- TripBuzz discovered 59 different types of activities for couples in the Farmington area, including Off Road & ATV (like Off-Road Driving Academy), Zoos (like Woodland Zoo & More), Caverns & Caves (like Laurel Caverns) and Spas (like Woodlands Spa), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 35 date ideas in or near Farmington, Pennsylvania, including 31 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Morgantown, Ohiopyle, Uniontown and Oakland.
17 Howard St, Cumberland, MD MoreLess Info
From dry to semi-sweet to sweet selections, the Charis Winery offers visitors a well-rounded wine tasting experience. Their grape and fruit varieties will tickle the palates of connoisseurs and everyday tasters alike.
Located off of the I-86, Sidling Hill Overlook & Rest Area offers visitors a scenic walking bridge that crosses over the highway. From the bridge, visitors have panoramic views of the surrounding hills and rock structure.
Spread over 40 acres, Millenium Park features many sport related facilities like a multi-purpose field, two youth baseball fields, and one lighted adult softball field. Other features of the park include a playground area with a gym structure, slide, and swing set.
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305 Church Road, Bethel Park, PA 15102 MoreLess Info
Bladerunners Ice Complex - Bethel Park provides families the opportunity to participate in skating lessons, have fun during an open skate session, or check out one of the money shows on ice that comes to the area.
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Monroeville Mall, 200 Mall Cir Drive, Monroeville, PA 15146 MoreLess Info
Guests can experience the next generation of entertainment at Cinemark Monroeville Mall. Theaters include XD technology with floor to ceiling and wall to wall screens, custom sound, and premium seating.
Featuring live folk and jazz music, Deer Creek Winery offers visitors a selection of fruit wines to sample, including its signature Raspberry Wine. The winery also hosts art and wine nights where visitors can enjoy wine while painting.
A professional baseball team, the Washington Wild Things play in the Frontier League's East Division. The team plays at CONSOL Energy Park which provides seating for 3,200 along with bleacher and chair seating, a party pavilion and a hot tub.