One of the main reasons for having an inground pool is for the sheer pleasure of entertaining friends and enjoying your family. However, we’ve reached that time of year where your pool is now closed and you’re wondering what to do to keep the momentum going?
The weather is getting cooler, and the leaves are changing. If you’re looking for some fall-centric party theme ideas, Hawaiian Pool Builders has you covered. We know you want to keep the friends and fun flowing, so we gathered a list of backyard parties for Fall.
Host a movie night: Gather lawn chairs and blankets and enjoy your favorite movie under the stars. With a simple projector set-up, you can turn your backyard into a movie theatre. Pick a family oriented classic and get your friends and neighbors to join you. Have everyone bring a snack to share or turn it into a potluck picnic.
Football party: Football and Fall go hand in hand. It’s always fun to support your favorite team by hosting a football-themed party. You can set your TV up in the garage with the door open so everyone can mix and mingle. Add some easy decorations supporting rival teams and everyone is sure to have a fun time.
Go camping: Pop a tent in your own backyard. Your children will have a ball sleeping outside with you. You could even invite another family or two to join in the fun. Grill some hotdogs and hamburgers, make s’mores, and play camp style games, all in the comfort of your own backyard.
Back to school: School may have started a few weeks ago, but you can still host an early evening fun night for your children, and their friends. Complete the look with a chalkboard, some fun books, applies, and some small school supplies.
Oktoberfest Party: You may not be able to travel to Germany this year, so why not host your own Oktoberfest party? The trick is to have plenty of pretzels and some good, German beer on hand. Add some traditional German music, and everyone will feel like they are in Germany. You could even make it a costume party with Lederhosen for the men and the women wearing their best Dirndl.
Harvest Party: A good, old-fashioned harvest party is fun for children of all ages. Make sure everything is decorated with fall-inspired decorations like pumpkins, leaves, and acorns. It’s also a great type of party for arts and crafts for the kids. You can add an apple pie tasting contest to the evening, because who doesn’t love apple pie?
Bon-fire: If your backyard is large enough, or you have a good fire pit, host a bonfire. Perhaps someone has a guitar so you and your guests can enjoy a nice night of a sing-along and s’mores. Cozy fires create the perfect setting for good conversation and lots of laughs.
We are sure you can schedule one, two, or more of these backyard fall parties into your fall nights before the Holiday season is here.