The 10 Most Romantic Geographic Place Names in the United States

In honor of Valentine’s Day, we’re counting down the 10 most romantic geographic places names in the United States.

10.) Romeo and Juliet Lakes, Mason County, Michigan

Romeo and Juliet Lakes, Michigan

Romeo and Juliet Lakes, Michigan ( 43.963122° N, -86.102018° W)

9.) Honeymoon Island State Park, Pinellas County, Florida

Honeymoon Island State Park, Florida

Honeymoon Island State Park, Florida ( 28.061363° N, -82.826327° W)

8.) Kissimmee, Snyder County, Pennsylvania

Kissimmee, Pennsylvania

Kissimmee, Pennsylvania ( 40.795715° N, -77.085199° W)

7.) Belle Rose, Assumption Parish, Louisiana

Belle Rose, Louisiana

Belle Rose, Louisiana ( 30.051118° N, -91.041967° W)

6.) Poetry, Kaufman County, Texas

Poetry, Texas

Poetry, Texas ( 32.825497° N, -96.245398° W)

5.) Heart Lake, Teton County, Wyoming

Heart Lake, Wyoming

Heart Lake, Wyoming ( 44.269432° N, -110.487581° W)

4.) Love Field Airport, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas

Dallas Love Field Airport, Texas

Dallas Love Field Airport, Texas ( 32.843438° N, -96.848759° W)

 3.) Cupid Lake, Cook County, Minnesota

Cupid Lake, Minnesota

Cupid Lake, Minnesota ( 48.157359° N, -90.875964° W)

 2.) Romance, Jackson County, West Virginia

Romance, West Virginia

Romance, West Virginia  ( 38.597300° N, -81.598732° W)

 1.) Valentine, Cherry County, Nebraska

Valentine, Nebraska

Valentine, Nebraska ( 42.872750° N, -100.551331° W)

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