We’ve been focusing on outdoor spaces on the blog this month (if you haven’t noticed!) and today is a fun one–all about lawn games! You’re never too old for a lawn game! Both Chris and I grew up playing games outside and so of course we love doing that with our friends and family.
Growing up, my family played a lot of bocce ball, and Chris’s family played ladder toss! Currently, our go-to game is cornhole, mostly because I’ve discovered I’m weirdly good at it. We brought it to the beach! That’s how much we love it and it’s also small enough to pack around. In our backyard we’re going to have a grassy area where I imagine we’ll play some croquet, bocce ball, cornhole and whatever else the heart wants! We found a bunch of lawn games that will double as fun and also aesthetic. Did your favorite lawn game make the list?
1. Game Quilt $70
2. Table Tennis Set $31
3. Badminton Set $36
4. Ring Toss $34
5. Giant Left Center Right $40
6. Tiki Toss $15
7. Yardzee $39
8. Wiffle Ball $42
9. Kan Jam $39
10. 4 Square Badminton/Volleyball $122
11. Spikeball $62
12. Cornhole + Tic Tac Toe $159
13. Ladder Toss $65
14. Bocce Ball $150
15. Giant Jenga $40
16. Croquet $79
You’re missing Finska/Molkky (same game, goes by two different names) – it’s THE BEST. You must try if you haven’t already! It’s deceptively much harder than you think but so much fun if you have a big group!
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