During the next time you have a get-together outside, it might be fun to play a game that is good for outside (instead of a walk for the umpteenth time). We’ve already talked about a lot of games you can play, like the best two-player board games and the best board games for families. Here, we’ve rounded up the best outdoor games that Amazon users have praised the most.
1. Spikeball 3 Ball Kit
“Spikeball is one of the best lawn games ever made,” says one reviewer, listing the reasons why. “It is easy to take with you, set up, and play quickly.” People use the word “fun” a lot, and most people think this game is good for people of all ages. They say they’ve played with kids as young as 5 and adults as old as 65, even a pregnant mom. It’s a game like volleyball, but instead of the ball going over a net, the ball hits it and the other team serves. There are many people who say it’s a good way to stay fit. Many people also like how easy it is to take this game with you to a party. It’s fun to play this game on the beach, in the grass, and more places, but you need a lot of space to play. “Everything comes together quickly and easily, so it’s easy to move around!”
2. Win Sports Store 3-in-1 Giant Checkers and Tic Tac Toe
You can play checkers outside even if you’ve been playing alone for a long time or you’re teaching someone how to play for the first time. This huge kit comes with everything you need. This “rug size checkerboard” is great for “teaching young kids how to play the game inside or on the beach.” This is a good thing because they can take the rug and plastic pieces to the river without having to worry about them getting wet. A few even say that it has made outdoor, socially distant gatherings more fun. Some people say the large rug helps them “not be close to each other” while still having fun together. People lined up to play the winner of the last game and what I really like about this game is that you can also turn it over and play tic tac toe. This was a big hit at a party outside. In the same way that others who like this game’s low price point have said, “Well worth the money.”
3. GoSports Cornhole Pro Regulation Size Bean Bag Toss Game Set
Among corn hole boards, “this Cornhole PRO bean bag toss game set is what I’d call the best.” In a lot of reviews, the word “quality” is used a lot. Many people also like that these foldable boards are easier to move than wooden ones. Reviewer: “I have played on a lot of different sets in my time, and this one is up there.” You don’t want the boards to move around too much, but they’re not too heavy to carry for a long time. Many reviews talk about how easy it is to take this game to the beach or on a camping trip. This set of corn hole is also light enough to go to “Aruba and Mexico,” according to one person. You’ll be able to play for a long time no matter where you set up your game. During a lot of play, the boards and bags held up well. “The bean bags have not broken apart, even though they have been used on a paved parking lot!”
4. GoSports Portable PVC Framed Cornhole Toss Game Set With 8 Bean Bags and Travel Carrying Case
In the words of one reviewer: “This is not meant to be used in competition, but it’s great for recreational fun.” According to reviewers, this set is so easy to move that fun can happen anywhere because it is so small. According to a reviewer, this will make you “ready for a beach, a back yard, and a tailgate.” It’s easy to “take along and store” because it folds into a bag. “We have taken this to family barbecues and camping,” one reviewer says. “It’s easy to put together, and it comes in a small case that makes it easy to carry.” Other people said they loved the price. “There are a lot of more expensive options out there, but I’ll tell you, this does the job for a lot less money.”
5. Capture The Flag Redux: The Original Glow-in-The-Dark Outdoor Game
Reviewers say that this new version of capture the flag is great for kids to play. Some people say they bought this for their son’s 14th birthday. They all had a great time. From 6 to 14, as well as adults, “everyone played.” They say this is a great way to get kids moving. “The kids had a lot more fun with this than they did with flashlight tag.” Another parent said that this set is great for birthdays because it comes with a lot of different things. A parent: “My son got it for his birthday. We took it to a party with a lot of other kids.” “They played this when it got dark and couldn’t stop.” When it comes to games outside, you might think summer and games go together. One reviewer says that kids love this game so much that they play it all year long. “We play in a big field behind the kids’ school even when it’s cold.” People say that the kids just dress warm and wear mittens, and all the running around keeps them warm. They say it’s worth every penny if the price is a problem for you. “I was afraid to buy this game because of the price, but it’s worth every penny and more.” I bought this for my son’s birthday, and every time he brings it out, it’s a big hit. A lot of kids and adults are worn out and laughing when they come in. They say how much they love the game.
6. Bucket Ball Beach Edition
People who have played this game say that “basically, it’s a big version of beer pong.” Others say that alcohol isn’t required to play this game. “This game was easy and quick to learn, and it looked like people of all ages had a lot of fun playing it all night.” Some people say it’s not fun to drink while playing, but another person says that it’s “Super fun to drink outside playing, way more fun than Cornhole.” Also, they like that it comes with different balls so they can play anywhere. “ The bouncy balls work well on concrete for bounce shots, one person says. “The bean bag balls are good for underhand throws, and the oversized ping pong balls are good for a beer pong-style throw,” adds the person. “It’s almost like three different games in one.”
In the beginning, this game brings back memories of when we were on cruise ships. This one is played on the driveway. It doesn’t matter what else you have. You only need two cue sticks, pucks, and sidewalk chalk. Think of it as outdoor hockey, but with a twist.
8. Jump rope
My dad used to let me jump on the driveway for hours when I was a kid. It’s a great way to double-dutch and hop along while getting some exercise. As for me, I like beaded ones because they are usually longer and the beads make you know where to jump when they hit the ground. But braiding wired ones work just as well.
9. Yard pong
Known as bucket ball, this game has three balls of different weights for both beginners and experts. It comes with three balls of different weights. It’s like beer pong, but it’s more family-friendly. Plus, you can use the buckets to build sandcastles with them as well.