As Summer quickly approaches and the COVID-19 restrictions are getting lighter, we wanted to put together a few fun things you can do with your loved ones on a warm summer night. Below you can find a few ways to turn a basic summer night into a magical, entertaining one. Grab some friends and family and give these activities a try!
1. Go for a late night drive
Nothings better than driving around in the night listening to your favorite songs with the windows down. Summer is the prime time for late night drives, especially with good friends. Grab a few people, pile in the car, put on some tunes, and drive around town.
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3. Sit under the stars
Summer nights are the perfect time to lay outside and stare at the stars, covered by the blanket of night. Grab a few pals and lay outside on a blanket to observe the stars and their patterns. Maybe try to find a constellation or two for some added fun!
4. Have an outdoor movie
Warm nights are a prime time for outdoor activities. Lay a bunch of blankets and pillows down on the ground and post a sheet on a flat wall. Grab a projector and stream a movie onto the sheet. Do not forget the snacks; popcorn is an essential for a movie night! If you do not have a projector, you can also set up a laptop on a table and watch with your friends.
5. Watch the sunset
Summer sunsets are elite, with warm weather and a bright, colorful sky! Sit outside or try to a scenic location and watch the sky shift colors with those you love. Take some amazing pictures with a beautiful background and show your friends just how perfect the night was!
6. Camp in your backyard
We know it might sound silly, but this is a perfect activity for people of all ages, especially when you do not want to spend the time or money traveling to a campsite. Pitch a tent in your backyard and grab the family for a fun night of camping. Build a fire, roast some s'mores, and tell each other stories around the campfire. This is guaranteed to be a night to remember, and may even become a tradition.