• Tell Your Friends

There’s nothing quite like gathering with friends and family during a holiday weekend and engaging in some “friendly” games of cornhole/bean bag toss, horseshoes and croquet. (I say “friendly” because we all know backyard games can secretly become pretty intense.) The best part about all of these yard games is that they can be easily handmade or bought on a budget. Check out some of my favorite finds, then click on the images to find out how you can bring the fun to your backyard.

Croquet

Backyard Games - CroquetGreen Wedding Shoes

Cornhole / Bean Bag Toss

Backyard Games - Cornhole

Backyard Games - CornholeHGTV’s Going Yard

DIY: How to Build a Regulation Cornhole Game

Ladder Toss With Bean Bags

Backyard Games - Ladder TossLandee see, Landee do

Lawn Jenga

Backyard Games - Yard JengaK.I.D. Collective

Bocce

Backyard Games - BocceStyle Me Pretty

Horseshoes

Backyard Games - Horseshoe PitThis Old House

Backyard Twister

Backyard Games - TwisterYou + Me

What Labor Day festivities do you have planned? Share your ideas with us in the comments below.

MORE FUN BACKYARD IDEAS FROM DESIGN HAPPENS:

FILED UNDER:

DIY, Entertaining

5 Responses

  1. Okay, maybe I am a little competitive but I just love that chalkboard for keeping score outside.

  2. Connie says:

    Good ol horseshoes.

  3. pixelecho69 says:

    There is so much to do outdoors all you have to do is relax and enjoy your family.

  4. Stephanie says:

    How about some good ol' washer toss – http://www.bigbouncefunhouses.com/home/view_produ

  5. […] are being abandoned. Boots are slowly being pulled out of the back of the closet. Use this long Labor Day weekend as a time to toast to the end of the season with fruity and refreshing libations. Celebrity caterer […]

Leave a Reply

Kayla KittsKayla Kitts is an editor for HGTV.com. You can find her doing at least one of the following: shopping for home decor at local vintique stores, picking out produce at...

READ MORE

Latest Pins on Pinterest

  • That's a wrap for our Kitchen and Bath Hour. If you love

  • Designer Sarah Richardson placed two large wicker baskets

  • Freestanding storage is a great option if you frequently

  • To really maximize the storage in your kitchen, put unused