posted on July 22nd, 2013.
If you’re looking for ways to have family fun without spending a lot of money, try playing a game of baseball in the park.
Most families have a baseball and a bat stashed in their garage. Grab your gear and head out to one of your local parks for some good old fashioned family fun. You don’t have to play a formal game, especially if your kids are younger. Have fun taking turns batting, catching Continue reading…
posted on May 21st, 2013.
There are only three things required to put together an enjoyable game of volleyball in the park: a net, a ball, and at least two people up for the game. If you do not have an actual volleyball net on hand, you can draw a line in the dirt or mark a line between trees. If your park has a baseball field, you can actually draw large boxes to determine when balls are out of bounds as well.
If you do not have an actual volleyball, Continue reading…
posted on March 19th, 2013.
Pulling out the dominoes when friends and family are at the house, a fun game soon commences. The time passes quickly as everyone draws and plays as they best know how, connecting the dots on the dominoes. Others like to take a large pile and line them up on end across a table of floor in endless patterns before tipping the first one and watching them all fall in rapid succession. The game is meant for fun times.
Variations on the Game
Many people know variations on the game and Continue reading…
posted on February 16th, 2012.
You see a flash.
You hear a crash.
Now all the lights are out, the t1 internet is down and the television doesn’t work.
The power may be out in your home but that doesn’t mean you have to spend the duration of the storm cooped up inside with nothing to do. We have a small list of exciting ideas for games you can play with the family to help pass the time. In fact, these games are so fun you might not even notice it when the power does come back on.
With a little light and a little imagination you and your family can have hours of fun making shadows against the wall and guessing what they are.
A good game that requires a lot of movement and a lot of imagination and not a lot of light. Laugh the hours away trying to guess what your opponent is trying to act out.
Form an idea of an object, fruit, vegetable, person, whatever and have your opponent try to guess what it is. The catch: they can only answer twenty yes or no questions to deduce what it is.
Remember, the fun doesn’t have to stop when the lights go out.
posted on September 12th, 2011.
Getting together with family and friends is an occasion that most people enjoy enormously. And what better way to spend an evening than talking and laughing with them over a game of cards? Many special memories are made of occasions like this that will be talked about for years to come.
There are so many different card games available to choose from that you many have trouble deciding. A lot depends on who is going to join in Continue reading…
posted on September 9th, 2011.
There are few more exciting activities for a vacationer than the hike. While it is certainly is possible to enjoy a good mountain hike in the summer months, the fall is the ideal season for it and not just due to the foliage, either. The fall presents the perfect climate to go walking for long distances without heat exhaustion and without having to deal with snow or ice. Why a mountain forest hike? Hiking up Continue reading…
posted on September 8th, 2011.
It is always helpful to walk your pets in the park. You can do this every once in a while. It doesn’t have to be done every single day when your pet goes out for fresh air. Parks are one of the most common places that pet owners bring their pets. You can take your pets for a nice stroll in the park at any time of the day. If it is for their daily walk, or just to get some fresh air, the park makes the perfect place for them. You can sit outside with them, and Continue reading…
posted on September 7th, 2011.
Disc golf, you say? It sounds fun and it is. This game is becoming very popular in the United States and is played in at least 20 other countries. Of course, there is a course to follow, much like regular ball golf. The lowest score wins, again like regular ball golf. But unlike regular ball golf, this is a disc game in which players toss discs into baskets or targets. This game seems to combine two previous well known games, Frisbee and golf. Who would have thought? Well, obviously some did! Continue reading…