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5 Outdoor Galentines Day Ideas

It’s known as the day of the year for celebrating friendships. On February 13th, Galentines Day will bring together friend groups across the nation to take part in this beloved tradition. Gather your best gals and guys to try some of these Galentines Day ideas of five fun things to do outside.

1. Games

No need to join a league. Head out to a local park and play games that remind you of being a kid like tag, hide and seek, or dodge ball. Pack a picnic lunch and make a day of it.

2. Arts and crafts

Galentines Day ideas aren’t complete without getting a little artsy. Find a suitable outdoor craft using nature’s elements like stick wind chimes, rock painting, or sidewalk chalk masterpieces. Exchange your works of art and bring home a treasured souvenir.

3. Fishing

One of the most fun things to do outside, fishing can make for great bonding time with loved ones. Learn how to catch fish together at a pier or shoreline. Check out the local bait and tackle shop where you can get all the gear and tips you need for a great day of fishing.

4. Group workout

What’s more fun than a good workout with the girls? Nominate one friend to lead the workout, turn up the music, and move your body. For added fun, dress up in your favorite themed outfits like 80’s aerobics or childhood superheroes.

5. Boating

Kick back and relax on the water. If you’re new to boating, hire a guide or tour service who can provide a complete adventure experience with sightseeing, wildlife spotting, and waterside dining.

Now that you have great Galentines Day ideas, it’s time to celebrate! Enjoy these fun outdoor activities while making new memories with your best friends.


Alycia Downs

Alycia Downs

Alycia Downs is a freelance content creator and avid sportsman who contributes to numerous publications promoting tourism, fishing, and outdoors. Alycia is a member of the Florida Outdoor Writers Association and is actively involved with conservation and fishing non-profit organizations. Visit her personal blog at tideandtale.com or on Instagram @tideandtale.