You’d think the last thing kids would want to do after being stuck indoors at school all day would be to stay indoors when they got home; but time and again parents struggle to make sure their kids stay active and healthy, with plenty of fresh air. These outdoor toys can help give an extra incentive to playing outdoors, and help families make new adventurous memories together.
1. It's like having your very own playground in your backyard!
Bring the best parts of the neighborhood park to your backyard with this climbing dome. Holds 600 pounds so kids of all ages are welcome.
2. Take your sandbox play time up a notch.
Toy dump trucks can’t compare to this backyard crane for turning your sandbox into a professional construction site.
3. Nothing says "Summertime" quite like a water slide.
Beat the heat with this durable outdoor water slide; extra thick pvc construction ensure it will last all season.
4. You'll definitely want to keep this one out of the house.
Save cans, bottles, and garden produce for target practice; Daisy still makes the best toys that should really only be used while wearing eye protection.
5. Nothing says "it's been a great day" better than being covered in chalk.
Every neighborhood needs a mural, and with this bulk selection of chalk you can keep the creativity going strong all summer.
6. Everyone likes Connect Four, but everyone LOVES life-size Connect Four.
Move indoor favorites outside with this jumbo-sized version of the classic 4 in a row game.
7. Have the backyard the entire neighborhood is jealous of.
Turn your backyard into a home bouldering studio with these assorted size rock climbing toe and finger holds.
8. Once a classic, always a classic.
Get older kids active with this retro classic! Holds 80-160 pounds and is great for building balance and core muscle strength.
9. A neighborhood-wide water balloon fight is the stuff of legends.
All the fun of a snowball fight all year round; teach your kids about the element of surprise with this bulk pack of water balloons.
10. Kids will spend hours jumping on this bad boy.
Trampolines are better the more bouncers you have, and this 16ft model fits quite a few. With a 375lb weight limit mom and dad have been known to join in on the fun too!
11. Start training your All-American early.
This T-Ball set helps young children develop hand-eye coordination. There are different levels for beginners, rookies and “pros,” and grows along with kids as their skills increase.
12. You'll get the "Coolest Parent Ever" award after setting this up in the backyard.
This backyard zipline is great by day, but the light-up seat will make your home the most popular destination for sleepovers too.
13. It's the perfect activity to have for your next backyard BBQ.
Invite the whole family over for volleyball or badminton with this 32ft long net, great for warm weekends and backyard barbecues.
14. It's like having your own American Ninja Warrior course in your backyard!
Help young children and toddlers develop balance and coordination, with exercise equipment disguised as play. These balance blocks are great for indoor and outdoor play, making them good for all 4 seasons.
15. Your kids will spend hours practicing their perfect cast.
This beginner fishing kit lets your child learn to cast safely, then transitions to a real rod and reel when they’re ready for them.
16. Cue sign that reads "No Parents Allowed."
Convince kids who want to bring music, books, and snacks outside to meet you halfway with this hanging treehouse.
17. Add this to your balance block and you'll have little ninjas running around in no time.
Fans of popular obstacle course shows, and little Ninjas in training, will love getting to practice their winning run on these obstacle course monkey bars.
18. No one likes wet sand, make sure yours is always dry and ready for play!
Keep your sand box pristine and ready to play with this covered model from Step2Store. Large enough to keep beach toys safely contained and still have room to play.
19. Another straight up classic the kids are sure to love.
Bring back the classic fair games like 3 legged races and potato sack relays. This package of 4 sacks means you can run large teams all at the same time, adding to the chaos.
20. There's nothing like a sunny day spent outside flying a kite.
This oversized kite is great for teaching beginners the ropes; built for medium speed winds it’s a fantastic choice for parks and beaches, and is sure to draw a crowd.
21. This will no doubt keep the kids outside and practicing for hours.
If you thought they didn’t make these anymore, think again! Reminisce over the classics with perennial favorites like this sturdy built Unicycle.
22. Inspire the future generation of astronauts.
Get older kids interested in science with these fun outdoor rocket building kits; assemble and blast-off again and again!