If you’re scrambling for ideas for Father’s Day, why not treat him to a day of fun? I’ve rounded up five fantastic ways to spend Father’s Day in the northwest suburbs for all types of dads.
Arlington Park, Arlington Heights
Not only will dad be able to place bets on his favorite horse, but the whole family can boogie down to live music and enjoy fun family activities and crafts with the kiddos.
Dads that love to bowl and play retro arcade games
Level 257, Schaumburg
Dads bowl free at Level 257 with a purchase of an entrée, so go ahead and treat dad to lunch, or feast on their new brunch menu including a prime rib carving station, made-to-order omelettes, ceviche and more.
The adrenaline junkie dad
iFly Chicago, Rosemont
If the dad in your life loves adventure, head to iFly Chicago for indoor skydiving fun. Watch him as he stays afloat and experiences the adrenaline-charged sensation of skydiving free-fall without actually leaping out of an airplane. Dads can also visit the sister location in Naperville. Different options are available, just in case you want to share the excitement with dad.
Dads with fantasies of being a knight who love to eat with their hands
Medieval Times, Schaumburg
Head to the castle in Schaumburg where dad will be treated like a king with a feast and action-packed sword fighting. What could be better than that? Fathers are free on Father’s Day. Get more details here.
Dads who like to golf without the lengthy golf game
Top Golf, Wood Dale
If dad needs to practice his golf swing, head to Top Golf where he can get his game on! Challenge dad to see who can score the most points by hitting specified targets while munching on tasty appetizers and grabbing a cold one.