When it comes to Father's Day, Dads usually get the short end of the stick. We learned that people spend about $7 billion more for Mother's Day than for Father's Day. In fact, many dads are lucky to even get a card or call. Break the status quo and surprise dad this year with a fun-filled day outside, where you both can enjoy the longer days and warmer weather. Here are five ideas on how to make the most of your Father's day with dad:
Grab your fishing pole, bait and hook and head to the lake. There's no need to rent a fancy boat or hike deep into the mountains to hook a fish. Get creative with your catch of the day and prepare a delicious seafood dinner.
Challenge your dad to beat you to the top of the rock-climbing wall! Even if you both are novices, you can find a local indoor rock climbing facility to test your calf muscles. Although you both might be sore afterwards, you'll get a great work out in while bonding with the pops.
Nothing is as relaxing as a nice round of golf with you dad on the green. Score extra brownie points by acting as his caddie and maybe letting him go on a stroke or two. End the round by treating him to a nice club sandwich at the country club.
Grab some fresh air by venturing out with dad to a hiking trail. Don't forget to pack a backpack with snacks and a blanket to enjoy the view once you get to the top. Play a game of "I Spy" like old times to bring a smile to pop's face!