What's the perfect Present for Farther's Day?
It's so hard to find the perfect gift, so maybe just a few ideas on what to do today? Of course, Father's Day might be a little different this year due to the coronavirus outbreak — but that certainly doesn't mean you can't still have some quality time with Dad and plan some fun Father's Day activities. From hiking and spending time outdoors to at-home family game nights, these quarantine-friendly Father's Day ideas are sure to show the #1 guy in your life how much you care. Whether Dad loves the great outdoors or is partial to a delicious Father's Day brunch followed by an at-home wine tasting, pick one of these Father's Day activities for a day full of all-around fun and great laughs — because no matter what he's doing, Dad will love creating great memories with some of his favorite people.
Serve Dad an all-star brunch.
The best way to start off Father's Day? A table full of all of Dad's favorite food preferably in bed!!!!
Have a family game night.
This year, let Dad flaunt his competitive side with the best board games for the whole family, including favorite classics like Jenga, charades, and Monopoly. If Dad loves trivia and brain teasers, you can even host a family trivia night!
Pack up a backyard picnic.
Here's an easy way to impress Dad on his special day: Pack up some sandwiches, grab a blanket, then head out to your backyard! He'll definitely enjoy the sunshine and some fun backyard games — especially with all his favorite people around him.
Get out on the water.
Tap into his joy of fishing or if he’s more of the adventurous type, he’ll love to ride around on a jet ski or simply enjoy dipping your toes in the water. Whatever you settle on.
Fire up the grill.
Father’s Day is best celebrated with family and amazing food, so bringing out the charcoal for the grill is a no-brainer. Take the opportunity to learn a thing or two from Dad or simply cheer him on as he serves plate after plate of delicious goodness.
Hit the golf course.
We’re sure if you ask Dad what he’d like to do at any given moment, golf will most certainly be at the top of the list. Make his wish come true with tee time at his favorite golf course! Feel free to go the extra mile by organizing his gear ahead of time and arranging his transportation.
Go for a hike.
Enjoy the great outdoors as a family and explore new trails with beautiful sights! Let Dad choose the path and be ready to make amazing memories together.
Host a beer tasting.
On Father’s Day, help Dad cool off with a refreshing pint. For the ultimate treat, plan an afternoon of sampling different craft beers — he might just find a new favorite and you’ll be the one to thank!
Bring him to a steak dinner.
Gift Dad a nice dinner with a glass of his favorite beer in the backyard.
Movie indoor or even set up your own private screening in the backyard. Don't forget the popcorn and let Dad decide on what film you are watching!
Whether you head to a campsite for the weekend, or decide to set up a tent in your own backyard, Dad will love roasting marshmallows and telling scary stories around the fire.