It’s that time of year again when the holidays begin lining up all over again. But this post happens to be about those guys in our lives that have always been there for us. Our father’s. So this year you can get prepared early with some of these ideas on where to take your Dad on Father’s Day.
The Brickyard Crossing
Voted in the top 100 American public golf courses by Golf Digest and Golfweek, the Brickyard Crossing is the perfect place to take Dad for a day out on the greens. Here you can schedule a tee time at several different rates, depending on what you both are looking for. The restaurant and catering are available and they have a Pro Shop that you can visit as well. If golfing is your Dad’s favorite pastime, then this is the place to go. On their website you can take a virtual tour of the courses and even schedule your tee time.
Speedway Indoor Karting
If the weather takes an unexpected turn, Speedway Indoor Karting could be the answer. They offer various styles of karts for adults and kids, a Big Foot kart, hand controlled karts and two seater karts. The facility houses two seperate tracks. The first is a European style, multi-level track for those who want a challenge. The second is a banked oval track that’s sure to give you an adrenaline rush. Their two-story American Bar & Grill is also worth the trip as well. Visit their website for more information and to book your times.
On Father’s day weekend, Friday to Sunday, you could go and enjoy one of three baseball games against the Red Sox at Victory Field. You can even schedule an hour long tour that takes you through the highlights of premium seating, service level, ground level, clubhouse and training room and much more. To book your seats in time for the game, check out their website today.
BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse
Are you looking for a place to enjoy tasty food, great beer and a good atmosphere for Father’s day? This restaurant and brewhouse could be your solution to a great lunch or dinner. Although this one is located in Greenwood, there are more scattered throughout the state, such as Bloomington and Fort Wayne. Check out their website for their menu and what beers they have on draft.
Royal Pin Entertainment
Rent a lane and watch the pins fall at Royal Pin Entertainment Western. Here at this bowling alley you can enjoy Cosmic Bowling, which is the traditional way of bowling except that it is glow-in-the-dark themed with music, lighting effects and fog machines. It is guaranteed to give you that cosmic atmosphere that you all can enjoy. Head on over to their website for more information or to reserve a lane.
Salt Creek Golf Retreat
Nestled in the rolling hills of Brown County, this golf course isn’t just any old golf course. Here you can stay and play in their lodge. It also sits against Brown County State Park and is a five minute drive away from downtown Nashville where you can shop and then eat in some of the best little restaurants. The golf course even has their own sports bar called The 19th Hole. Here you can do more than just golf. There’s lots of adventures waiting. Check out their website for more information or to book a tee time.
Wherever it is that you choose to take Dad on his own special holiday, the most important thing is being able to spend time with one another. So to all those Dad’s out there, a very happy father’s day to you. Where are some of your favorite places to spend the holiday? Let us know in the comments.