- SET INCLUDES: Ring toss stand and 5 pegs, 15 rings, carrying case, and instructions.
- INDOOR/OUTDOOR: Our ring toss game can be played rain or shine. Perfect for kids to play outside in the backyard or inside as a basement game for family game night.
- TRAVEL FRIENDLY: The provided carrying case makes the ring toss game perfect for travel. It quickly and easily breaks down to a small footprint and can be thrown in the back of the car for road trips to the park, beach, or campsite.
- ACTIVE & EDUCATIONAL: Gift your kids a game that not only gets them moving but teaches them hand-eye coordination, taking turns, sportsmanship, and addition.
- FAMILY FUN: A fun activity to bring the family together that can be played by all ages. Kids, teens, and adults alike will enjoy playing this backyard game.
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