The Lake District visitor centre at Brockhole near Windermere is gearing up for a Valentine weekend as it prepares to open its doors for the first time in 2010.
February 14th will be marked by music, food and drink aimed at couples, the National Park Authority has revealed.
And for those who have not only found love but have the kids to prove it, the following week is filled with half-term activities for the family.
These include having hawks in the grounds on February 17th, an exploration of end-of-winter flowers on the 18th and art classes on the 19th.
People keen to enjoy the activities at Brockhole could combine them with walks around the Lake District.
Those planning to enjoy the Valentine's weekend in the national park may find that investing in men's outdoor clothing
or women's outdoor clothing
helps keep them warm.
Walks in the Windermere area include low-level hills such as Orrest Head, or a stroll around the woods of Claife Heights on the west bank of the lake, which can be reached by ferry.
Posted by Brandon Egley