4 Unique Valentine's Day Adventure Date Ideas

Posted by: Hello Kammok

Valentine’s Day is just a few days away! Still coming up with last-minute plans? Don’t worry—you’re not alone. We’re here to help with four easy wins to make any date a success.

Hammock picnic for the win!

(Budget: $50)
There’s no better way to picnic in our opinion than in the comfort of a Roo Double (Bonus: it’s currently 30% off). Step one: Pick out the ultimate secluded hammock spot. Step two: Charge your bluetooth speaker and curate a playlist with all your favorite songs. Step three: Hit up your favorite local market for a bottle of wine, some fresh fruits, crackers, and cheese, and you’re ready to go! Don’t forget to pack your Dragonfly bug net to keep those pesky flies away, and bring a headlamp if you plan to stay for sunset.

Man and woman hanging out in Roo Double hammock with mountain backdrop



Hike to your morning coffee.

(Budget: $15)
Coffee dates are easy wins, but they can get pretty boring. And no one wants a boring date. Pack up your favorite bag of local coffee and hit the trail with your brewing supplies for an early sunrise to take this coffee date to the next level. Bonus points for dropping by your favorite bakery or pastry shop! Take your Field Blanket along so you’ll have a comfy place to enjoy your morning.

Supplies for making coffee set up on ground: A bag of coffee, grinder, Jet Boil, and fuel. Water is steaming.



Rent a van for a weekend getaway!

(Budget: $300-500)
As much as we love to romanticize it, we can’t all live full time on the open road. Luckily, companies like Outdoorsy make it possible to get a small taste of van life. Surprise your valentine with a weekend getaway for two at one of your favorite local parks, and book an awesome RV or decked out van to make the experience unforgettable. Remember to bring your Firebelly if cold weather is rolling in!

Man hanging in Roo Double at campsite with camper van in background.



Venture out to see the stars.

(Budget: $50)
This date will only cost you as much as a tank of gas and a six-pack of beer, but the payoff will be just what you and your valentine are looking for. Unfortunately most of us live in areas with high levels of light pollution, and seeing the wonders of the Milky Way is impossible at home. Take a trip outside the city to a nearby state or county park, and bring your Swiftlet along so you can gaze for hours at the night sky. Find amazing places to see the stars near you by checking out Space Tourism Guide. They’ve put together stargazing guides for cities like Austin, Denver, Los Angeles, New York City, Seattle, and on and on and on. 

Man sitting in Swiftlet gazing up at the night sky and stars overhead.

Celebrating Valentine's Day in Austin? Check out these two guides for spending some time outside in The Capitol City:

5 Hidden Gems on Austin's Barton Creek Greenbelt

Everything you need to know for 36 hours in ATX