Get out and enjoy the sun San Diego! There is so much to do in San Diego besides taking a girl out for dinner or a coffee date. I personally think the dates where you are doing an “activity” are the best dates. It gets people out of their comfort zones and you can see another side of them that you wouldn’t at a restaurant. I did a quick list of things that I personally would enjoy to do on a date and most of them are free! Now I just need some guys to ask me out! Take notes boys…

  1. Stand up Paddle Boarding or even surfing
  2. Museum– Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego. Two locations and you can go free the 3rd Thursday of every month from 5p-7p. I haven’t even been to one museum in San Diego! That’s crazy!
  3. Bowling – Tavern+Bowl has three locations and they have a bar. Bonus points!
  4. Old Town – lots of restaurants and you can wander free through Old Town’s historic buildings, including the blacksmith shop, Seeley Stables, Stewart House, Estudillo House and the oldest schoolhouse in San Diego.
  5. Balboa Park – Enjoy the beautiful Spanish Colonial Revival architecture. While there, take advantage of the park’s variety of offerings, including 15 museums (Free on Tuesdays) free concert on Sundays and 7 free gardens to stroll through. I just read that they
  6. Golfing or even taking someone out to hit golf balls – it’s getting you outside!
  7. Stargaze – After dinner or drinks check out Reuben H. Fleet Science Center in Balboa Park on the first Wednesday of every month. The San Diego Astronomy Association sets up huge telescopes to offer guests a great view of all the stars in the night sky. How adorable is that?
  8. Explore the tide pools – In Point Loma at low tide you can get up close and personal with flowery anemones, scampering shore crabs, elusive octopus, spongy deadman’s fingers and many other magnificent little sea creatures.
  9. Take a scenic walk- The Big Bay, San Diego’s “largest attraction.” With 27 miles of waterfront featuring bayside parks, marinas, hundreds of shops and restaurants, and miles of promenades and bikeways, the Big Bay appeals to all ages and interests.
  10. Anza-Borrego Desert State Park – it’s all the hype this year. Experience the natural beauty of 600,000 acre dessert while it’s in full bloom with a rainbow of colorful wildflowers.