There's requisite scuba and parasailing action, but also a PARTY BOUNCE PLAY full of inflatable slides and bounce houses.It's technically for children, though they might be open to letting a nice-looking adult couple in. Grant Home, and nothing's quite as sexy as dead presidents named Ulysses.
OK, we know Savannah isn't some tucked-away little town -- it's one of the largest cities in the state. Wabash is home to many parks and an apple orchard, so you'll have no shortage of romantic strolling options, and the shops range from thrift stores to donut hubs, so all interests are accounted for.
But we're willing to bend the rules a little here because it's so ridiculously pretty. Most importantly, there's the 13-24 Drive In, so you can snuggle up under the stars to, uh, Decorah gets name-dropped a lot in reference to The Hotel Winneshiek, a pretty hotel boasting a tap room, "opera house," and at least two fancy stone pillars.
The main attraction in town is the Mystic Seaport, where you can see old restored ships and a tiny recreated 19th-century village.
(You better believe they have a printing press.) There's also an aquarium, planetarium, and dining options outside that one famous pizza place.
We favored smaller towns and quiet lakes/mountains/beaches to make it seem more like a "getaway," and tried to steer clear of experiences that hinged too heavily on one really kick-ass resort.