The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi are coming to a close, and there’s no better time to show your Olympic spirit than now. Throw a Winter Games get-together in your RV to celebrate all of the fun you’ve had watching the Olympics the past few weeks.
Hold Your Own Games
Your family and friends are probably in the competitive spirit after watching so many great events, so why not hold your own Olympic Games competition? Whether you’re throwing a party for kids or adults, there are tons of games you can play to get everyone involved in some friendly competition.
- If you’re in a cold place and there’s still snow on the ground, hold a snowball throwing contest. Instead of getting everyone involved in a snowball fight, have them compete to throw the ball the farthest or the most accurately. If you don’t have snow, using balled up pairs of socks and a little bit of imagination will still be fun for your kids.
- Hold a relay race inside or outside your RV. Have your competitors place a styrofoam ball (to symbolize a snowball) on a spoon as they compete in the race. If anyone drops the “snowball” they must start over.
- Your adult friends may not be excited to get as cold and wet as the kids, so an Olympic trivia contest held indoors can be the perfect way to get your grown-up friends in the competitive spirit too.
Awards and Closing Ceremony
Don’t forget to award the winners of each competition with a gold medal. These can be easily made out of cardboard and ribbon or even purchased at a number of craft stores. And if you’ve invited a lot of little campers over to take part in your RV Olympics, hold a closing ceremony for your games and invite their parents over to watch.
Specialty RV Sales
Here at Specialty RV Sales in Lancaster, we’re in the Olympic spirit too. Don’t forget to stop by and see us for all of your RV parts, service and sales needs whenever you’re passing through Ohio, and please tell us your stories about how you enjoyed the 2014 Olympics in your RV this year.
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