2020 has been nothing short of a rollercoaster. Every time we think things are going good, they suddenly dip again. And unfortunately, that has meant our summer has been quite different. While social distancing regulations have softened, it’s still important to keep our space from people to continue to slow the spread of COVID-19. And with the summer, unfortunately, coming to a quick close, there are many unknowns for the coming fall and winter. If you’re still trying to squeeze in a few last-minute summer activities before the warm weather comes to a close, here is how you can safely celebrate what’s left of summer:

Host a brunch
Instead of going to a fancy brunch place, save some money, and host one yourself. Invite a couple of friends and have everyone bring a dish or two. Keep your space from one another, and you can enjoy a lovely, socially distanced potluck brunch with a few of your close friends.

Roast s’ mores
Nothing says the summer more than roasting s’ mores in front of a campfire. Roasting s’ mores at a campfire is a perfect way to still enjoy the summer while remaining safe because it is outside. You can stay distant from one another while still enjoying the night together.

Have your own happy hour
Since going out to bars hasn’t really been a thing for the past few months, we’ve had to bring the drinks to us. And the best way to do that is by getting creative and having your own happy hour. Become your own bartender and whip up some fun summer drinks to enjoy outside with friends.

Summer BBQ
A good summer barbecue is a timeless way to enjoy the summer. Grill up some burgers, veggies, kebabs, whatever you like, and enjoy it sitting six-feet apart from all your friends. You can even ask everyone to bring a dish and make it into a potluck!

Go on a road trip
Since traveling via airplane isn’t the move for this summer, road tripping will have to do! Just make sure you take the proper precautions along the way. If you have the time, try squeezing in a quick road trip onto your summer agenda before it gets too cold.