Father’s Day gift ideas have been on my mind over the past few weeks. My dad falls into the “I don’t want anything” category. But I can’t just ignore Father’s Day where my dad is concerned. Even though I’m sure he would tell me that it’s an honor to be a dad, I also know how hard he worked at his job and on the farm where I grew up. At 89 years old, he’s an inspiration to me on many levels. After stressing myself out on ideas for the dad who deserves it all but wants nothing for countless years, I finally decided to just hand-deliver a card and spend some quality time with him instead. And guess what? He loves that more than anything!
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However, I am here to help you with Father’s Day gift ideas for the dad or dads in your life who actually wouldn’t mind getting a gift or two. Last month, I provided some Mother’s Day gift ideas and heard from a few people who really liked the mix of products I highlighted. Therefore, I thought it was only fitting to do the same for Father’s Day!
Here are my top ideas for great Father’s Day gifts that are both affordable and enjoyable for years to come!
We have one of these water bottles and they are perfect to take outside on a hot afternoon or in the car. The color is masculine and I love the wood grain effect. The best part is the insulation of the water bottle, though. Your drinks will stay ice cold even in the stifling heat, but you can also pour hot coffee or tea in them during the cold winter months.
We love pulled pork on the barbecue and these meat claws are both great-looking and durable. If you have a dad who’s also the grill master at your house, these make quick work of shredding meat.
The fishing poles available when I was a kid have nothing on today’s updated versions. This one comes with a carrying case and all kinds of accessories. Plus, it has great reviews. It’s the perfect thing for the dad who likes to relax along the riverbank or lakeshore on weekends, always ready to catch a few.
I love these super-popular camping hammocks. You see plenty in campgrounds but also in your local parks and even on college campuses!
Our girls played softball in school and I can attest to those uncomfortable bleachers and cheap sports chairs. This chair is sturdy, comfortable, and even has some handy pockets. Where has this chair been all my life? There’s even a little side table for food. Perfect for the dad who likes to be the loudest at the kiddos’ games. It’s a great camping chair too!
This set is so distinctively handsome, I think it would make a great gift for groomsmen, too! With etched glass that’s lead and BPA-free and a mahogany finish, this is a set for a dad that loves bourbon or whiskey and wants to display it instead of hiding it away.
Pour-over coffee has been around for a minute, but its popularity has not waned at all since the craze first hit. This pour-over coffee maker is nice enough to keep out on your kitchen counter. If you know a dad who loves great coffee, he won’t be disappointed with this gift. Make it even more special by pairing it with a bag of his favorite coffee beans.
I hope these last-minute Father’s Day gift ideas help to keep your shopping time at a minimum while still allowing you to find a truly special Father’s Day gift!