During a Lawn Games event, teams of 10 players are presented with up to 10 “challenge stations.” Each station offers a different sporty, physical challenge. Teams compete head-to-head over the course of one to two hours. Think 'Field Day' with a creative twist. Players build towers out of spaghetti, rocket yoga balls high into the air, and play a host of more well-known classic lawn games.
After the rousing conclusion of the last challenge, the Game Producer declares the overall winners! We present a trophy, shower the victorious team with glory and award them bragging rights redeemable until next year’s Lawn Games!
Make your own homemade golf clubs from empty wrapping paper tubes with sturdy cardboard cut-outs for the golf club head. (If you’re looking for , convert the process of making outdoor lawn games, such as homemade golf clubs and miniature golf course, into your family’s craft project.)
Here’s an important safety tip: Don’t use real lawn darts or even regular inside darts (or anything with a sharp point, for any of your outdoor games, for that matter). Lawn darts were banned from sale in the US in 1988 because they were responsible for the deaths of 3 children. But, substitute “safety” darts or even a bean bag and you can still play these same outdoor lawn games. Played individually or in , darts are thrown at a target, such as a plastic ring, 35 (or so) feet away. Landing anywhere within the ring scores a point.