Get the gang together for some Hot tub family fun

If you’re looking for a way to spend more time together as a family and create some lasting memories, then a hot tub is a great place to start. It will help you relax and unwind after a busy day, but it’s also the perfect venue for fun, quality family time. So grab your swimsuit and towels, pour yourself a cool drink, take a seat and get ready to be inspired by some of our favorite family fun ideas.

Whether you’re watching your kid’s team play, hosting an outdoor barbecue, or simply relaxing after a long day at the beach, you’ll want to ensure that you’ve got plenty of entertaining activities planned for your family. Hot tub fun is one of those things that your kids will remember positively. It gives them a chance to have fun with their friends, it’s practical, and you can use it year-round. But what are the perfect ways to use a hot tub? Believe it or not, there are quite a few! We’ve highlighted some of the best here. Once you’ve tried some of these ideas, we’re sure you’ll want to put them into practice for yourselves and your family.

This quote from Joanna Goddard sums up the contents of this blog perfectly:

"A good way to make the most of your hot tub is to get more out of it–make it a fun and exciting experience for everyone."

Grab your kids, friends, and spouse, and enjoy the very best of the day with some enjoyable family fun in the hot tub. With so many ways to play, you can relax knowing that you’re creating some great memories along the way.

This is no time to be shy when spending time in your hot tub, whether with kids or adults. Here are some great group activities and ideas, along with little tips for cutting those sometimes-long hot tub cleaning times, to top it all off.

Hot Tub Family Fun Ideas

Play games in the hot tub

Thanks to waterproof playing cards, you can now play your favorite game in the water without getting it wet! These unique cards come in all shapes and sizes, from poker to gin rummy, and are the perfect way to add some friendly competition to your hot tub experience.

For creative families who love arts & crafts, get creative with chalkboard paint in your swim spa. Paint one or more of the seats with chalkboard paint so everyone can draw pictures and write funny messages. You can even use soap on the surface for an even better effect. Then wash away when you’re finished!

Have a family singalong

Who doesn’t love a few hours of karaoke? Grab a waterproof Bluetooth speaker, get everyone singing and have a great time in the hot tub. Just make sure you set your camera to record! You’ll want to share those memories forever.

The Hot Tub Hug

This is a great way to create a connection between each family member. The entire family sits together in the hot tub, all facing inward. One at a time, everyone gets up, meets the remaining family members, gives them a big hug then sits back down again. When each member has had their turn, you can start over again, going around the circle!

Hot Tub Movie Night

If you prefer a quieter evening, then why not take advantage of the big screen TV in your home and relax with a movie? Connect your laptop or phone to stream something from Netflix or Amazon Prime or if you’re feeling nostalgic, dig out those old DVDs that are gathering dust. Pop up some popcorn, grab some drinks and settle down for an evening of absolute comfort with the whole family!

The Family Talent Show

We all have unique talents that we love to share with others. Why not take a turn showing off your talent to the group by doing some singing, dancing, or comedy? Now, if you don’t have a talent…maybe you should sit this one out!

The time of year when kids have a bit of summer fun in the hot tub can be one of total family bliss. And expanding that hot tub family fun to include some other activities is an excellent way to make the most of the day. Spending time together will create strong bonds that last a lifetime, turning everyday moments into cherished memories. Have some other questions about the spa? Contact Us Now!

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