10 Fun Things to Do with Dad on Father’s Day
These Father's Day activities are a great way to spend the day with dad and show him how much you love and appreciate him.
Host a cookout
If you’re not sure what to do for father’s day this year, hosting a backyard barbecue is the way to go. Invite over the whole family, fire up the grill and spend the day enjoying the summer sun and warm weather. It’s the perfect way to celebrate dad, grandpa and the uncles all at once.
Hit the green with your dad! Many golf courses offer discounted rounds, giveaway items or a special brunch on Father’s Day. Check out your local course’s website for specifics and to book a tee time. In addition to a round or two of golf, give your dad one of these DIY gifts.
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Go to a baseball game
If your dad prefers watching sports over participating, take him out to the ballgame. This year, every MLB team is playing on Father’s Day, so there’s a game for whichever team your dad roots for. You can get tickets on Major League Baseball’s website.
Go on a brewery tour
Is your dad a craft brew king? Take him on a tour of a local brewery and let him pick out a growler or two to take home. If you’re not sure where your closest brewery is, you can search for it on BreweryBD.
Spend some quality time with the great outdoors and your dad. There are a ton of fun things to do on Father’s Day while camping like fishing, hiking and grilling some of these BBQ recipes that will make him feel like a pitmaster.
Remember to consult our ultimate family camping checklist before you go.
Go to a music festival
If your dad is a melomaniac, gift him tickets to a local music festival or outdoor concert. Grab a couple folding chairs, pack a cooler with beverages and picnic foods and enjoy day full of music, sunshine and hanging out with your dad.
Go on vacation
Are you asking yourself “how can I surprise my dad on Father’s Day?” If so, we have the perfect answer: take him on a vacation! Airbnb has over 6 million listings in more than 81 thousand locations across the globe, so you can find an amazing place to stay no matter how near or far from home you’re traveling.
Go to the Zoo
Going to the zoo is one of the best Father’s Day activities for preschoolers. Not only does dad get to see something a little wilder than a toddler, but the kids get to learn about animals as well.
Give back this Father’s Day by volunteering your time or some supplies to a food bank, senior home or youth center. Even if it’s for only an hour or two, it will have a positive impact on your community. Find ways to help out on Feeding America and the Boys & Girls Club of America’s website.
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