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24 Fun Things To Do On A Date In Manitoba This Summer That Won't Make You Broke

Dating doesn't have to break the bank! Maybe you're saving for school this fall, trying to pay off debt, or your jobs wages just aren't cutting it. The cost of an average dates can rack up in no time. Dinner and a movie is easily over $100. 

READ ALSO: 16 Free Things To Do In Winnipeg This Summer If You're Bored And Broke

It's summer time though so we have so many fun things to do that are totally free! If you have a little bit of cash to spend you can do some wild activities. So grab your girl, guy, or group of friends and enjoy these 24 Fun Things To Do On A Date In Manitoba This Summer That Won't Make You Broke.

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Go To The Beach // Various Locations

Cost: Free

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Cliff Diving // Tulabi Falls

Cost: Free

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Have A Bonfire // Backyard or Campground

Cost: Approx. $7/bundle of wood

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Go River Tubing // Various Locations

Cost: Free or Approx. $25/tube to buy

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Stand Up Paddleboarding // The Hardcore Surf & Paddleboard Company

Cost: $25/hour

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Visit A Waterfall // Various Locations

Cost: Free

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Visit A National Park // Various Locations

Cost: Free

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Wakeboarding // Adrenaline Adventures

Cost: $22/2 hours

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Have A Photo Shoot // Various Locations

Cost: Free

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Kayaking // Clear Lake Marina

Cost: $22/hour

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Rent A Pedal Boat // Clear Lake Marina

Cost: $20/hour

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Go On A Hike // Various Locations

Cost: Free

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Mini Golfing // Thunder Rapids

Cost: $6.95/game

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Take A Boat Tour // Splash Dash Boat Tours

Cost: $10/tour

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Visit A Night Market // Winnipeg Night Market

Cost: $5/entry

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Go For A Tandem Bike Ride // Bee-2-Gether Bike Rentals

Cost: $20/hour

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Watch An Outdoor Movie // Movies On Memorial

Cost: Free

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Doing Goat Yoga // 10 Acre Woods

Cost: $25/class

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Climb The Ropes Course // Adrenaline Adventures

Cost: $22/hour

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Go Karting // Grand Prix

Cost: $30/3 rides

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Batting Cages // Thunder Rapids

Cost: $4.76/50 pitches

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Visit Weird Giant Roadside Attractions // Various Locations

Cost: Free

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Alleyway Markets // The Exchange District

Cost: Free

Stay In A Boler Camper // Bee-2-Gether Bike Rentals

Cost: $70/day (fits 2 adults & 2 children)

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