Looking for outdoor games for adults or outdoor games for kids? Everything from classic outdoor games like capture the flag to giant outdoor games like Jenga, yard Twister, and more! This post contains affiliate links to products that I recommend. I also received some products for free for this post. If you purchase via one of my links, I may receive a small commission at no additional cost to you. Is there anything better than playing outdoor games with your friends and family on a nice day?
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Outdoor party games for adults can be hard to find sometimes, but any outdoor party game can be improved for an adult audience by simply adding alcohol! Here are 7 of our favorites, for day and night. The throwing team gets 1 point for knocking the bottle down by hitting the pole and 2 points for knocking the bottle off the pole without hitting the pole—the defending team can reduce the points awarded by 1 if they catch the knocked bottle before it hits the ground. Use lengths of tape or rope to make a tic-tac-toe grid on the lawn, then try to get 3 in a row using Frisbees, Cornhole bags, Croquette balls, even rocks—pretty much anything you have lying around is fair game! Play this game 2 at a time with the winner taking a penalty drink before taking on the next challenger. This is an upgrade of the standard toss-and-catch water balloon game. Instead of tossing the filled water balloon back and forth with their hands, 2 players use a beach towel to toss the balloon into the air and then the opposing team has to catch it.
Fun Outdoor Games for All Ages
Let the games begin! Need to cool down? Make your own dunk tank! The hotter the day, the more volunteers you'll have for the hot seat.
That you like party games that bring out the kid in us. That you like seeing your friends do odd things. Before you give any of the following games a go, here are a few tips you need to think about first, in your planning. Make sure you have plenty of space. This might be your backyard, a local park or a local outdoor room you can rent. This means locking away any overhanging doors, hiding loose cables and removing furniture and other obstacles. The objective of any game is to have a laugh. So brief your guests on this before you start, to root out any potential competitiveness.