Father’s Day is this weekend—just a few cold beers and a dozen corny jokes away. If you’re planning to celebrate Father’s Day this Sunday with the dad or father figure in your life, we’ve got you covered. Below, we’ve listed destinations handpicked for six specific dad-like archetypes—doesn’t Dad deserve a getaway?

The Fisherman — Big Sky, Montana


Celebrate Father’s Day in Montana, a world-class spot for outdoor recreation—especially fishing. The rivers, streams, and lakes are flooded with trout and ample opportunity to snag a fish alongside your pop. If you and your father figure aren’t seasoned fly fishers, choose from a variety of lessons at local outfitters around Big Sky for a true bonding—and maybe even competitive––experience.

The Beach Bum — Punta de Mita, Mexico


A trip to Punta de Mita is a great choice to feed an ocean-loving dad’s yearning for sunshine and sandy shores. This secluded paradise perfectly pairs walks on the beach and an ice-cold cerveza. Embark on a deep-sea fishing trip then seek out a local restaurant to cook up your catch for dinner. Plus, you can stay with Inspirato at our newest addition, Las Maravillas.

The Sports Fan — Boston, Massachusetts


If you’ve got a ballpark-loving dad, the St. Louis Cardinals are playing the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park on Father’s Day Sunday. Whether you’re chowing on a hot dog in the stands or cheering alongside rowdy fans at the sports bars, the weekend energy in Boston will provide a fun bonding moment no matter how you choose to play.

The Golf Pro — Pebble Beach, California


Home to the No. 1 public golf course in the country, Pebble Beach, California, is a bucket-list experience for a golf-loving father figure. It’s hosted six U.S. Opens with another in the books, so you’ll be inspired by the great golfers of the course’s past as you enjoy your round. Stay with Inspirato at Casa Palmero at Pebble Beach Resorts to tie up your trip with a bow.

The Hiker — Telluride, Colorado


Telluride
, Colorado, a charming former Victorian mining town with plenty of history, colorful architecture, art galleries, and, of course, hiking. Whether Dad is looking to trek up a 14,000-foot mountain, stroll through scenic nature trails, or embark on a multi-day backcountry excursion, your hike of choice will consist of incredible views and quality time well-spent with your main man.

The Music Enthusiast — Nashville, Tennessee


A trip to Nashville, Tennessee, sure sounds like music to the ears for the dad with an enviable record collection—get rockin’ as you stroll down Honky Tonk Highway or browse Music Row, soaking in the continuous music and distinctive upbeat energy with a beer in hand. And if you’re a country-loving group, visit the Grand Ole Opry or stop by the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum.

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