Every year we make huge efforts to be original and creative, when searching a Valentine’s Day gift, for our loved one.
Year after year, our ideas can become old and boring; dinner out, flowers, and candy. How can you celebrate Valentine’s Day in a new creative way? Don’t worry! There is no need to panic. If you really want to stand out this Valentine’s Day and show your love and appreciation to your special someone, we have the perfect solution. This year, instead of buying heart shaped sweets, dining at a fancy restaurant or trying to play a lousy song on your guitar, enjoy a romantic day a State Park, and let the real romance flow.
Light The Fire
If you are planning to break the ice and let the romance steam up, there is no better place to achieve this than soaking in a hot spring in Colorado. Picture yourself enjoying a nice glass of wine, in hot springs while a gentle snow falls around you. You can’t get more romantic than that. Choose a place that offers private tubs for optimum romance. The historic Wiesbaden Hot Springs near Ouray, the Dunton Hot Springs in Dolores and Indian Springs Resort in Idaho Springs make perfect secluded getaways for Valentine’s Day Weekend.
If the cold weather isn’t your thing, you can take advantage of the two Kentucky Lake cruises on the CQ Princess, which are part of the Valentine’s weekend packages. Kenlake State Resort Park is offering a dinner cruise on February 13, 2016, and Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park is offering a dessert-tasting cruise on February 14th, 2016.
Kentucky State parks provide a great place for a getaway weekend along with excellent food, entertainment, natural beauty and scenery. After a nice day of romance, you can give it the perfect ending an overnight camp out snuggled up next to a warm fire. Just picture yourself cuddling under a blanket of twinkling stars above.
Other states like Tennessee, offer amazing natural destinations, to set up that romantic atmosphere you dream of. For example, Fall Creek Falls State Park invited you to treat your sweetheart to a romantic weekend at Fall Creek Falls. It is Tennessee’s largest and most visited state park. The park encompasses more than 26,000 acres sprawled across the eastern top of the rugged Cumberland Plateau.
Enjoy a romantic moment at one of the highest waterfalls in the eastern United States. Other waterfalls within the park include Piney Falls, Cane Creek Falls and Cane Creek Cascades. After the trip, take advantage of a Valentine’s Day meal on Saturday the 13th or Sunday the 14th. From entrees to dessert, the park’s staff has created menus that are sure to satisfy. To compliment your meal, Gaul’s Gallery offers a variety of domestic and premium beers, as well as hand-crafted draft beer from local brewers, Calfkiller Brewing Company. They also have an extensive selection of wines by the glass or bottle.
Now you have no excuse to fail in your quest for the perfect Valentine’s Day gift. Remember to prepare yourself properly, before setting up any trip. This way you will ensure that your romantic holiday will be everything you and your loved one, wish for.