Make-Your-Own St. Paddy's Day Fun on the Road
Mar 15, 2021
Hop in your Fleetwood RV and use this fun list of ideas to have a DIY St. Paddy’s Day Celebration on the road.
Games Anyone Can Win
Let luck rule with this St. Patrick’s Day Bingo set. Though it’s allegedly “bar bingo” the content is kid-friendly. And if you want to make sure the family enjoys the sights along the way, make your own card featuring things things they might see out the window during the drive.
Cookie Decorating Kits
Need an easy distraction while driving? Gather the kiddos around the RV table and let them decorate their own festive, ready-to-eat cookies! Grab a few kits from Edible Impressions bakery, or look for an independently owned bakery in your area!
Festive Drinks For Everyone
Though the grown-ups might want something a little stronger (and decidedly less colorful), the kids will get a kick out of drinking something green for the occasion. Kool-Aid’s Sour Jammers Snappin’ Green Apple pouches are a guilty pleasure of ours, but there’s no shortage of options to choose from.
Screen time for the whole family
If you need to keep your kids distracted on the drive to your destination, there are a handful of Irish films for the whole family. Our current favorite is the stunningly gorgeous animated Wolfwalkers, which promises an hour and 42 minutes of peace and quiet.
Go Where It’s Greenest!
The perfect destination for your St. Patty’s day getaway? A nearby National or State park. Surround yourself with the spring green of nature, and if you need a little “me time” after that long drive, send your kids on a mission to find you a four-leaf clover.
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