Twilight Canoe and Dinner Event Happening on Indiana’s Blue River August 14th
How would you like to spend the evening canoeing on the Blue River and ending the trip with a delicious dinner? Sounds like a super fun time to me! This Saturday, August 14th you can do just that!
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Cave Country Canoes are no strangers to fun events on the Blue River. If you're ever looking for a fun way to enjoy nature, and get out on the river they are the place to go! They have a unique event coming up on August 14th where you can canoe to a delicious dinner for two. It's called Twilight Canoe and Dinner for two, you'll start canoeing around 3PM and the canoe trip is about 4 hours to your dinner destination. Here's what Cave Country Canoes say about the event:
Join us with your loved one for an evening on the river. Enjoy one of two trips and a romantic dinner for two on the beautiful Blue River.There are two ways to enjoy twilight canoe and dinner for two.Take a 7-mile, 4-hour canoe/kayak trip at 3 PM. Then join us for a dinner prepared onsite and served by Holts Cafe. Music with The Hill Figs in the River View Shelter House from 7:00 pm to 10 pm.OR:Enjoy a short leisurely paddle in our Millpond at 5 PM, the length and time of the trip are determined by you. Then join us for a dinner prepared onsite and served by Holts Cafe. Music with The Hill Figs in the River View Shelter House from 7:00 pm to 10 pm.Reservations are required for this trip. Please call 812-633-4806
Now, this definitely sounds like a super unique date night! I also like the idea of being able to canoe down the river later in the day when you won't get as sunburned. I haven't been canoeing down the Blue River in years! I really need to plan a trip and go sometime soon, because I remember it was a ton of fun, but one of the worst sunburns I ever got was on the Blue River, which was totally my fault for not applying sunscreen, so grab that SPF and hit the river!
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