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25 Outdoor Activities Fit for Large Families Fun activities large families can enjoy together throughout the year. By. Wendy Rose Gould. linkedin; Wendy Rose Gould is a lifestyle reporter with over a decade of experience covering health and wellness topics. Learn about our editorial process.

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Because our kids need us to be COMPLETELY present with them — plus they need vitamin D3 (the sunshine vitamin)!The first Sunday in August is National Kids Day. And, since the day was designed to encourage us to spend more meaningful time with our children, we thought we’d help you plan a bit (for any family day!) by suggesting a bevy of outdoor activities the entire family can enjoy. So, gear up and dust off the cooler, your fun outdoor ideas are being prepared for you right now!Finding outdoor games to play that encourage family fitness gives Mom and Dad the perfect excuse to revisit some of their childhood favorite games, too.

Some of our family’s favorite activities that combine exercise with the outdoors include hula hooping, playing tag, and jumping games. Find a Fitness Park. The first most appropriate idea it would seem like is finding a fitness park. Now some may have more substance than others, but in the end, having that open park where you can perform all types of activities will be great for outdoor fitness.

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Plus, family activities and fitness at an early age can go a long way toward helping children form healthy habits for life. But don’t expect your kids to understand or even care about those. Giant Outdoor Connect Four. Connect Four is a classic family game for all ages. Now you can take the fun outside with an oversized version of the game that stands three feet tall.

It’s made to stay outside being weather and pest resistant, and it gives kids a fun but calm activity to focus on when they need a little break from running around.

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Specific activities include outdoor recreation (e.g., birding, hiking, bike riding, canoeing, softball) and indoor activities (e.g., ceramics, painting, aerobics, weight lifting, racquetball).

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Activities at first occur close to home (Cub Scouts, Brownies), but take older children farther afield for hikes, overnight camping trips, and out-of-town sporting matches.

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As adults, they maintain high levels of participation in these types of activities—outdoor experiences such as camping, hiking, swimming, skiing, ice skating, playing a musical instrument or engaging in arts and crafts; going to amusement parks and movies; sightseeing and attending sports events.

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Join kids in active play—perhaps hike together as a weekend outing, ride bikes after dinner, play a quick game of catch or hopscotch after work, clean up a local nature trail, knead a loaf of bread, try a rock-climbing gym, or take an active vacation (perhaps with hiking, swimming, or skiing).

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Family reunions, school picnics, birthday parties, and church functions all use picnic shelter rental programs to hold recreation events.

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My parents were avid golfers and our vacations often included hiking, biking, and fun outdoor activities.

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If children have quality activities available both indoors and outdoors, it will only be on rare occasions that any activity will be oversubscribed, or that any area will be completely devoid of children.

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My parents are avid golfers and our family vacations often included hiking, biking, and fun outdoor activities.

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• Include children’s friends in family activities (e.g., hiking, skiing, swimming).

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If the children will be outdoors, supervised games such as volleyball, softball/baseball, kickball, tennis, or relay races may be organized.

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  • Whole family should be involved. To often, it is the PARENTS, (often overweight) that are most in need exercise.
    Kids in my neighborhood, have inspired me to get in shape, and I’m 57 y.o.!