There's no one-size-fits-all list when it comes to what will make your old man's Father's Day complete.
Maybe the patriarch in your life is an adrenaline junky who wants to go mountain biking with his kids. Or perhaps he spends the majority of his time in the office grind and is looking forward to a hassle-free day. When it comes to knowing what your pop truly wants, you're the ultimate judge. However, we can offer some suggestions. Here are few activities going on in Ogden that might help you plan the perfect day with dad.
Treat your dad by bringing him up to Snowbasin Resort for an all you can eat BBQ feast at Needles Lodge! The feast goes from 12:30-5:00pm and you don’t need to make a reservation. There will be free live music from Dead Winter Carpenters at the base area and your meal includes a free gondola ride up to Needles Lodge. Snowbasin also has a nine hole disc golf course starting near Needles Gondola. There is no course fee, bring your own discs and play for free!
WOLF CREEK RESORT
Take your dad out for a scenic drive up the Ogden River Scenic Byway SR-39 on your way to brunch at Links Bistro. Brunch will be served from 9:00-2:00pm and reservations are recommended. After brunch, enjoy fresh mountain air while hitting a bucket of balls or playing a round at Wolf Creek Golf Course.
There are plenty of places to take dad in Ogden City. Enjoy brunch at Hearth on 25th, Pig and a Jelly Jar, Slackwater Pub & Pizzeria or Rooster's Brewing Co. After brunch hit a round of golf at Mount Ogden Golf Course or the Ogden Golf and Country Club. Or give the new disc golf course at Fort Buenaventura a go!
Celebrate Early, Celebrate Often
Stay away from the crowds on Father’s Day and celebrate early. Maybe hit Wiseguys Comedy Club for a bit of comedy with Spence Roper for a hilarious experience on June 14 or 15. Or check out the brand new location for Social Axe Throwing at 26th and Lincoln Ave!
Take dad out to the ballgame as the Ogden Raptors kick off the 2019 season with a home stand against Grand Junction with games every day from June 14-17.