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3 Great Backyard Games for Your Home

Summer is the best time of the year, it allows you to spend time outdoors and take in as much sun as possible. To make the most of your summer this year we suggest you take on these three great backyard games for your home. Making sure you spend some extra quality time with your family and friends, enjoy all the little things life has to offer. 

1) Giant Tic Tac Toe

A classic that never fails! Tic tac toe is one of the most loved and enjoyed games of all time. Imagining playing an intense game of tic tac toe on a larger scale. Setting up a giant tic-tac-toe station in your backyard helps you secure a game for everyone in the home. It is something that everyone from the elderly to a kid can enjoy. As the concept and workings are so simple that anyone can play it. You may not speak the same language, or have a huge generation gap. However, a few fun sessions of tic tac toe can change it all! 

2) Backyard Bowling

Setting up a bowling station in your backyard is the best possible thing you can do for your home. Bowling is another classic that is loved and enjoyed by everyone. Meaning you can easily gather everyone in the family from a friendly backyard bowling match. You can set up the station yourself, or purchase an inflatable bowling set. Creating a large bowling alley in your backyard. One that can be played throughout the summer and enjoy even more with time. To make things more interesting we suggest you add your own little touches to the classic game.

3) Badminton

Backyard badminton is another family favorite that is perfect for families looking to add a little intense workout to the play. Especially those who do not might when things get a little competitive. Setting up a portable badminton net in your backyard takes a few minutes of your time but can ensure you hours of fun play with family and friends. An inexpensive yet fun-filled choice that can be played by 4 people at a single time. A fun way to determine who will be washing the dishes, cooking dinner, or folding the laundry in the days to come. Adding a little incentive to the mix never hurt anyone! 

Your backyard is your personal oasis, so why not set it up in a way that meets your family’s needs. These three ideas will help you get started, but these are just the beginning. Once you have settled on the idea of setting up your backyard with games, you can keep on switching them around to ensure endless fun.