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Spring Bucket List For Families – Over 60 Ideas

Spring is here, and it’s the perfect time to try new things with the people you love. This spring bucket list for families has over 60 ideas to keep you occupied all season long. 

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After the long winter, the whole family begins to itch for outdoor adventure. A great way to ensure that your children get some fresh air this season is to create a bucket list filled with fun spring activities. If you don’t know where to start, this post will show you the perfect way to kickstart your day.

Whether you’re kids are adventurous and looking for outdoor activities, creative, or hungry, this bucket list for spring will have you covered. As soon as the weather turns, everyone starts to hunt for reasons to head outdoors. Here are some of the best places to visit on a sunny day and to celebrate the arrival of spring. 

Spring Bucket List Ideas

  1. Buy some fresh flowers
  2. Have a picnic in the park – we love to go to Central Park
  3. Visit a playground
  4. Meet up with some friends
  5. Attend a baseball game for your favorite home team
  6. Visit a local farm
  7. Play frisbee
  8. Go for a bike ride
  9. Get new plants for your flower bed
  10. Learn how to skateboard
  11. Find a rollercoaster and ride it – we head to Coney Island for this kind of fun
  12. Sit under a cherry tree
  13. Go on a camping trip
  14. Visit the zoo – we love to visit the Bronx Zoo all year long
  15. Visit outdoor gardens – we enjoy the New York Botanical Garden
  16. Buy fresh vegetables from a farmstand
  17. Eat some homemade fruit pie
  18. Take a day trip – New Yorkers typically head to Roosevelt Island, Governors Island, Far Rockaway Beach, or upstate 
  19. Fly a kite
  20. Play outside with the kids
  21. Play outside LIKE a kid
  22. Fill up your entire sidewalk using outdoor chalk
  23. Buy some new, bright clothing
  24. Enjoy the sun
  25. Eat some ice cream
  26. Attend the free outdoor events your town has planned each weekend
  27. Find a free community event and attend it
  28. Go for a long walk during the sunset
  29. Blow bubbles in the wind
  30. Find a rainbow
  31. Find a four-leaf clover (or try to)
  32. Visit local farmers and stock up on fresh supplies
  33. Go for a hike
  34. Clean your backyard/patio and get it ready for guests
  35. Have your first BBQ of the season
  36. Make a flower crown
  37. Visit a new museum
  38. Visit a National Park
  39. Go bird watching
  40. Make a bird feeder
  41. Do an outdoor DIY project – here’s one with a squirter and some paint 
  42. Plant a spring garden
  43. Celebrate Earth Day
  44. Spend the day eating from food trucks
  45. Search for cherry blossoms
  46. Plan a spring break vacation
  47. Stargaze at night
  48. Dance in the rain
  49. Enjoy some outdoor yoga
  50. Grab some children’s books and find a shaded area. Get reading! 
  51. Visit a flea market
  52. Get a car wash or do it yourself
  53. Make a strawberry salad 
  54. Have a garage sale
  55. Decorate your house for spring
  56. Surprise a neighbor and fill up their driveway with beautiful drawings
  57. Spring cleaning
  58. Visit a butterfly garden
  59. Seek out live music
  60. Eat brunch with friends
  61. Go to the zoo – here’s a zoo scavenger hunt printable 
  62. Go to a carnival when it heads to your town
  63. Host a brunch in your house
  64. Get professional photos taken
  65. Print out this nature scavenger hunt
  66. Pick out funny shapes in the clouds

During the warmer months, it’s so important to get outside. You will have a wonderful time while enjoying the warm weather. One of my favorite things to do is head to farmstands and pick up fresh produce out East. It’s about an hour’s drive from our house and we make a true adventure out of it. The spring months call for us to explore! 

Looking for more bucket lists to comb through? Here’s a few more to consider for the rest of the year:

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