Dates have demanded more creativity over the past year. Thankfully, love knows no bounds and nature has remained available. Here is a list of the best outdoor date locations in Los Angeles.

Trying to narrow down what and where to go may feel overwhelming; however, this list will provide the must-visit places for you and your special someone to visit. It’s time to go out because eating take-out at home is so last year. 


At Santa Monica Beach you can dine on the pier, go fishing and find fun food stands.

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Venice Beach is the place to go is you love to skate or bike. There are plenty of coffee shops to choose from and you can make your way there with bike rentals or your own board.

Malibu Lagoon State Beach promises a day full of activities with paragliding, surfing and wine tasting.


Lake Balboa/Anthony C. Beilenson Park offers opportunities for fishing, renting swan boats and picnic areas.

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Griffith Park has multiple hiking trails, picnic areas and has a spectacular view of the Hollywood sign.

The Elysian Park experience includes the Dodger Stadium, multiple hiking trails and the Chavez Ridge Disc Golf Course.


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Los Angeles has breathtaking views and the best way to appreciate them is to make your way to one of these romantic overlooks. Mullholland Scenic Overlook, Universal City Overlook and Barbara A. Fine Overlook at the Summit. The best part about these is obviously the view, but to make things better parking is a breeze.

All of the above activities allow for social distancing and outdoor spaces. This allows for safe travel while getting to experience the beauty of nature. 

Written by Miriam Frutos Rodriguez
Featured Photo: Jonathan Borba on Unsplash
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