Lawn Curling

  • Tape (or paint if on grass)
  • any type of small ball

  1. With some tape, you'll make the bullseye on the ground that's used in curling (outdoors you can use paint on the grass).
  2. Ideally, you want to be standing about 12-15 feet away from the curling ring, so if you have a larger yard or a longer hallway in the house, those are the spots to do this.
  3. After you make the rings, grab a few balls and curl them down the lawn/hall. Typical curling rules apply - so whoever can get more balls closest to the centre of the rings wins!

This activity is brought to you by Camp Northland, an overnight camp based in Haliburton, Ontario with a 100+ year tradition of creating memorable summer experiences for children and teenagers from Southern Ontario.

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