The start of spring in Manitoba is like being stuck in limbo between Winter and Summer. The snow has melted so much that most of your winter activities are over, but it's not warm enough yet for most of the summer or even spring activities to begin.  The sun is out and the temperature is rising, but then we get stuck with that all too well-known question, What do you want to do?

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I know you're all ready for spring after these cold ass winters, though! So take off the winter jacket, or put it back on when you realize it's still cold AF, and get started on the almost warm weather activities. Here are 11 Things To Do In Manitoba With Your Significant Other This Spring.

via @cody.loewen

Visit a free provincial park

Reserving camp spots has opened up for this summer, so be sure to book yours before they the good ones are all gone.

via @kyleschappert

Check out the melting icescapes

Watch the wicked icescapes melt together and turn up your photography skills.

via @davidmoderphotography

Spend the day together at the Assinaboine Park Zoo

The Polar bears are out even though it's been a cold spring.

via @hannahcaam

Rent the Fiddlehead cabin

Don't worry if it's still kind of cold out still because it has a private sauna in the woods.

via @marrianne_in_wonderland

Browse The Forks Market

The Festival of Fools will also be on, so check it out along the way.

via @colpitts

Visit the St. Norbert Farmers' Market

It's not outdoors until May but you can get your fix early by visiting the indoor market.

via @tastingwinnipeg

Head over to BDI for a quick scoop

They opened up a week early!

via @aislynnpalmer

Take some new photos

Now that you don't have to freeze your fingers off, update those profile pics together.

via @jodimaxwelllee

Check out the Asessippi Slush Cup

Or take the plunge yourself and snowboard into the freezing slush pool! It's okay, you guys can warm each other up afterward.

via @chrisdca

Get ready for the flood

Those Manitoba spring struggles are real, so get those sandbags out and stay dry inside with Netflix and your s/o.

via @wldpath

Do cabin yoga at Fort Whyte

Enjoy the nature at Fort Whyte while getting your yoga and meditation in.

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