5 Father’s Day Gift Ideas for Every Type of Dad

Jun 11, 2018

It’s almost time to celebrate Dads. Once a year, we get the chance to honour our fathers for all they’ve done and all they do. And while a tie or some Old Spice are always killer Dad gifts, a little thought can make the occasion extra special this year. For inspiration for ways shower your Dad with thanks, and let him know you care, Timbercreek brings you this list of gift ideas for Father’s Day.

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Man-Spa Treatment

The high end barber shop trend has inspired a ton of man-pampering products and services. From standard haircuts to straight blade shaves, beard oiling, neck massages and cigars, things have progressed since the candy-striped barber pole days. Treat your Dad to a pampering experience, and upgrade if possible to include a bourbon (or scotch) and a cigar. He’ll talk about it for the whole year. Check it out.

Gift Cards

Gift cards are small, plastic, and impersonal,  but they’re also small, plastic, and totally useful! There's a gift card for any dad -- LCBO, SAQ, Home Depot, The Keg, Canadian Tire, iTunes, Amazon, Bass Pro Shops, Walmart, Indigo, The Bay, Golf Town, Best Buy, Kobo. Need we go on? A well-chosen gift card is an excellent gift for your Dad.

Dinner and a Movie

Dates aren’t the only occasions for this classic combo. Pick up some ingredients for Dad’s favourite meal and prepare it yourself, or treat him to dinner at his favourite place. Follow up with his choice of movie, and make sure to get popcorn. Find out more.

Putting the Man back in Manicure

If you haven’t had one, you don’t know what you’re missing. While most often associated with female pampering, Mani-Pedis are magic -- plain and simple. From the functional aspect of nail cutting and cuticle removal, to the purely aesthetic nature of the whole thing happening in a massage chair, a Mani-Pedi should be something every Dad has the pleasure of trying at least once. Check it out.

Go-Carting

No, they’re not just for kids. Go carts are the closest thing to car racing grown men can get. They’re fast, you can ram into stuff, cut tight corners, fishtail: it’s all there for the taking. While downtown and/or indoor tracks can be hard to find, most cities have a least one centrally located location for your Dad to explore. Read more.

Timbercreek hopes this list gives you some ideas for creating a memorable Father’s Day this year. For more information about Timbercreek Communities in your city, please visit our website.

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