Five Fun Ways To Celebrate Father’s Day In San Diego
June 8, 2018
Father’s Day is just around the corner and Dad’s sock drawer is already overflowing and it’s very unlikely that he needs another necktie. Realistically, your dad probably wants nothing more than to just spend time with you and the rest of the family. Fortunately, there is no shortage of fun dad-friendly activities you can do for Father’s Day in San Diego.
So, what are the best ways to spend time with your everyday superhero on his special day? Here are our ideas:
1. Take Him On A Father’s Day Sail
Indulge dad’s love for history and let him enjoy a unique sailing adventure care of The Maritime Museum of San Diego. Celebrate Father’s Day aboard the Californian or San Salvador and sail around San Diego Bay. Perhaps dad would be interested in trying out how to haul a line or man the helm? Don’t forget to treat Dad to porky delight from the Carnitas’ Snack Shack. We’re conveniently located right next to the Maritime Museum!
2. Just Enjoy The Beach
What was your Dad’s fave beach hangout during his younger years? La Jolla? Torrey Pines? Pacific Beach? Grab your beach towels and bond with dad at the beach spot of his choice. Go swim or surf together. Let him take a walk down memory lane and listen to the stories of his beach adventures.
Think you’re ready to challenge dad to a friendly game? Now is a perfect time! Bring him to his favorite golf course and enjoy quality time together. If you’re lucky, he might just let you win! Don’t forget to make a reservation.
4. See A Game
Is your dad a die-hard baseball fan? Have a blast and enjoy all the action with him and the rest of the family. Head out to Petco Park and honor him on a Father’s Day theme Padres game on Tuesday, June 19. Rooting for the Padres while snacking on Carnitas’ Bacon Wrapped Hot Dog is a great way to challenge dad.
5. Drink And Dine
No matter what you do, don’t forget to fill Dad’s tummy at the end of the day. Bring him to Carnitas’ Snack Shack and enjoy drinks, great pork-centric food, an amazing view and a good conversation. Don’t be afraid to get a little cheesy and let him know how you appreciate everything he has done for you since you were a tiny tot. Nothing says “I love you, Dad” like good food can.