Top 5 Father's Day Destinations in the USA
After celebrating Mother's Day, it is time to honor to all the hardworking and loving dads out there. This year, Father's Day falls on June 18 in the US. There are many ways you can make your dad feel special. It could be as sweet and simple as greeting him on the phone or as grand and fun as throwing a big party for him.
Fun ideas for this Father's Day
If you still haven't decided what to do or what to give your dad this Father's Day, then why not consider taking him to a place that he can enjoy? We know you know best, so here is a guide to some perfect getaways. Book a cheap car rental with VroomVroomVroom and check out our list of top Father's Day destinations in the USA below.
Head to Las Vegas (Nevada) and party like a rock star
Did your dad give up his party lifestyle for your family? Let him experience being young, wild and free again by taking him to Vegas. You can also arrange a getaway for him with his close pals just like in the 2013 film “Last Vegas” which featured Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman, and Kevin Kline. Sin City isn't all about crazy parties and casinos, there are other activities that your old man can enjoy including CSI: TheExperience at the MGM Grand where he can play a crime-solver for a day. You can also challenge your dad with a game of beer pong at the PBR Rock Bar &Grill.
Discover and enjoy the amazing beers in Portland (Oregon)
If your dad is more of a beer drinker than a wine lover, then the best place to take him is at the Oregon Garden Brewfest at the OregonGarden. Imagine 70 breweries pouring over different kinds of beers, meads, and ciders accompanied with live music and great food – now that must be heaven for all fathers. You can also hop in the Portland BrewBus which offers four-to-five-hour tours of selected breweries in the area. Burn all those calories from drinking beer by heading to the North Portland Sunday Parkways where you can join the bike ride with the other locals.
Wine and dine in Napa Valley (California)
Based on a research conducted by Canadean, men are more likely to be wine buffs, searching for high quality and new drink experiences. If your father or hubby is a wine drinker, then the best place to take him is Napa Valley where you can find some of the best wines in the USA. There are various fine wines waiting for you to try as you enjoy the breathtaking scenery of the California Wine Country - and Cheers to Wine can definitely help you do just that. Another popular thing to do is the ride on the Napa Valley Wine Train Wine. If you have more time to spare, check out the cool classic cars at the Annual Father's Day Auto Show, too.
Explore popular attractions in New York City (New York)
A place every father should visit is New York City because it has almost everything you could ask for – sports, food, and attractions. If your dad is a huge baseball fan, then make sure to take him to the Yankee Stadium where he can catch an exciting game of the New York Yankees. After the game, your dad can indulge in prime steaks at the NYY Steak or have a sip of his favorite cocktail while listening to some music at the Hard Rock Café. Of course a trip to New York won't be complete without taking a selfie at the Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and other iconic sites. Purchase a NewYork CityPass to save up on entrance fees.
Enjoy a romantic Honolulu (Hawaii) sunset
If your dad is the romantic type, then arrange a second honeymoon for him and your mom in Honolulu. You can always tag along with your siblings, but make sure to give your parents some space to rekindle their love. There are many hotels and restaurants in Honolulu that offer buffets and other all-you-can feasts including Chef Chai's lobster and king crab legs buffet. There are also several steakhouses in the city where you can treat your meat-loving dad. Your hardworking dad deserves some pampering too so treat him with a massage at Massage Envy Spa.
There are many more wonderful destinations in the USA where you can take your dad or hubby on Father's Day. For more suggestions, please share them on the comment box below.