Build Memories This Fathers Day

Fathers Day is right around the corner, this year it’s Sunday, June 18th so what will you do to celebrate Dad? We could put together a list of the 10 best hikes or waterfalls or 10 must see sights in the Carolina’s but what we know for sure is that anytime you make time to get out in nature you are creating opportunity for adventure, getting away from electronics and potentially strengthening relationships. Do you want some ideas for how to make it a truly memorable day, that costs you little but leaves you with priceless memories? We suggest that Dad might enjoy time spent together over any material thing like a tie, socks, golf balls or another mug. While those things are nice, and it’s the thought that counts, why not do something adventurous together, something you’ll both enjoy. If Dad is young or still young at heart we think there is something for everyone in the great outdoors. Take the “old man” for a hike to a beautiful destination like a waterfall, a wonderful panoramic vista, a mountain summit, or just a simple walk through a park or wooded forest or a walk along a stream.  In the Carolina’s there are literally thousands of options available with varying degrees of difficulty.  Pack a lunch, don’t rush it, let the trail perform its therapeutic magic as you share the experience together and build memories that will outlast any material thing you could think about getting for Dad.  We have several spots on our website that you could use for ideas but our list is by no means complete.  If you don’t find that perfect spot on our website or you don’t live in the Carolina’s, take to your favorite search engine and find something out there to do together.

Build memories that last this Fathers Day

If you end up taking Dad out for a hike, drop us a comment below and let us know all about it.

I am the co-founder of HD Carolina. I also started several other service based companies in North Carolina. I am also a musician, photographer, wine geek (WSET Level 2 in Wines Certified with distinction), computer nerd, and lover of all things cool. Most importantly, however, I am a husband, father, and very proud (newly minted) grandfather.

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