50 Things To Add To Your Summer Bucket List

CAMPING WALKTHROUGHS NO. 6

With classes over, it might seem like the next three months stretching ahead of you will be endless. But as we all know too well, time flies when you’re having fun. That’s why it’s a good idea to keep a tally of all of the things on your bucket list for this summer. Even better: Make a list with your friends and have a competition to see who can check off the most items this summer. We put together a list of our own to help you get started!

 

Take a roadtrip.

Have a barbeque on the beach.

Play on a Slip N Slide.

Go camping.

Take an art class.

Catch fireflies.

Go on a hike.

Find the perfect seashell.

Go for a run on the beach.

Volunteer at an animal shelter.

Swing on a tire swing.

Swim in the ocean.

Read at least four good books.

Go geocaching.

Make rootbeer floats.

Participate in a scavenger hunt.

Tell stories around a fire.

Visit with a senior/elderly person for an afternoon.

Learn how to make fresh-squeezed lemonade.

Grow fresh fruits and veggies in a garden.

Visit someplace new.

Go stargazing in the country.

Have a water balloon fight.

Send a message in a bottle.

Make tie dyed shirts.

Fly a kite.

Play in a sprinkler.

Go blueberry or strawberry picking.

Go horseback riding.

Visit a farm.

Dance in the rain.

Make a new friend.

Learn a new skill or hobby.

Organize a 4-square tournament.

Visit a museum on a rainy day.

Do a cannonball into a pool.

Play beach volleyball.

Float in a plastic kiddie pool.

Host a dinner party for friends.

Make s’mores.

Catch an outdoor concert.

Watch fireworks.

Run a 5k.

Participate in a charity event.

Organize your pictures into a photo album.

Build a sandcastle.

Make fresh-brewed iced tea.

Take a boat ride.

Watch a sunrise and sunset in the same day.

Help another person when you don’t want to or it’s inconvenient for you.

Hayden West

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