Fun Wooden Games for Dads This Fathers Day – MUST HAVE FUN

June 16th – Father’s Day

What are your plans this Father’s Day?  I know we plan to have fun and play games – all sorts of games!  Check out these high quality wooden board games by Across The Board!

 “Across The Board games are handcrafted wooden tributes to classic games that are designed to get families together,” wrote The Grommet, an online marketplace of innovative new products. “And they are made to last for many years of game night fun…you’ll find attractive, well-made wooden boards that are crafted with a keen attention to detail. And we bet you’ll also find lots of kids and grown-ups who want to play them again and again.”

Got a Kentucky Derby or Preakness fan? Bring the excitement of the racetrack to the kitchen table or rec room with Maple ($96) or Walnut ($116) Horseracing Game. Each lovingly handcrafted set includes a horse racing game board, velvet bag containing a pair of dice, deck of cards, and 11 numbered horses. The boards are indeed solid wood, weighing several hefty pounds!

The game I have is the Horse Racing Gametop Game.  This one is perfect for us – a little smaller (no wooden box underneath) which makes it perfect for us to take back and forth with us when we go camping.  We are always looking for great games to have fun at the campground especially when the weather isn’t so great.

Best of all this is a simple game to play and have fun with – Line up the horses at the starting gate, deal the cards and begin rolling the dice to scratch horses and start building your “pot”. The remaining horses race to the finish line. Hold the winning horse’s card and you win!

These are the highest quality handcrafted horseracing board games available. The game board is a wood veneer playing surface built for longevity. Metal eyelets are inserted into each hole to protect the game for decades of entertainment. Breathe easy, the game is finished with an environmentally friendly water- based clear acrylic. All horseracing games include a deck of cards, pair of dice, eleven numbered horses and directions.

This board weighs about five pounds – and will hold up well to just about anything.  Enjoy!

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