- TripBuzz discovered 72 different types of activities for couples in the Jensen Beach area, including Movie Theaters (like Regal Treasure Coast Mall Stadium 16), Parks (like Indian Riverside Park), Bowling (like Jensen Beach Bowl) and Beaches (like Jensen Beach), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 83 date ideas in or near Jensen Beach, Florida, including 73 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Fort Pierce, Stuart, Jupiter and Port St. Lucie.
Catering to visitors of all skill levels, Paddleboard Connection offers paddleboard lessons to teach the basics of the sport. The guides are knowledgeable about the region's islands and are happy to provide tips for places to explore.
90% 21 votes
3491 Flying Cow Ranch Rd, Marjory Stoneman Douglas Everglades Habitat, Wellington, FL 33414 MoreLess Info
The 365-acre Wellington Environmental Preserve is a nature area that also acts as a rainwater storage area. The preserve features a number of educational learning centers and hiking trails that can be used for running or walking.
92% 497 votes
Sebastian Inlet State Recreation Area, Melbourne, FL 32951 MoreLess Info
Surfing, fishing, bird-watching and camping can be done at the Sebastian Inlet State Recreation Area. This area has a rich history, with human traces dating back to the last ice-age.
82% 98 votes
5190 Lake Worth Road, Greenacres, FL 33463 MoreLess Info
Pretzels, nuts, brittles, and much much more is what customers can experience when shopping Hoffman's Chocolate Factory. Tours are offered, as well as treats for a variety of events from weddings to birthday parties.
All Star Surf Camp is the only surf camp located at Sebastian Inlet and offers a range of recreational activities. Patrons can learn to surf, stand up paddle board or kayak and can also snorkel while observing sealife and plantlife.
56% 9 votes
3438 Lake Worth Road, Lake Worth, FL 33461 MoreLess Info
Set on 88 acres, Trail Drive-In Theatre & Swap Shop hosts outdoor bargain shopping from over 2,000 local vendors. Visitors can spend a day shopping for antiques, produce, and other items; or head over to the arcade to play games.
Visitors can enjoy a stretch of land that extends 30,000 acres along the Kissimmee River to Lake Okeechobee at the Kissimee River Public Use Area. The area can be accessed by boat from several boat ramps along the river.