Looking for simple and meaningful Father’s Day activities? Check out these fun activities for children of all ages and dads with all different interests.
1. Play Mini-Golf (or Real Golf)
Whether Dad is a pro on the golf course or more of a putt-putt kind of guy, an afternoon of golf is fun for fathers and kids alike. Stick with miniature golf if the kids are beginners. Going to the driving range is a great activity if Dad wants to start teaching the “real” game.
2. A Day at the Zoo
Take Dad for a walk on the wild side at the Palm Beach Zoo! Check out their website for summer discounts and deals.
3. Get out on the water.
With so many waterways right in our backyard get Dad on the water! Whether he loves fishing or wants to go kayaking, a day on the water is sure to make Dad happy.
4. Go Bowling
Bowling is right up Dad’s alley — especially if Father’s Day is a rainy day this year. Opt for bumper bowling to give kids an advantage!
5. Book him a massage
Dad works hard all week, and he deserves a chance to relax. Book him a massage for Father’s Day — Check out the PGA National Resort and Spa for a way to pamper dad and maybe mom too!
6. Go for a Bike Ride
Spending the day cruising around on two wheels is fun and also healthy for Dad and the kids. Try a bicycle scavenger hunt to make it even more interesting. Dad doesn’t own a bike? Check out www.skybikewpb.com/stations/ and rent adult bikes for you and him.
7. Build Something
Check out the internet for some great ideas to get the kids and dad busy. You could build a birdhouse, or find something else kid-friendly to build together. If the kids are too young to use tools, break out the paintbrushes for them to decorate whatever Dad creates.
8. Have a Movie Night
Order or make Dad’s favorite pizza and turn on a family-friendly flick that he’ll love. It’s the perfect ending to a fantastic Father’s Day.
9. Treat him to a steak dinner
After all, he’s got all summer to work that backyard grill. Let someone else cook and treat Dad to a nice dinner and mug of beer at his favorite steakhouse.
10. Pack up a picnic
All Dad wants for Father’s Day: sandwiches, sunshine, and his favorite people hanging out. Enjoy the sunshine and head out to the park or beach!
11. Go to a car show
Check out the free car show on Father’s Day in Rosemary Square. Enjoy SuperCars, Hot Rods, Muscle Cars, Race Cars, Exotics, Vintage Cars, Electrics, and more.
Wherever you decide to take Dad,
PB Parenting hopes it is a fun, relaxing day surrounded by his favorite little people!
HAPPY FATHER’S DAY