Who are the Backyard Buffs?

Our hope is that one day we will be the go-to source for games and outdoor activities for all occasions and times of the year. In a world where we have the capacity to pass hours looking at screens and scroll through feeds, we want to be the source that helps people find activities that draw them outside and interacting with each other. One day we’ll have lists of games and activities for every occasion; night time, winter time, summer time. All the time.

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DIY: Candy Cone Ring Toss

Halloween themed DIY—Candy Cone Ring Toss. Don’t go cheap on the spray paint like we did, or else you have got yourself a “Pinterest Fail”… see our photos for proof!

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Game Review: Glow in the Dark Bocce Ball

Bocce has been around since 5,200 BC but didn’t become popular until the Romans made it a recognized sport in 600 BC, but you didn’t come here for a history lesson. On a sidenote: current Olympic officials are considering making bocce an olympic sport. So, you could one day be an Olympian if you practice…

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Game Review: Tetherball

Tetherball. You know, that game Napoleon Dynamite slays. The game that you pretty much only play because you found it in someone’s backyard, or at the park, or on the playground. So why are we even rating it? Simply because it’s such a classic backyard game, of course.

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Game Review: Giant Jumbling Tower (Giant Jenga)

With just one box, it’s a bit short and doesn’t really meet the description of “giant” in our opinion. When you combine two, mid-game it can get closer to 6.5 feet tall! Either way, really fun for all ages, easy to transport, great for a backyard wedding game, bbq game, or a fun family night. We would highly suggest!

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Game Review: Kubb

People love it at every party, and it’s quick and easy to set up at parks for bbq’s, camping, etc. Great game for Junior High – Athletic Seniors. 🙂

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