There are a million ways to celebrate Dad this Father's Day, but as we all know, his favorite way to enjoy it would be spending the day with you. On June 16, plan special Father's Day activities that will really show your father or husband how much you care.
Go Bowling -- Bowling is a great family activity because all ages can participate, and you can play in any weather.
Watch Movies -- Make Father's Day a movie night by screening some of Dad's favorites. Obviously, keep age-appropriateness in mind when you're picking your selections.
Go to a Water Park -- The temps are starting to rise and it's a great time to splash around with Dad.
Play Video Games -- If Dad loves playing video games, join him for a couple of hours of Mario Kart or Fortnite.
Pick a Picnic Spot -- There's no reason you can't head outdoors for a fun family meal. Surprise Dad by packing his favorite foods and stake out a spot at a local park. (*See our blog from 5/29/19 for great portable food ideas!)
Go Camping -- There's so much exploring and bonding to be had on a camping trip. Treat dad to a great outdoor getaway by helping him pitch a tent, make some s'mores, and do a little stargazing.
Go to a Baseball Game -- If dad is a big sports fan, there's no better way to spend Father's Day than at his favorite team's park. Most major and minor baseball leagues offer specials — from food deals to discounted tickets — so book your seats for June 16!
Visit a Museum -- Perhaps your partner wants to do some learning on his special day — take him and the kids to a local museum with an exciting exhibit.
Head to an Amusement Park -- Take a drive to the closest theme park and spend the entire day there with the family. From thrilling rollercoaster rides to carnival food, it's a place where any father can act like a kid again.
Make Him a Father's Day Brunch -- Make Dad's day by serving him the ultimate brunch. From sweet and spicy Jalapeno Fig stuffed French Toast to this mouthwatering Barista Steak & Egg Skillet, you’ll find many delicious ideas under “recipes” on our website.