Wooooo! It’s time to celebrate the groom to be with a bachelor party!!
Bachelor parties are known (in the movies) to be a wild & adventurous night out on the town with the fellas.
But what happens when a bar hop isn’t what you’re looking for?
Here’s a clue, you don’t have to sit at home twiddling your thumbs. You can still have a blast.
Listed below are 14 bachelor party alternative ideas that you can do to have an awesome bachelor party without a bar.
This is a literal game night. If the groom is a lover of sports then what a better way to celebrate than going to an actual game.
Get tickets to an in-season game or maybe even box seats.
Or enjoy a low key round of bowling or golf.
Hit the waves by getting on the water. If you’re near a body of water why not give surfing a try.
If you’ve never done it, it may be hilarious to try for the first time with friends.
You can take a road trip to anywhere. But try to make it stand out. Go see a hall of fame, visit Atlantic City, see the largest world’s largest baseball bat, visit storm chasers in tornado alley.
Pack up your gear & head out for a weekend camping trip in the woods.
Hit the slopes for a weekend of snow sports. Both snowboarding & skiing are a thrill. Especially with a group of friends.
For a more laid back challenge, you can rent a few tables or even a room at your local pool hall. Turn the entire night into a winner takes all challenge!
Bring Super Mario Kart to life but getting on a real go-kart track.
Step outside of the box, or the plane for this one. Look into a skydiving session with the guys. It’s sure to be a truly unforgettable experience.
Gaming lounges are popping up everywhere. They basically a video game Mecca where you can play your favorite X-Box of PlayStation game with multiple friends in the same room.
If you don’t have a gaming lounge in your area then arcades are the next best thing!
Have you ever been paintballing? It’s messy, intense, & fun.
Of solving riddles & figuring out challenges is fun for the groom then an escape room is what you what.
Every scenario is different but the concept remains the same. You’re locked into an area & must solve a series of clues to get out.
One of the latest trends on the scene is axe throwing. You can rent an area for a block of time & get taught on how to throw axes. Then you practice on your own.
One of the great things about this, is that it’s usually BYOF. Bring your own food. Which means in between lessons (or competition) you can mix & mingle.
Rent A ATV
Get outside & get dirty by riding off-road. Gather a group of guys together & rent some ATV’s or dirt bikes. Most rental companies will have suggestions of where to ride or even their own track for you to ride.
You may not be interested in a bar hop but that doesn’t mean you need to miss out on food.
Create a lineup of the restaurants in the area that you want to try. It could be,
- Unique restaurants
- Diners & dives
- Extravagant restaurants
- Taco places
Then for bachelor party day you can eat something from each place.
Whatever you decide to do, make sure it fits the groom’s personality.
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