- TripBuzz discovered 69 different types of activities for couples in the Blaine area, including Winery/Vineyard (like Dakota Creek Winery), Parks (like Peace Arch State Park), Family Fun Center (like Miniature World Family Fun Center) and Water Parks (like Birch Bay Waterslides), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 81 date ideas in or near Blaine, Washington, including 73 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Bellingham, Eastsound, Coquitlam and Delta.
Situated on 30.75 acres of mostly wooded terrain, Hillcrest Park features facilities for soccer, tennis, softball and basketball. The park also provides both open and sheltered picnic areas, children's playgrounds, walking paths and grass areas for recreational activities.
88% 42 votes
4365 Blue Grouse Road, Duncan, British Columbia MoreLess Info
As one of the founding Estate wineries of Vancouver Island, Blue Grouse Estate Winery and Vineyard has been open to the public since 1993. Wine tastings are available, and there is a picnic area where customers can bring their own treats while sampling the wines.
50% 2 votes
N Princeton Street, Oak Harbor, WA MoreLess Info
The NSA Whidbey Island Convergence Zone is a recreational facility that contains a bowling alley, an indoor playground, a toddler play area, free Wi-Fi, and a resource center. The facility also has a party room.
99% 700 votes
1721 Cowichan Bay Road, Duncan, British Columbia MoreLess Info
The excursions Ocean EcoVentures Whale Watching maintain focus on seeing the giant whales, but it's common to see other sea creatures like seals and marine birds. The guides are knowledgeable, so the boat turns in to a classroom. Private charters and multi-day trips are available.
94% 270 votes
Trans Canada Hwy (Hwy #1), Langford, British Columbia MoreLess Info
Guests of Goldstream Provincial Park will be able to visit the Goldstream River, where guests can fish during a limited season. Guests of the Visitor Centre can take advantage of the location's wildlife viewing platform.
Learn about the First Nation at Cowichan Native Village. Exhibits on totem carving and basket weaving are on display. There are opportunities to try traditional dishes, while learning about the preparation.
A trail of yellow footsteps painted on the sidewalks guide visitors along the walking tour of Duncan Totem Poles. Throughout the town over 40 totem poles dot the community, with signs explaining the origins of the poles and historic information about the carvers and region.
61% 28 votes
200 Cowichan Way, Duncan, British Columbia MoreLess Info
Along the banks of the Cowichan River, the Quw'utsun' Cultural and Conference Centre is a scenic centre that aims to share with visitors the customs and stories of the Cowichan people. The conference centre hosts corporate events and weddings, while the Riverwalk Caf_ features traditional foods.
First opened in 2007, Chances Casino features slot machines and Bingo. The casino offers a membership rewards card for frequent visitors. A small menu is available throughout the day. Each evening has a special event, and there is special entertainment on Friday evenings.
Visitors who are interested in photo opportunities may enjoy the views offered by Little Mountain Park. In addition to the site's fall foliage, the location also provides a view of Skagit Valley from the summit.