Looking to spend some quality time with Dad this Father's Day? Discover great restaurants, outdoor adventures, awesome breweries and more in our Father's Day experience guide!
Is Dad outdoorsy?
Treat dad to a round at one of Howard County's world class golf courses:
- Turf Valley
- Waverly Woods Golf Club
- Fairway Hills Golf Club
- Hobbit's Glen Golf Club
- Timbers at Troy
- Willow Springs Golf Course
Or lace up your hiking boots with Dad and head out for some Father's Day Fun with the Howard County Conservancy at Belmont. A great way to get the whole family involved in the celebration, there will be fun available for all ages. Keep the adventures going and visit Centennial Lake or Lake Elkhorn for an evening of fishing with Dad.
Does Dad prefer a little excitement or competition?
Challenge Dad to a game of bowling at Brunswick Columbia Lanes located in Columbia & Ellicott City featuring 32 lanes, arcade games and signature drinks.
Suit up with Dad for a friendly game of lazer tag at Shadowland Laser Adventures .
Head to Terrapin Adventures for some high-flying fun on the ropes course, zip line and giant swing.
Work together to beat the clock at Breakout Games. Part problem solving, part adrenaline, and end-to-end fun Dad will love.
Is Dad into craft beer?
For the Dad who prefers a nice cold pint, get him on the HowardOnTap Craft Brew Trail. He'll discover brewpubs, up-and-coming farm breweries and much more about Howard County's quickly growing craft beer and spirit scene. Visit at least 4 stops along the trail and there's a souvenir glass in it for him.
Does Dad prefer to celebrate over a great meal?
From Sunday brunches to BBQ, you'll find the perfect place to share a Father's Day meal in Howard County. Check out our full list of restaurants here.
A few other options:
Catch a movie with Dad and drink some wine, join The Wine Bin for their weekly movie night on Saturday, June 17 at 9pm. Don't forget the popcorn!
Chesapeake Shakespeare Theatre's The Tempest opens at Patapsco Female Institute on Friday, June 16.
Aaron Neville performs as part of the Columbia Festival of the Arts on Sunday, June 18.
Photo credit: Ty Reamer