If you have a fenced-in yard, chances are you’re spending a lot of time in it. Fences add privacy and security to your property as well as act as barrier to keep kids and pets contained and safe while they take in the sunshine and fresh air. Here are some lawn games you can enjoy with your family, taking advantage of your outdoor livable space.

Touch football or tag is a favorite for fall, buy why not all year ’round? Even little kids will enjoy this game of chase-and-tag, and for older ones you can start layering in football rules to get them more familiar with the sport.

Bean bag toss, also known as corn hole, starts with a board with a hole cut out. Players stand behind a line and toss the bean bags, trying to get as many as possible in the hole. For every bag a player gets in the hole, 3 points are awarded. Earn 1 point for bags gotten on the board, and 0 for bags that go on the grass. The first player to 21 points wins.

Giant Jenga. You may have played this tabletop game of block pulling, and the larger-than-life version is just as fun. Players try and remove blocks from the tower without it falling over.

Horseshoes. Similar to the bean bag toss, this game is played to 21 points. A pole is planted in the lawn and horseshoes tossed toward it. If the horseshoe goes around the pole, that player earns 3 points. If there’s no “ringer,” 1 point goes to the person who has the horseshoe closest to the pole.