Best dating ideas first date
Whether you live by an ocean or a lake, a day out on the sand is always a calming date spot if the weather's playing along.Soak in some sunshine near the water and as the day draws to a close, take a romantic stroll with the setting sun as an Instagram-worthy backdrop.Come autumn, the age-old cornfield maze is still a classic for your not-so-average cool weather date.
Set up the bumper guards if you want to avoid utter embarrassment or go no-holds-barred for a competitive one-on-one match.
Up the "awww" factor with this classic daytime date at the park.
Gather up your stale bread and feed it to ducks at a pond, then bring along fresh sandwiches and drinks for a park bench lunch next to the water.
And when you finally emerge at the end of the path, you've still got time to snack on cider and apple donuts.
Appeal to your inner child by buying tickets for a carnival. But embrace the cheesiness—share cotton candy, let him try to win you a prize, and ride the Ferris wheel if you've got the stomach for it.
It's a great way to get to know each other while having fun at the same time.
If you've both got an appetite for adventure and you want to undergo the ultimate "survival test to bring you closer together" dating experience, there's nothing quite like being suspended from great heights on a harness while you're clinging for dear life to do it.
Sign up for an hour of dancing lessons where both of you are beginners.
Even if your partner has two left feet, the act of learning a skill will draw you closer together.