Make Father’s Day unforgettable with these great gift ideas

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If giving dad a round of golf is no longer equal, how will dad play disc golf?

“I started 30 years ago and I have watched the sport evolve over the last 5 years,” said Mark Kilmer, World Champion Singles Player. “Through COVID, this is one of the only sports you can come and play. The disc manufacturers couldn’t keep up. “

In disc golf, there is no need for a ball or club. And with over 200 courses in Washington State, dad’s boobs are closer than you think.

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Our next gift idea for dear old dad will have him with his head in the clouds; The Kenmore Air flight toured Washington’s most famous volcanoes.

“We’ll basically take off from Boeing Field. We’ll fly an hour and a half. We’ll go down around Mount Rainier, take a tour around Mount St. Helens. We should go back around Rainier Again. , let’s see the other side and work our way back to Seattle,” said Captain Scott Kanlyn with Kenmore Air.

Seeing two of our state’s most iconic sights from the sky makes for a flight unlike your father’s ever had.

RELATED: Scenic Flight Over Mount Rainier Offers More Than Just Sights


Does your dad like beer? Then take him on a winery tour to Skagit County.
Terramar is a beer factory opened at Edison in 2019. Housed inside a turn-of-the-century building, the meeting room pays homage to the past. We say their amber is not to be missed.

In Mount Vernon, District Brewing has several options including beers made with experimental hops. Their beers also have clever names like Act of Citra and Buzz Light Beer.

Less than 2 miles from Farmstrong Brewing & Taproom, dads can enjoy pilsners and IPAs inside the taproom or outside on a giant, kid- and dog-friendly patio where live music plays out once a week.

Finally, if your dad got Pac-Man fever as a kid, he might enjoy a day in Centralia. Insert Coin is a video game that was opened last year by Keli and Dan Coleman, who were already attached to classic video games when they met.

“Because we’re all the kids of the little kids, of the ’80s,” Keli said.

With over 100 classic and new games to play, you’ll be through a quarter before you’ve played them all. It also has a full-service restaurant and a bar with a wall of self-filling beer with 26 taps.

Dan said: “We had someone take the kids home and come back and have a date night.

So don’t get extra stuff for dad. Treat him to an experience he won’t soon forget. Make Father’s Day unforgettable with these great gift ideas

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