The third Sunday in June annually marks a day focused on Dad. Finding a way to spend time together and make Dad feel special can be challenging. After all, not all dads are quick to give up and tell others their feelings. Fortunately, most dads will enjoy anything as long as it is time spent together with those he loves.
There are plenty of ways to have a great Father’s Day with your husband or dad and with a little planning, you can give him a day to remember! Here are five things that will guarantee a great Father’s Day this year.
Take a fishing trip. Most dads love to fish and close proximity to water makes fishing a popular pastime. A day fishing at the nearby pier, on the river, or out on a charter boat is a simple way to keep dad happy all day long. Combine a new rod or reel as a gift and it will be a Father’s Day he will remember.
Enjoy a day at the ballpark. Baseball is in full swing by late June and most dads enjoy a day of taking in America’s pastime. Most games take a few hours and can be combined with lunch or dinner at his favorite sports bar for a fantastic Father’s Day.
Fire up the coals (or hit the ignition switch). Almost every guy loves to grill. While your dad or husband may be reluctant to give up the tongs for the day, you can easily make his grilling experience better. Spend some time sourcing the best meats you can find or take care of the prep work. Dad may want to do the grilling but being able to just grill without the other things that come along with barbequing would make for a great day.
Find a car show. Whether your dad or husband is a car fanatic or not, a day at a car show is sure to be a good time. Even someone who knows nothing about cars can enjoy browsing the unique models and high-powered autos. Take dad out to a greasy spoon lunch or a steak dinner to cap off a great Father’s Day.
Make it a weekend. Father’s Day is technically Sunday but including Saturday on a short camping trip could make for a memorable day for your husband or dad. A night by a campfire and sunrise coffee outside is a great way to spend Father’s Day weekend that dad will enjoy.
Dads make things easier by enjoying quality time with family regardless of the activity. Choose one of these classic options and schedule the day with your dad or husband.