The days are getting longer and after the year we have all had, who doesn’t want to hit the road and get away from it all? We all deserve a break, so take a time out to celebrate by taking a camping adventure with Dad this Father’s Day.
If you’re lucky enough to be living in a region that’s able to get around and travel, Father’s Day is the best time to make the most of it! Make sure you pack the fishing rods.
If you live in separate households but are able to meet up for a trip together, this might be nice too. Multi-generation trips are great fun and a nice way to change it up a bit if you have been spending a lot of time apart.
A backyard setup can be just as fun if you’re not able to get away this year. Set up the BBQ or a fireplace and share a special meal together. You might even be able to set up a tent or caravan in the backyard and camp out for the night!
Why not try something other than socks and jocks this year? There are so many wonderful caravan and camping gadgets that you can choose from, for all budgets and travel styles.
A lot of camping retailers will deliver, so if you can’t get to the store or you live away from each other you can still arrange a special surprise. Tell him the next camping adventure with Dad will be extra fun with the help of some new toys!
This is a good tip whether you go on a camping adventure with Dad or not.
If you’re planning a trip away together, you can make it extra special by booking something that you may not normally do. Try booking a fishing charter or a special local restaurant. And if you aren’t able to get away together just yet, you may like to book something for the next time you are able to take a trip together.
If Dad is off on an adventure without you, you can still make his trip extra special by booking something nice for him to try wherever he might be going.
Father’s Day is all about remembering the special moments you might have shared over the years. Your next camping adventure with Dad can be a great opportunity to take lots of photos!
Create something that helps remember these special times together on caravan or camping trips. Perhaps make a photo book of holiday snaps or you can also get great personalised items that are a bit quirky. Think about coffee mugs, stubby holders or calendars. These are also great gifts that you can send across if you are unable to spend time physically together.