3 Last Minute Father's Day Gift Ideas

Father’s Day is this Sunday.  For the wonderful fathers in our lives, we have put together a short list of last minute gift ideas for those of you wanting to go beyond the usual gifts of neckties, socks or coffee mugs.  

1.     Lawn Maintenance or Clean-Up

Lawn Maintenance

Of course, we think this is one of the best things you can give to all the hard-working fathers.  Giving them the gift of lawn care is really giving them more time to do what they really want to do.  What can be a better gift than giving dad his evenings and weekends to do what he wants to do? 

Vista Landscaping can create a custom maintenance program that is is economical, effective and long-lasting.

Lawn Clean-Up

If dad's yard needs some attention and care, give him the gift of “Yard Clean-Up”.  Vista will come out to his yard do the lawn mowing, edging, pruning, trimming, weed clean-up and re-mulching.  

Contact Vista or email us if you would like to learn more about this gift idea. 

2.) Offshore Fishing Adventure

Give dad the gift of fishing with the best!  Fish with Vista’s favorite Captains at Mexican Gulf Fishing Company (MGFC). Fishing with these guys is a guaranteed fishing trip of a lifetime. You can buy MGFC eGift Cards online and print them right away, with no shipping charges! eGift Cards can be redeemed when you make an offshore charter reservation online or by phone. A gift card purchase is good for one year from the date of purchase.  Gift cards can be used with any of their captains, for charter trips of up to six passengers.

Click here to learn more about buying a gift card for the chance to have a once in lifetime fishing trip with Mexican Gulf Fishing Company.

3.) Man Crates

A "Man Crate" is full of all of the things men love and comes in a sturdy crate he has to actually open with a crow bar. No ribbons, no fancy wrapping paper – just a a crow bar and a crate.  Man Crate offers 96 different Father's Day gift options, including a our favorite “Whiskey Appreciation” Crate and the  “Bacon Crate”.  Visit www.mancrates.com