Middle aged men can act like kids again, thanks to baseball fantasy camps. Send your dad to a week of baseball camp to play ball with his favorite team or sports stars. These camps cost several thousand dollars but offer a lifetime of memories. You can find out more information from the hihard1.com baseball fantasy camp directory.
Your dad will love watching his favorite sports in a big, comfortable new recliner. La-Z-Boy offers high quality furniture from a brand you can trust. This La-Z-Boy Larson recliner is priced just under $1,000.
Any football fan would love this snack helmet. The helmet is actually a bowl for chips and dips or other snacks. FansEdge.com offers these snack helmets featuring the logo and colors of many NFL and college teams for $64.99 each.
Is your dad trying to be the next Tiger Woods? He'll appreciate a set of personalized golf balls. You can get a dozen golf balls embossed with his name at Walmart ($29.97) and other sporting good retailers.
A fathead isn't a poster. It's a life-size, high-definition graphic of his favorite sports star. These images can decorate the wall of the den, sports room or anywhere else in your house. You can order from Fathead.com for $99.99.
Cable and satellite TV providers offer special sports packages so that your dad never has to miss a game. For example, you can get NFL Sunday Ticket from DirecTV for $299.95 a season. He'll be able to watch over 200 NFL games a year!
A mini fridge is essential for the game room or den. It's a fabulous gift for a sports fan because it limits trips to the kitchen for beer and munchies. Many appliance stores offer compact refrigerators for around $100.
What better gift for a sports fan that tickets to watch his favorite team play. Buy your dad a pair of tickets and spend the day together at the ballpark. Pitch in with the whole family and buy him season tickets, if you can.