16 Fun summer dates for all couples.
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16 Fun Summer Dates

Summer dates are way better than winter dates.

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16 Fun Summer Dates
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It's FINALLY starting to get nice outside, and you know what that means...we're not going to be stuck in the house or freeze to death every time we go out. If you're anything like me you live for summer, and summer activities. But summer activities are always better with somebody else, especially the person you're dating. So here's 15 fun summer dates that every couple can look forward to and do this summer.

1. Ice-cream or froyo date.

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Challenge: go to every ice-cream/froyo shop in your state.

Challenge 2: make your own ice-cream

2. Go to the drive in.

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Or put up a screen in the yard and lay out a blanket and pillows.

3. Have a picnic.

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Definitely grab that Cheez It and Wine box (if you're 21+).

4. Water balloon/gun fight.

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5. Go camping.

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6. Have a fire and make s'mores.

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7. Watch the fireworks on the 4th of July.

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8. Go to a theme park.

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Or a water park.

9. Baseball game.

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10. Go fruit picking.

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Strawberries, blue berries, raspberries and peaches all happen during the summer.

11. Walk the coast line.

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or just go to the beach..

12. Tubing, kayaking, jet skies, etc.

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13. Watch the sunset.

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Or sunrise.

14. Go on a hike.

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15. Concerts!!!

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16. Go Flower picking.

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Tulips (early May/late spring) and Sunflowers always make a great center piece.

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