverse and beautiful topography in the U.S, including cliff-lined beaches, redwood forests, and the massive Sierra Nevada mountains. It’s a perfect place to combine activity and dating. If you’ve never surfed before, this is the place to do it. Although the water temperature is much warmer in the summer, surfing companies can provide you with a thick wetsuit for surfing in the colder months. Out of the water, hike and camp in Yosemite National Park, visit some of the biggest trees in the world at Redwood National State Parks, and go on a rock climbing adventure in Joshua Tree National Park. There is no better way to build a relationship and get closer to your date than a healthy, outdoor activity.

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