‘Best Summer Ever’ KPRC 2+ family bucket list challenge coming to a close

Only a few days left to experience 23 affordable ways to enjoy your 2023 Houston summer!

Plan for your best summer ever. We're putting together activities, events, and outings that will make this season special! (KPRC/Click2Houston.com)

We at KPRC 2 hope your family is having the best summer ever finding things to do around town without having to spend a lot of money doing it. We’ve enjoyed bringing you the ‘Best Summer Ever’ family bucket list challenge on KPRC 2+ Now at 8:00 a.m. With summer coming to a close, our last segment streams Monday.

What is the KPRC 2+ summer bucket list challenge?

From skipping rocks to camping in the backyard (or living room), we highlighted 23 ways you can help make your family’s 2023 summer the most memorable one yet. Having fun doesn’t have to be a stressful outing or extravagant production. And we know kids (and parents) love having a plan, so we hope our ‘Best Summer Ever’ bucket list has been something you’ve used and enjoyed all summer long.

View the list below or print a copy to check off at home here!

by Dawn Campbell

Where to watch our ‘Best Summer Ever’ series

Watch the final ‘Best Summer Ever’ segment of 2023 Monday at 8:00 a.m. in the KPRC 2+ livestream player below:

Every Monday on KPRC 2+ Now at 8:00 a.m. this summer, we’ve brought you live interviews with guests throughout our area sharing the hidden gems in their communities. To watch past segments, search ‘Best Summer Ever’ and ‘Click 2 Houston’ online.

Four ways to watch KPRC 2+ any time

  • Search for the KPRC 2+ app on your smart TV or streaming device - including Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire, and Google TV.
  • Get the new KPRC 2+ mobile app - which is free to download in the App Store or on Google Play.
  • Look for the KPRC 2+ livestream in the “Watch Live” section of the Click2Houston news app.

About the Authors:

Award-winning TV producer and content creator. My goal as a journalist is to help people. Faith and family motivate me. Running keeps me sane.

Amanda Cochran is an Edward R. Murrow award-winning journalist. She specializes in Texas features, consumer and business news and local crime coverage.