Summer is still here - The Best Party Games for an Outdoor Get-Together

Sep 04, 2018

The recipe for a great summer get-together is simple. Combine food, refreshments and a few friends. Shake it up with a few games that can be learned quickly. Here are the best party games for an outdoor get-together, from Timbercreek Communities.

Friends playing lawn games

Giant Jenga

Take a block from the bottom and put it on top. Repeat until it all comes tumbling down. Super size your Jega experience this summer. The stakes get higher as you build up. Get out of the way when it all comes crashing down! DIY your own version, or save some time and buy one.

Yard Yahtzee

Playing Yahtzee is a great way to spend a rainy day with your friends and family. It's even more fun when you play outside under the sun. Here are some simple step by step instructions to create your own Yard Yahtzee game.

Cornhole

Cornhole is a classic BBQ get-together game. All you need are some bean bags, and a few inclined wooden boards with a hole cut in them. You can DIY it with basic tools and skills, or buy one.

Ladder Golf

You probably don't have room to play a round of golf at your next summer get-together, but you probably have space for Ladder Golf. If you’re looking for a fun summer craft project you can build your own using PVC pipe, nylon rope and golf balls. Or just order a ready-to-use set online and enjoy.

Bocce Ball

Have you ever seen people playing Bocce Ball in the park? It's a lot of fun! It’s also an easy game to pick up, and a tough one to put down. All you need to get stared is a set of Bocce Balls and a flat patch of grass.

KOOB: The Viking Game

KOOB is destined to become the next classic get-together game. Check out this video to see how fun it looks! Order your set and prepare for battle!

 

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