And in the blink of an eye, we’re welcoming warmer weather, sunny days at the beach, water activities, spontaneous trips, and sunsets with open arms. To kick off the new month, I am sharing 30 things you can do in June.
Make you sure have a full take of propane, grilling season has begun! Pineapple and veggie kabobs are on repeat over here.
Grab some ice cream from a local shop.
Today is World Bicycle Day! Grab your bike and go for a ride at your local state or metro park.
Happy National Cheese Day! Put your skills to the test and create an epic charcuterie board, or a low-key charcuterie board for dinner tonight.
It’s National Trails Day. Why not venture outside and go for a hike on a new trail?
Flowers are blooming and produce is growing, head to a local farmers market and grab some goodies.
Get out on the water and kayak, paddleboard, or canoe.
Give your besties some love today, it’s National Best Friends Day! Send them a little snail mail, drop off a gift on their porch anything that works to show some love and appreciation today.
Drive-in movies are still going strong, and one of my favorite ways to enjoy a flick. Don’t forget to pack a bunch of snacks.
Have a picnic in the park. You can go traditional with sandwiches or get creative with a charcuterie board.
Get your flippy flops out and celebrate National Flip Flop Day. Or go grab a new pair, because who doesn’t love cute new shoes?
Plan a camping trip. I look for campgrounds that are close to water sport rental places and have good hiking.
Catch a sunset on the beach.
Visit your local zoo, or skip town and check out a different zoo. I am excited to see the new polar bear at the Detroit Zoo.
Make homemade popsicles.
Hit the road for a day trip somewhere new. Bonus boats if you make it to the lake.
Find a new you trail and go for a hike.
Drop that bobber in the water, and watch it go up down as you wait to catch a fish on Go Fishing Day!
Go horseback riding.
Celebrate, the first day of summer has arrived. Take a trip to the beach or rent a cute paddle boat at a metro park (that’s my plan). Just get out and enjoy those summer vibes.
Give an outdoor workout a try.
Have a bonfire, and make s’mores.
Grab brunch from a restaurant you’ve never been to before.
Go berry picking.
Now that things are opening back up, it’s time to get back to the ballpark and root for your favorite team.
Spend the day being a tourist in your city.
Get up early and watch the sunrise.
Do something you haven’t done before—go ziplining, take a hot air balloon ride, go sky diving, surf, kayak, paddleboard…the possibilities are endless.