5 Outdoor Dating Ideas for Savannah Spring

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – With the weather finally in that perfect spot between the uncomfortable cold and the searing heat, now is the perfect time to start planning your next dates. To help you out, here is a list of five date ideas in downtown Savannah.

Picnic in one of Savannah’s beautiful parks or plazas

Savannah has so many beautiful parks and plazas to enjoy in this cool spring weather. A picnic date is the perfect idea for the couple who wants to have a date filled with rest and relaxation. If you really want it to be a low effort date, you can grab all your snacks from the store and you don’t even have to cook.

Go to the Savanah Botanical Gardens

If you really want to enjoy spring, why not head to the Savannah Botanical Gardens? They are open during the day, seven days a week and admission is free to all common areas of the garden. It’s the best place to go for a nice and inexpensive date and it’s a great option if you’re looking to take pictures.

You can see a map of the garden by visiting the link here. This link will also take you to a website with more information about the Savannah Botanical Gardens.

Take a walk downtown

Are you a couple interested in the history of Savannah? Well, the time is right now for a visit to downtown. There are plenty to choose from and you can find a link to a company offering ghost and graveyard tours by clicking the link here. This is a great option for those looking to go on a date later in the evening.

Visit the Candy Shops on River Street

Walking down River Street can be fun during the summer, but the best time to go is when the weather is just starting to warm up after the winter chill. Take advantage of the nice weather as you walk down River Street and enjoy some sweets. After hitting the candy stores, you can watch the river across the street and enjoy the sights and sounds of the Savannah Riverfront.

Go to the Farmers Market on a Saturday

The Farmer’s Market is a wonderful place to go on a date if you’re a couple who love the thrill of finding a bargain and supporting local businesses. It’s a great option because it has it all: great weather, food, artisans, and more. The Forsyth Farmers Market website can be found via the link here and is open every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Forsyth Park.

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