- TripBuzz discovered 68 different types of activities for couples in the Maryland Heights area, including Ziplines (like Go Ape Treetop Adventure), Parks (like Creve Coeur Lake Memorial Park), Sports Facilities/Fields (like Sportport) and Water Parks (like Aquaport), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 219 date ideas in or near Maryland Heights, Missouri, including 206 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like St. Louis, Florissant, St. Charles and Ballwin.
88% 114 votes
1868 Highway F, Defiance, MO 63341 MoreLess Info
The Historic Daniel Boone Home and Heritage Center is run by the Lindenwood University. They aim to preserve the historic structure, collections, and natural resources of the facility. The setting represents life in the 1800s and the Boone Home brings the legacy of Daniel Boone to life.
86% 7 votes
401 Pleasant Ridge Road, Fairview Heights, IL 62208 MoreLess Info
A 95-acre park, Pleasant Ridge Park offers hiking, picnic areas, a playground and wintertime sledding. On the park grounds is the Kinsella cabin, which was built in 1854 and is the oldest structure in Fairview Heights.
Featuring a fully stocked pro shop and food area, the Wentzville Ice Arena is a multipurpose ice skating rink open to the public. Events hosted at the rink include pick-up hockey, birthday party rentals, and public skating.
63% 68 votes
2477 S. State Rt 157, Edwardsville, IL MoreLess Info
Featuring boutique bowling lanes, Edison's Entertainment Complex offers a bowling alley, bar, buffet, arcade, laser tag, and more. There are large widescreen TVs that play sports games above the bowling lanes.
Wentzville Parks & Recreation provides many opportunities for people of all ages. Programs include fitness, sports leagues, cultural arts and enrichment classes as well as special events throughout the year such as an Easter Egg Hunt and Holiday Night.
53% 184 votes
800 South Morrison Avenue, Collinsville, IL 62234 MoreLess Info
A water tower built in 1949, the World's Largest Catsup Bottle stands 170 feet tall and is included in the National Register of Historic Places. A festival bearing dedicated to it every year since 1998.
It features the plants of the season, and they are well-grown and frequently watered. It's a rejuvenating location with an evergreen backdrop. The gardens are well-suited for taking a stroll or simply lying down.