Whether you're in self-quarantine from Covid-19, have a cold and don't want to risk contact with others or need a fun new date night idea you can do from or near home, we got you covered.
Even if you don’t have kids yet, going out for date night can still be a challenge or you might just not have a lot of energy or money to go out. Although your circumstances for wanting a stay at home date night might be different. Maybe you have kids and finding a sitter isn't always easy or its the middle of the winter and you prefer to be cuddled up at home.
Whatever the reason, we’ve come up with options for fun date ideas at home.
BONUS: Almost all of these stay at home date night ideas are free or budget-friendly. Next time you don’t feel like going out or maybe can’t go out, try one of our stay at home date night ideas for couples in Calgary!
Dig Out an Old Gameboard
Order a Date Night Mystery Bag
Watch a Sunset or Sunrise
Enjoy a Fire in the Backyard
Build a Fort and Watch Movies
Explore New Areas While GeoCaching
Enjoy a Movie and Popcorn from Cineplex
Colour Pictures for Eachother
Start Your Seedlings for the Garden
Dig Out the Old Gaming Console
Play some Badminton or Frisbee in the Yard
Go for a Walk around the Block
Organize Your Photo Albums
Go for a Bikeride around the Neighbourhood
Spoil Eachother with Couples Massages
Start a New Project Together
Put Together a Home Spa
Build a Snowman or Igloo in the Backyard
Finish a Challenging Puzzle with Tea or Hot Chocolate
Bake a New Recipe Together or Make Your Favourite Treats
Order some Canvas and Paints for a Home Paint Night
Ask 36 Questions to Fall In Love All Over Again
Plan Your Next Vacation or Dream Vacation
Break Out a Sweat and Workout
Have a Water Fight in the Yard
Blast Some Tunes and Spring Clean the House
Go for a Scenic Drive
Take a 30 Day Yoga Challenge
Play Table Tennis on your Dinning or Coffee Table - who needs a net!
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Tell Us: What are some of your favourite home date night ideas? What have you been up to with the recent COVID-19 restrictions for gathering in groups?