By: Trevor Bowden
Happy Father’s Day! Whether your dad is a golfing fiend, fishing fanatic, or adrenaline junkie, the “Hub City” has something for everyone. This Father’s Day, treat dad to a weekend of food, fun and entertainment at a few of our favorite dad-friendly places in the LBK!
The Rawls Course
Start the weekend off by teeing up at the highly-rated Rawls Course at Texas Tech University. This 18-hole, public links course boasts a challenging game, making it one of the best golfing experiences in Texas. No matter your skill level, both you and dad are sure to enjoy your time on the course! Not sure you want to spend a day on the greens, but still want to take a swing at the tee? Click here for more golfing options in Lubbock, Texas!
The Historic Dunbar Lake
If dad loves to fish, grab some bait and throw a line in at the beautiful Historic Dunbar Lake. With over 250 acres of water, fishers of all types – whether you prefer to paddle around the lake to cast from the shore – will find what they reel in from the Historic Dunbar Lake will be the catch of the weekend!
Pro tip: stop by Mountain Hideaway for all your fishing and outdoor needs. From flies to the top Lubbock fishing insider secrets, this local outdoor fitter will have you well equipped for a day on the lake.
Tackle your need for speed and race dad on the go-kart tracks at Adventure Park. Through twists and turns, it’s a heated race to see who will come out on top. Is dad an adrenaline junkie? Be sure to hit up their incredible ziplines to experience thrills from the sky!
For dinner, give dad a break from the grill and visit Triple J Chophouse to be treated to deliciously marbled steaks, delectable craft beer and exciting live music. Located in downtown Lubbock, this local business is the perfect spot that is sure to impress your favorite guy.
Dads that go above and beyond in their role as a parent deserve to be celebrated! Show us how you experience Father’s Day weekend with your pops in the 806 on social media using #LiveLoveLubbock!
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By: McKenna Dowdle
By: McKenna Dowdle