4 great ideas for a Father's Day getaway

If you have a father that enjoys travel or needs a vacation, one of the best gifts a dad can receive for Father's Day is a trip with his family.

4 great ideas for a Father's Day getaway

1. Go camping

One of the best ways to enjoy Father's Day in the outdoors is to go camping.

  • Do some research about camping destinations nearby, then pack up a tent, tarp, sleeping bags and food supplies.
  • Enjoy a weekend away in the peace and quiet of nature, or include fun outdoor activities like fishing, hiking and roasting marshmallows over a campfire.

2. Go on a fishing trip

Lots of dads love to fish, so why not plan a trip to enjoy this activity with dad?

  • Do some research about the best rivers and lakes for fishing, then book a trip to the area.
  • Make sure you have the proper fishing permits and equipment, then surprise dad with the plans.
  • Find a nice motel or hotel nearby, and the family can enjoy multiple days of fishing and soaking up the sun.

3. Go golfing

If your dad's the kind of dad that enjoys golfing, consider a golf vacation for Father's Day this year.

  • Look up some of the best courses in your area, then reserve a tee time for your dad.
  • Consider inviting some of your dad's golfing buddies along.
  • Many popular golf areas have lots of hotels that offer joint room and golf packages, or discounts for a more budget-friendly option.

4. Go on a wine or whiskey trail

Throughout the world, there are many areas that feature wine or whiskey trails — or routes that trace along an area that has many distilleries or vineyards that you can visit.

  • Do some research about trails in your area, then load up the car and go enjoy the visits.
  • Offer to be the designated driver so that dad can enjoy his visits, or consider renting a hired driver and a hotel nearby to enjoy the escape without worrying about how much you drink.

Take a little time to plan a little getaway this Father's Day and make it a wonderful weekend celebrating Dad.

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