Looking for something fun to do with your dad or the family over Father’s Day weekend?

Well, Steamboat Days in Winona is where it’s at. A wide range of activities for the whole family to enjoy makes Winona a great place to spend the entire weekend together, as a family! Show them around the beautiful city in which you will, or currently, attend college and enjoy Steamboat Days, which runs from Wednesday, June 15 through Sunday, June 19.

A few of the scheduled events being held throughout the long weekend are a BMX bike show, craft fair, parade, the play ‘Shrek’, a pancake breakfast, concerts, and last but not least, a spectacular fireworks show.

Although a craft fair might not be as appealing to a 7-year-old kid as it is to teenage girls and their mothers, there are tons of fun events planned for kids such as constant rides, a kid’s fishing contest, a treasure hunt, a kiddie parade and the Kids Power Pedal.

Car show in downtown Winona during steamboat days

Photo retrieved from Pinterest.com.

However, the fun doesn’t end there. Winona is a beautiful city with endless opportunities for outdoor entertainment. Therefore, there is more to do than just the scheduled events throughout Father’s Day weekend.

Maybe you wish to have a relaxing weekend with your family and desire a nice walk around the Winona Lakes or a picnic in the park. Maybe you are a bit more adventurous and want to climb to the top of Sugar Loaf with your dad or go kayaking down the Mississippi.

The opportunities for entertainment and a good time with your family over Father’s Day weekend are endless in the city of Winona. If you are stumped as to what to do over Father’s Day weekend with your family, fret no more. Winona is the place to be!

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Erin Kloepping

Erin was the Blog Manager before she graduated in 2019 with a BA in Communications and minors in Mass Communications and Training and Development. Erin is from Brodhead, WI and her interests include visiting unique coffee shops, collecting all things vintage, traveling and filmmaking.

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