Outdoor Games Perfect for Boots & Hearts

The Best Outdoor Party Games for Boots & Hearts 2015!

 

When you’re not rocking out with the biggest country stars on the planet, you may want to try some of these outdoor party games!

 

Washers

Washers is played by two or more people. The game field consists of two washer pits, each containing one recessed cup positioned a specific distance apart, toward which players throw washers to score points. This game is totally addicting and is easily learned by everyone!

Washers

Ladder Golf

Ladder Golf is played with 2 or more players or teams. Each player has 3 golf ball bolas. A bola is 2 golf balls attached by a nylon rope. The object of the game is to wrap your bolas around the steps of the ladder. The ladder consists of 3 steps, a top, middle and a bottom step.

Ladder Golf

KanJam

KanJam is a frisbee game, played with a flying disc and two cans in which you deflect the disc before it lands in your bucket. Boys, this one’s for you!

KanJam

Cornhole

This game is a country classic and almost everyone on the planet knows how to play. This is a great game to play if you wanna get a tournament going between campsites! Cornhole can be played as doubles or singles. Toss the bean bags at your opponents board and try to score point by landing it in the different valued holes.

Cornhole

Frisbeer

Ah yes, saved the best for last! Caution, Frisbeer is very addicting and a great way to meet your neighbours. Invite them over for a friendly game, you’ll be instant buddies! Place some empty cans on top of the poles and have at er! Try to hit the pole or the can. Call “fish out of the water” on somebody if they don’t have a beer. To play defense as your opponents are throwing, without reaching in front of your pole, catch the bottle and frisbee before they hit the ground.

2 points: the can hits the ground
1 point: the frisbee hits the ground (a catchable throw isn’t caught)

Frisbeer

All these games are available for purchase in outdoor stores, online or if you’re feeling handy you can make most of them yourself! Bring one of these to Boots and you’re campsite will be the “IT” spot all weekend.

Cheers!