5 Games for Family Fun Night

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The summer is winding down and the days of the kids getting to stay up a little later are numbered. You’ll soon be back into the school time routine. So why not go out with a bang with the ultimate family game night in your Flagstaff, Arizona residence.


You’ve been playing this game since you were little, and it's just as much fun now as when you were younger.  Each player gets seven cards. You match the card on the discard pile with a matching color or number.  Special cards give you the opportunity to skip the next player, reverse the direction of the game or even make your opponent draw additional cards.  Wild cards let you change the color to your liking.  The first player to get rid of all their cards wins!

Never Have I Ever

This game has questions of things you may have done.  For example, “Never have I ever been on an airplane.”  Players will answer whether or not they’ve done so.  This is an excellent way to get to know your family members.  Invite friends over to join in the fun and get to know your fellow community members.

Chutes and Ladders

Chutes and Ladders is a fun game that allows the little ones to get involved in the fun.

The object of the game is to land exactly on square 100. You do so by moving the number of spaces determined by the spinner.  If you land below a ladder, you climb to the top and move ahead.  On the other hand, land on a chute and you move downward and lose ground.


Spoons is a fun card game with a twist.  Each player is dealt four cards while the dealer takes a fifth card to start the game.  Each person passes a card face down to their left,  while the last player discards into the trash pile.  The process is quickly repeated until someone has four of a kind and takes a spoon.  Everyone else then tries to take a spoon as fast as possible.  The player left without a spoon gets a letter.  Once you have spelled S-P-O-O-N, you are out. The last player remaining wins.


Pictionary is a classic game where each team competes to guess the word being drawn by their teammate.  Each team is allowed one minute to guess.  A correct guess allows the team to roll the die and continue around the board.  The winner is crowned once a team has guessed the word correctly on the final “All Play” square.

Family game night is a time to bond and relax with the people you love.  Our apartments in Flagstaff provide the perfect setting.

Contact us today for more information about our residences at Country Vista.  We look forward to you celebrating your next family night with us.

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