59 Things For The Perfect Summer Bucket List For College Students
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59 Things For The Perfect Summer Bucket List For College Students

Make this summer one to remember.

59 Things For The Perfect Summer Bucket List For College Students

Coming home from college for the summer is for sure a nice break from school, but leaves us college kids wondering what to do with all of our extra free time we have now.

Here is a list of things you can do to make this summer one to remember:

1. Go on a road trip with friends

2. Climb a mountain

3. Go to a music festival

4. Take a trip to the drive-in movies

5. Go an entire day without technology

6. Read a book cover to cover

7. Go to the beach

8. Get up early and watch the sunrise

9. Learn to enjoy time alone

10. Go to the zoo

11. Make a new friend

12. Go camping

13. Travel to a place you have never been

14. Go night swimming

15. Make a healthy snack cookbook

16. Go to an MLB baseball game

17. Show your college friends around your hometown

18. Go golfing

19. Host a party

20. Go to a lake house

21. Take a trip to a nearby amusement park

22. Go to the farmers market

23. Visit a state park

24. Attend crossfit classes

25. Invest in a nice camera

26. Go to a lake house

27. Make a scrapbook

28. Make dinner for your family

29. Go to a country concert

30. Reunite with old friends

31. Eat from an ice cream truck

32. Visit your college friends

33. Go paintballing

34. Volunteer for a day of service

35. Have a photoshoot with friends

36. Get a summer job

37. Splurge on something you have wanted for a long time

38. Make homemade popsicles

39. Complete a 5K run

40. Have a picnic with friends

41. Go mini golfing

42. Catch a fish

43. Go water skiing/wakeboarding

44. Journal everything you do for an entire week

45. Attend a musical or play

46. Go on a family vacation

47. Try something new

48. Drive a jet ski

49. Visit a pet store

50. Attend hot yoga classes

51. Go eno-ing

52. Watch the stars at night

53. Take a lot of pictures

54. Make a paint-filled slip and slide

55. Binge watch a netflix show

56. Try cryotherapy

57. Have a bonfire

58. Do something spontaneous

59. Make your own bucket list!

Have a great summer. :)

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