Let’s acknowledge Dad for all he does throughout the year. Carpools don’t drive themselves, you know! Make memories with Pops by experiencing something new together. No matter if he’s an outdoorsy-type, gamer dude, foodie or sports fanatic, we’ve put together an easy list of activities you can do with Dad throughout all of June. Father’s Day is June 18, but Dad deserves more than a day! 


California Canoe & Kayak – We can’t think of anything more freeing than experiencing open water. Take Dad out for a kayak ride in the Pacific Ocean. No need to be an expert, even the most novice kayaker can enjoy the water and wildlife. Situated at top of the Pillar Point Harbor boat ramp in Half Moon Bay, the harbor area is an excellent venue for a wide range of sea kayaking activities, including beginning to advanced kayak classes, stand-up paddle (SUP) classes, guided tours, and corporate team building. 


Half Moon Bay Golf Links –Open to the public with two courses available, Half Moon Bay Golf Links is a picturesque setting of seascape and mountains. The 18th hole of the Old Course has been designated as among the top 100 holes in America. Ocean Course offers a view of the ocean from every hole. The three finishing holes are on the bluffs above the Pacific Ocean. The oceanfront course requires accuracy and skillful shots.


Fishing at Oyster Point – Enjoy a quiet day with Dad. Oyster Point Marina/Park is one of San Mateo County's most exciting new recreational facilities, with something for everyone. Pack a lunch and make use of their 300-foot fishing pier.


Foodie Adventures – Take Dad on an adventure! Explore districts of San Francisco in a new and different way. You never know, Dad might surprise you with his knowledge of the City. Choose from The Mission, North Beach/Chinatown or Chinatown tours.


San Francisco Giants – Take him out to the ball game! There is nothing like a day at AT&T Park, a classic urban ballpark with an old-time feel and all the amenities of modern ballparks. Enjoy breathtaking views, a wide variety of food, and an 80-foot Coca-Cola bottle with playground slides.


Sky High Sports – Challenge Dad to game of dodge ball!  With all-trampoline floors and all-trampoline walls, you can free-bounce and do tricks all day. Unlike home trampolines, their specially designed, spring loaded frame offers more give when landing. All frames and springs are covered by 2 inch thick safety pads. With 360 degrees of trampoline walls and court supervisors, there’s no falling off this trampoline.