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For every kind of dad, there’s a perfect Father’s Day activity to enjoy and remember forever. From golf to go karts, find fun Father’s Day ideas here.

1.  Fishing

Bond with dad at a local fishing hole or make a weekend out of it at some of America’s best fishing spots. When else do you get to stand side by side and catch up on life while you enjoy the outdoors?

2.  Go-Kart

Forget another gift of golf shirts. Take Dad for a thrill ride. Give him a speedway, a Go-Kart, and a helmet, and watch Dad go crazy with excitement. Look for a nearby Go-Kart track and spend the day zipping around.

3.  Paintball

Let Dad explore his inner warrior. Nothing says “I love you” like a little friendly battle of the generations.

4.  Golf

They say golf is a good walk spoiled, but not when you spend 18 holes worth of quality time with dad. You can hire a PGA instructor for a series of golf lessons for you and your dad—a great excuse to hang out together, pick up tips from a pro, and improve your game.

5.  Sports

Tickets to his favorite sporting event are pretty much always a winning idea. Many stadiums offer Father’s Day deals; check if they’re offering discounted tickets. Want to be the favorite child? Surprise dad with a splurge of season tickets.

6  Camping

This year, start a camping tradition. Pitch a tent, start a campfire, swap memories about growing up—it’s bonding at its best. Look for a campground near you, pick up the right gear, and go wild.

7.  Handsome

Spa days are not just for the ladies. If yours is the kind of dad who appreciates being pampered, book him a luxurious massage, hair cut, or professional shave.

8.  Music

What’s playing nearby? Check local listings for an outdoor music festival or concert your pop might appreciate. Remember snacks and cold water, plus a clean blankeT

9.  Art

Many local art museums have dad-friendly works to look at, but you can also go quirky and try a specialized collection or gallery that he might find more interesting. Or get creative: You could

10. Cooking

You can treat dad to dinner anytime. Instead, sign up for a cooking class and experiment in the kitchen. Sur La Table and Whole Foods, as well as your own local grocery store, are good places to start your search.

11. Travel

Make it a day trip or a weekend getaway! From the coast of Maine to Florida’s Key West, June is a great month to get away on a scenic road trip.

12.  Volunteer

He’s given you so much, now it’s time for you both to give back. Turn spending time with Dad into a meaningful opportunity to help those in your community.

 

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