Summer is right around the corner for some of us. Summer may be making an appearance for others. Regardless of whether you’re in the midst of summer or are counting down the days until it arrives, we have some tips and ways to make your backyard fun this summer.
Chances are your children, have been beating down the door in anticipation of being able to be outdoors. They want to ride bikes, jump and play and run through the yard with the family dog. They just want the fresh air and warmth – don’t we all?!
Ways To Make Your Backyard Fun This Summer
Here are some of our favorite ways to have fun with our children and family.
- Go swimming. Whether you have a large pool or a kiddie pool, spending time in the water is just plain fun.
- Get a trampoline – in-ground or above ground – they are both fun and kids love them. Rebounding aka jumping on a trampoline is a great way for adults to get in shape.
- Set up a stage. If you have children who love to show off – and don’t they all! – set up a stage and have each child perform his or her own talent for the group.
- Go wild with outdoor toys. Jump ropes, balls, croquet, bocce balls, pools, bicycles and more add to summer fun.
- Take a walk. Get reacquainted with the neighborhood or take a short drive to a new spot and have a picnic.
- Hopscotch is always a favorite. Draw one, put prizes in the various spaces and prizes at the end for everyone!
- Set up a craft table.
- Make or buy a sandbox and add in a lot of sandbox toys.
- Set up a swing set or slide.
- Set up a tent. The children can play in it all day and you can have an outdoor sleep over that night.
What fun activities would you add to this list?
Look for a reputable dealer for your trampoline — no matter the style. Talk with them and look at their online reviews. Talk with him or her and ask questions about the buying process based on your unique needs.
Call us if you have any questions about trampolines — inground or above ground — give us a call! We can answer any other questions you have about a trampoline purchase — inground or above ground.