Men can be hard to buy for, especially your dad. The most meaningful gift a dad can get on Father’s Day is time. Spend some time with him on Father’s Day and show him you care. Father’s Day is June 21 in 2015.
1. Take Him To A Travs Game
The Travs are playing Father’s Day at Dickey-Stephens Stadium, but season passes or even tickets to a game are a great idea. The Travs offer a few ticket plan options other than season passes, learn more here.
In celebration of Father’s Day, 1,000 baseballs will be given away and fans can participate in a pregame catch on the field! More »
2. Take Him To A State Park
Many state parks have something special going on for Father’s Day. Several have fishing events. A state park is a great way to spend the day hiking, fishing or picnicking with dad. More »
3. Take Him Golfing
Many dads would appreciate a nice, relaxing day of golf. Arkansas has many courses that are available to the public. The First Tee of Central Arkansas has a special passport that pays for course fees on many central Arkansas courses that would make a great gift. More »
4. Take Him to Museum of Discovery
Museum of Discovery is probably more for the kids than dad, but I’ve seen dads having fun there too. For Father’s Day, Museum of Discovery has free admission for dads from 1 to 5 p.m. with a paid child. More »
5. Big Rock Mini Golf & Fun Park
Big Rock Fun park is offering a free round of mini golf on Father’s day. They also have go-carts, an arcade and bumper boats. More »
6. Take Him On An Adventure
If your dad is adventurous, you can take him hiking, rafting, biking or even sky diving. We even have some great ziplines in Arkansas.
Pinnacle is offering father’s day canoe floats and lake cruises. A cruise isn’t white water rafting, but I’m sure you could convince dad that it’s the same general idea.
Arkansas also has lots of fun places to camp. That can be a real adventure. More »