63 Things to Do This Summer

The first day of summer was officially last Friday, June 21st. Have you planned your summer bucket list yet? If you haven’t, don’t worry – there’s still time to start. I’m behind on mine, too. (Not surprising since I feel a little behind on everything these days!)

Below are 63 ideas to get you started.

Palm trees in Arizona.
  1. Take a summer walk in the evening.
  2. Go camping.
  3. Visit an amusement park.
  4. Fall asleep under a tree.
  5. Plant flowers or trees.
  6. Go swimming.
  7. Ride a Ferris wheel.
  8. Travel to a new state.
  9. See the ocean.
  10. Eat a s’more.
  11. Read a book in the shade.
  12. Drink lemonade.
  13. Wear a summer dress.
  14. Sip a sangria.
  15. Eat dinner outside.
  16. Watch a fireworks display.
  17. Sit around a campfire.
  18. Go to a concert.
  19. Take a road trip.
  20. Visit a quirky attraction in your state.
  21. Eat an ice cream cone.
  22. Go to a fair.
  23. Take a hike.
  24. Go to a yard sale (or five!)
  25. Browse a flea market.
  26. Download a summertime playlist.
  27. Sleep with the windows open.
  28. Feel the sun on your face.
  29. Get a pedicure.
  30. Pick up litter.
  31. Eat at a food truck.
  32. Go to a baseball game.
  33. Explore a new state park.
  34. Pack a picnic lunch.
  35. Drink a summertime beer.
  36. Go kayaking.
  37. Hang laundry out to dry.
  38. Deep clean your closets.
  39. Go fishing.
  40. Visit a botanical garden.
  41. Go to the drive-in.
  42. Take your car through a car wash.
  43. Ride in a boat.
  44. Get highlights.
  45. Eat a watermelon.
  46. Take a fitness class outdoors.
  47. Walk in the grass barefoot.
  48. Play a sport.
  49. Grill something.
  50. Birdwatch.
  51. Watch the night sky.
  52. Attend a food festival.
  53. Congratulate a graduate.
  54. Visit a farmer’s market.
  55. Eat a caprese salad.
  56. Take a bike ride.
  57. Go to a car cruise.
  58. Drink an iced coffee.
  59. Visit a water park.
  60. Buy a new swimsuit.
  61. Plant a garden.
  62. Swim in a river.
  63. Paint something: a room, a bookshelf, etc.

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