Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. Have you made reservations, ordered flowers, or thought about a romantic time? Here are some things you can do in Hollister on Saturday, February 14th because you have ALL day to share with the one you love.
- Does your significant lover like outdoor activites? Ride motocross or camp at Hollister Hills SVRA.
- Search for San Benito’s Benitoite or hike to the lake through the caves at the Pinnacles National Park
- Take your street bike down Highway 25 to Panoche and enjoy Willow Springs. Did you know you can buy about 40 acres of beautiful land to hunt or star-gaze for $52,000? Ask Hollister real estate agent Kristen for details.
- Enjoy a three course meal by Chef Mark Johnson at The Grove
- Surprise your lady with a photo session with a fantastic Hollister photographer like Erin Balbas. Maybe in a gift certificate will be the perfect gift for another date?
- Love chocolate? Go on a choclate factory tour at one of these great places Marich or DeBritos or even stop by the show room to pick out your favorites.
- Pietra Santa, DeRose Vineyards, Leal Vineyards, Guerra Vineyards & Groves, Calera Wine Company, and more off Cienage Road in Hollister will rosey those cheeks in the afternoon.
- Send your date on a thrill ride by Skydiving Hollister. Just make sure they consent on their own…
- Take it easy on the green by golfing at Ridgemark Golf & Country Club or San Juan Oaks
- Of course you can also fall in love with real estate in Hollister. Make an appointment to get pre-approved with Kristen’s trusted mortgage lenders. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a bubble bath in your new home?
If you have more things to do in Hollister, please share below. I encourage Hollister residents to explore the lovely hometown and support our “mom and pop” businesses. You can always stroll Downtown Hollister to shop at the boutiques, get a couples massage, or sample some craft beers. Hollister and San Benito County has a lot to offer all, but you have to know where to look. Try something new, you never know what you may discover.