Try These Fun Family Activities This Spring

A father and mother ride mountain bikes together with their two small children.

We are days away from the official start of the spring season on March 20th. We don’t know about you, but we’re so excited for warmer weather to arrive, as there are so many fun activities we’ve missed doing the past few months. If you’re in need of some ideas for how to enjoy this amazing weather with your family, then here are our top five favorite spring activities.

Ride a Bike

There’s nothing more fun than riding your bike through the crisp spring air. If you have bike trails near you and are up for the challenge, then try them out. If you don’t have any nearby, then enjoy riding around your neighborhood.

Grab Your Camping Tent

If you’re looking for an inexpensive option for a weekend getaway, look no further than your camping tent. Grab your tent, some marshmallows, and a lantern and you’re ready for a weekend of good times. Head towards your nearest campground or pitch the tent in your own backyard if you would rather stay close to home.

Dance in the Rain

Life is too short to not play in the rain every now and then! Have everyone grab their rain boots and head outside during the next spring shower.

Go to a Farmer’s Market

Find out when and where your local farmer’s market is taking place, and plan a shopping trip. There’s nothing quite like fresh produce, and we love to support locals. Also, this is a great opportunity to teach your kids all about produce as you walk through the market.

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Plant a Garden

It’s time to plant flowers, so get your kids involved! It is always nice to have an extra set of hands, and they will love getting dirty in the soil. You’ll be able to admire your handiwork all season long as it grows and beautifies your yard.

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