March until late September is for everything outdoors. From fishing, camping, and even trips to amusement parks. Not every summer activity involves leaving your home, though. As long as you have friends, family, (beer helps too), and the right outdoor games, you can turn your backyard into the ultimate getaway. It looks like inflatable dart boards will be a hit this year.
It's the year of giant games. From CROSSNET, giant Jenga, and inflatable dartboards, everyone will be lining up at your home for fun get-togethers. Big Sky's giant inflatable dartboard set is the best way to play darts when you don't have a man cave to lounge in.
This giant dartboard inflates with an electronic air pump, and luckily for us, it comes with one. Get competitive and play against your favorite family member. The game set also comes with three orange darts and three yellow darts.
- Great team building game for kids and adults
- Blow up is easy. (Use an electric air pump)
- Heavy-duty PVC material
This is perfect for birthday parties and family reunions. Also, consider it as an activity for team-building fun. If you're the mom who loves hosting parties after the kids' sports game is over, you know exactly what will get them back on their feet for some outdoor fun.
What's also great about this jumbo dartboard game is that it's not just limited to the park or backyard. Since it's inflatable and high-quality, this dart game can float. If you have a swimming pool, take it in the water!
I can see why many people won't let little ones play darts, but this darts game allows people of all ages to enjoy a good game of darts without sharp objects.
This inflatable dartboard game is available on Amazon.
Grab the interactive game today and get to planning your first backyard party of the summer! Kick the bounce house to the curb this year for a new inflatable game.
Be sure to check out inflatable slides and inflatable cornhole at Rare.us for never-ending backyard fun, and check out Amazon for inflatable football, magnetic darts, inflatable soccer dartboards, kick balls, and more.
This post was originally published on February 25, 2020.