3 Free Father’s Day Gift Ideas

Sometimes less is more and memories are the best gift. If you’re on a tight budget this Father’s Day, just remember the gift of family time together is invaluable.

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By Jessalyn Adams
Fish Ambassador

Maybe you’re on a budget or maybe you’re just tired of Dad losing the nice sunglasses you buy him on Father’s Day every year. Either way, here’s three ways to spend some quality time with Dad on his special day.

Go {Fish}
Pack up your fishing equipment, gather up some snacks, and check out our map to find the perfect place to wet a hook with Dad this Father’s Day. Fishing is a fun way to spend time together as a family while enjoying the outdoors. Start a competition to see who can catch the most fish or just kick back and relax. Not sure how to get started fishing? It’s as easy as these Simple 7 steps.

(Justin Broulliard)

Go {Cook}
Fire up the grill and cook a Father’s Day meal together with Dad. Put all the cooking tools and knives you gifted him last year to use and cook up Dad’s favorite food or try out a new recipe. Cooking together is a great way to bond and make special memories.

(Courtney Johnson)

Go {Explore}
Spend the day outside hiking, kayaking or biking with Dad. You can go to your favorite creeks and trails or make it a tradition to discover new places together. This is the perfect gift for the adventurous dad who loves getting out in nature. You get to spend quality time together and soak up the benefits of spending time outdoors.

Sometimes less is more and memories are the best gift. If you’re on a tight budget this Father’s Day, just remember the gift of family time together is invaluable.

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