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6 Fun Spring Date Ideas in Jacksonville

  • February 27, 2023
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Whoever claimed the holidays are the most romantic time of year clearly hasn’t seen Spring in Jacksonville! Between the beautiful weather and amount of fun festivals and activities scheduled throughout the city, there’s always something new to try with your babe!

We’ve put together a list of some of the most fun and unique Spring date ideas in Jacksonville to try this season. We bet you haven’t been on all of these awesome dates!

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📷 Jacksonville Arboretum & Botanical Gardens

Stroll through Jacksonville Arboretum & Botanical Gardens

Ready to feel like an absolute princess? Stroll hand in hand through Jacksonville Arboretum & Botanical Gardens this Spring! Take in the stunning scenery and the sights, smells, and sounds of the garden. Connect with nature, see some stunning flowers, and save some money – your entrance is only $3!

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Spend an Afternoon at Riverside Arts Market

Riverside Arts Market is the perfect Spring date idea in Jacksonville! Stroll along the water as you check out local vendors for food, local produce, and cool arts and knick-knacks! The market is always free, and the vendors rotate so there is always something new to see!

We’re partial to the Riverside Arts Market, but there are plenty of other awesome festivals and markets all around Jax to check out too!

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📷 Conch House Restaurant

Dine Waterfront at Conch House Restaurant

What’s more “Jacksonville-esque” then a good old fashioned waterfront meal? Conch House Restaurant is the perfect spot to feel the Spring breeze while dining with your babe! Their tiki hut vibes will have you feeling like you’re on vacation, but at the same time it’s fancy enough to feel like a splurge of a night out! Have some delish seafood under the Florida sunset for your next romantic date night!

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Go to a Local Beer Garden

Jacksonville has some seriously amazing beer! If brews are your thing, you’ll have to check out one of Jax’s many amazing beer gardens on your next date this spring! There are all kinds of local beers to try, from hoppy to sweet, and the breweries are all cool and unique too! Grab your date (and dog if you have one!) and head to one of these tasty breweries for your next date night!

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See a Drive-In Movie

Have a blast from the past with a drive in movie in Jacksonville! There are actually quite a few drive in theaters in Jax, but one of our favs is Sun Ray Cinema Drive-In. Pack the car with some wine and snacks, and check out the flick they’re showing at the moment. Each car is only $25!

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Catch a Jumbo Shrimp Game

Gooooo Jumbo Shrimp! This Spring, take your partner out to the ballgame, and support our local Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp! This team is the Triple A affiliate to the Miami Marlins, and their games are always a fun time! Eat, drink, and root – root- root- for the home team! You and your partner will have so much fun at the game, and we promise you’ll love the nachos and ball park dogs!

Elevate Your Date Night

Whether you’re looking for a date that’s romantic or fun, there’s an awesome Jacksonville activity that’s right up your alley. This spring, surprise your significant other with something out of the ordinary! For more ideas about what to do around the city, download the UNATION app, and follow @StuffToDoInJacksonville on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube!

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Morgan Lash

Morgan Lash

Morgan is a writer for UNATION's Stuff to Do in Jacksonville...

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