A great way to celebrate Father’s Day is to spend some value time with your dad. It could be more than enough to make him happy.
But you could spend that time doing something enjoyable and fun. Here are some ideas to turn the day into something more special for him.
1. Go Camping
Men have a natural instinct for adventure and outdoors. So why not take your dad out for camping on father’s day. It could be you, your siblings and dad out in the wild – pitching a tent, enjoying a campfire and enjoying old memories.
It can be a great way to strengthen your bond. The campground doesn’t have to be far away.
2. Paintball Adventure
All men are kid at heart. Let your father bring out the warrior inside him by taking him to the nearest paintball school. if you have paint guns at home, you could enjoy a friendly battle with your dad.
Get the entire family involved in a swat team operation.
3. Go-Kart Adventure
Everyone loves racing and speed. So why not take your dad to the nearest Go-Kart track. Make sure that he is fully clad in safety gear, and then let him speed away. It could be a day spent behind the wheel racing and enjoying it.
4. Car Show
When it comes to cars, almost every man has a weak spot in his heart. And when it’s about classics, nothing could be more special.
There are many local car clubs which are always running vintage car shows. Find a club with a larger selection of vehicles and take your dad to the place. Make sure to keep it as a secret until you reach the spot.
5. Garden Day
If your father loves plants, turn Father’s Day into a garden day. Plan this out in advance – get all the seeds and plants.
Keep it simple and choose herbs like mint and basil, and lots of flowering plants. You could also include some vegetables. It will be best to get your family involved in gardening.
There are many other Father’s Day activities. You could accompany your dad on a bike ride across the countryside. It could be a visit to the national park, where the entire family could spend the day together.
Or, you could take your father to the minor league baseball game. Whatever you choose to do, make sure that it matches with your dad’s interests.