For Rad Dads: Father’s Day Gift Guide
Good old dad. The man who tossed you too high into the air as an infant to your mother’s chagrin. The man who pulled you out of school to go get ice cream. The man who taught you how to ride a bike and was right there to catch you when you fell. Fathers and father figures are fantastic men who make invaluable contributions to their children’s lives from infancy through adulthood. You can count on them to be their when times get tough, and they always know how to cheer you up with an endearing dad joke.
Dads are great, and Father’s Day is a special observance in America and around the world to celebrate dads for all they do. This year, Father’s Day falls on Sunday, June 18, which will be here before you know it. Don’t get caught slipping because the holiday snuck up on you. Dads deserve their flowers too. If you’re not too sure what to gift the special dad in your life, you’ll be glad to know that Tybee is teeming with perfect presents for pops. Take the guesswork out of your Father’s Day shopping with this curated gift guide.
Get hooked on an offshore fishing adventure.
Fishing is a fatherly pastime that they usually share with their children as soon as they’re dexterous enough to cast a line. Fishing at a local pond is cool but going deep-sea fishing is awesome! Take your dad on an offshore expedition with one of our fantastic fishing charters. Be sure to bring a camera so you can snap a picture of your proud dad with his big catch!
Spice things up with Inferno Tybee.
Plant-based papas aside, most dads love meat. And sauces, seasonings and rubs from Inferno Tybee will take any cut of meat to the next level. If your dad likes it hot, then he’ll be glad to receive some spicy sauces and ridiculously-good rubs from Inferno. Many of their products were even featured on the hit YouTube show “Hot Ones,” so if your dad’s a fan, some bottles of their tongue-torching sauces will make an awesome gift. Inferno also sells their own brand of premium cigars, which smoking dads will love.
Get rugged at River’s End.
Some may say that the trappings of conventional life tend to drive men away from their primal nature – you know, hunting for food and all of that. A good way to help them reconnect with that nature is to have an old-fashioned camping adventure. Providing dad with an opportunity to unplug from everyday life and escape to the great outdoors will make for a Father’s Day to remember. And you can do just that at River’s End Campground. They have RV sites, cabins and primitive tent sites available for reservation with several amenities, like swimming pool access and free WIFI, included. If the dad in your life is an outdoorsman, he’ll love it at River’s End.
Enjoy some laughs at a comedy show.
Treat your dad to some belly-laughs this Father’s Day at a BOGO Comedy Show taking place at the historic Tybee Post Theater. Starting at 4 p.m., the show will be a hilarious afternoon featuring not one, not two, but three nationally-renowned comedians. Collin Moulton, Brandon Vestal and Nick Hoff will deliver side-splitting sets that’ll have you cackling even after the show is over. And again, it’s buy one, get one, so you can get a free ticket for dad when you purchase yours. VIP tables are also available. Find all the details here.