- TripBuzz found 239 things to do with kids in or near Old Saybrook, Connecticut, including 227 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Groton, Mystic, Sag Harbor and New London.
- From Harvey's Beach to Sea Sprite Sport Fishing, the Old Saybrook area offers 114 different types of family activities, including: Beaches, Fishing, Gold Panning and Hiking Trails.
- Middlesex County, Connecticut is home to the town of Old Saybrook and it's population of over 10,000 residents. The Connecticut River Valley and a variety of greenery and landscape make the town a natural beauty. Old Saybrook is made up of primarily families, making for a family friendly adventure on any visit.
Tequila’s Restaurante Cantina 1333 Boston Post Road, Old Saybrook, CT MoreLess Info
Colorful bistro delights diners with classic Mexican favorites and the occasional live mariachi band
Many visitors to Harvey's Beach in Old Saybrook, Connecticut are drawn to it because the shallow water and rustic wooden boardwalk. This is a great place to splash in the surf, build sand castles, enjoy a picnic or simply relax along the shore.
Visitors can enjoy charter fishing aboard a customized 41 foot Hatteras with well-known Captain Pete Wheeler at Sea Sprite Sport Fishing. Captain Pete has been chartering fishing trips full time since 1977.
With a 42 ft boat for offshore and 30 ft boat for inshore fishing, Islander Sport Fishing Charters provides fishing trips and sunset cruises. Inshore charters can be half or full day and offshore can be 1 or 2 days.
Guests can enjoy cruises and private charters on the Connecticut River aboard the Mystique at Lady Katharine Cruises. They offer a variety of public cruises like lunch and brunch cruises and also host weddings and other private events.
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300 Main Street, Old Saybrook, CT 06475 MoreLess Info
Old Saybrook's The Katherine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center is a performing arts venue. Named for the legendary actress, the Katherine Hepburn Center presents musicals, recitals, jazz bands, solo vocalists, New Age artists and many other types of intriguing cultural enrichment.
Built in 1767, the General William Hart House is a historic site commemorating and preserving colonial history. The house contains furnishings and decor that expresses the sophistication and wealth of this 18th century general.
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Ingham Hill Road, Old Saybrook, CT 06475 MoreLess Info
Great Cedar Conservation Area is 320 acre swamp that features a variety of hiking trails that go for several miles. The area wraps around the Hay House property, which features a house made entirely of hay bales.