And if you know a local barcade, you can sling back some IPAs at the same time.
Spread out a picnic or pack some snacks for the ride.
You don't want the game to be too one-sided, so go with something you can really engage in that's well suited for both of you.
Whether you're in a city or the countryside, renting bikes is a great way to explore where you live and get exercise at the same time.
If riding the open road isn't your thing, find a trail that provides more shade and requires less planning.
Though this could get incredibly awkward (falling into the water, unnecessary feet-touching, etc.), kayaking *is* the perfect opportunity to test out his or her teamwork skills.
If you end up on the complete opposite side of your destination, you know what to do.
Summer is ripe for yard sales and outdoor flea markets.
If you both have a bug for finding cheap records or furniture, take a walk around your neighborhood for the latest sidewalk sales or peruse the odds and ends at a nearby market.
You don't have to go to an all-out amusement park with roller coasters to have fun.