10 MORE ideas to add to your Summer Bucket List

I guess I just have summer on the brain. There’s something so fantastic about the weather being warm, the long days and the short nights. I’m brimming to the top with all the things I want to do before the first leaves of fall…fall. So here are 10 more exciting, adventurous, and down right fun ideas that you just¬†need to add to your

Summer bucket list.

1. Stand Up Paddle Board

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2. Go to an outdoor Dance Party (or host your own)

And…stay up all night, until the sun comes up.

3. Start the ultimate water fight

Put a little bit of organization into this goal and organize the ultimate water fight between your friends, your neighborhood, your school, even your city! Divide into teams and let the war begin.

4. Skydive

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5. Take a spontaneous weekend trip

For once I’m going to tell you, don’t plan just do. Follow your instincts, grab your best bud and drive. If you are a super adventurous person leave your phone at home and unplug for a while. You’ll return re-energized and braver than ever!

6. Build the perfect sand castle… No sand Empire!¬†

Self explanatory, but I’d recommend investing in some quality tools. Always makes the building process easier than using plastic cups.

7. Eat the strangest food at your local fair/carnival

Such delicacies are only acceptable at the fair.For example, I head scorpion pizza is available at some fairs. Let me know how it tastes (I might pass on that one)

8. Ride the worlds tallest roller coaster

Measuring in at 456 ft, the Kingda Ka at Six Flags is terrifying, but what’s a summer bucket list if you don’t feel like you’re going to throw up every once and a while.

9. Hit a hole in one

(mini-golf counts)

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10. Crash a wedding

Step 1, watch wedding crashers. Step 2, copy wedding crashers

Feel free to add any of these images to your bucketlist.org profile. Visualizing how much fun you are going to have will guarantee to get you motivated to start crossing off your own summer bucket list. What are you going to do this summer?

Feeling Inspired?

Sara Ruthnum

Sara is the marketing and community outreach coordinator for Bucketlist.org. She is passionate about all things travel, culture and sports, and is excited to start knocking off some of her bucket list dreams in the near future. Connect with Sara by emailing sara@bucketlist.org or linkedin.com/in/sararuthnum. Check out Sara's bucket list here http://bucketlist.org/list/sara.ruthnum/