Miniature golf. This activity doesn’t require you to be a pro golfer and helps to bond with friends and family.
Take a road trip. I know in most cases road trips are only fun in retrospect. Even if the trip is bad, it will be the most memorable, that is a guarantee.
Host a bonfire. Whether it is just you and your family or a huge party, bonfires are always the most exciting part of summer. Break out the marshmallows and chocolate and get this party started.
Rent a bike. Riding bikes are one of your fondest childhood memories. They help clear your head and connect you with nature.
Buy something from the neighborhood ice cream truck. Remember when you and your friend were hanging out and you heard that song that could only mean one thing: The ice cream truck! When you hear that little jingle you know it’s about to get lit. Keep money by your door so you don’t miss the sweet surprise!
Attend a festival. Who doesn’t love the rides and games and all the deep-fried foods you can imagine. Festivals are a must during summer vacation.
Bake a cake or any type of sweet. make festive vanilla cupcakes or even making a rainbow crepe cake to enjoy this summer.
Splatter paint! this activity helps you get in touch with your creative side. create any color combinations that feel right. When you are finished, show off your masterpiece to the world.
make root beer floats. All you need is root beer and vanilla ice cream to create this flavorful drink. Cheers!
Buy several flavors of ice cream and have an ice cream tasting. Invite your friends and family to try exotic flavors of ice cream to expand your palette.
Bonus!Pick up gardening as a hobby this summer. Nothing beats the taste of a fresh grown strawberry or a sun ripened tomato.