- TripBuzz found 224 things to do with kids in or near Stonington, Connecticut, including 216 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Montauk, Groton, Westerly and Narragansett.
- From Stonington Village Playground to Palmer House, the Stonington area offers 115 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Lighthouses, Playgrounds and Arts & Crafts Classes.
- Stonington is a waterfront city in Connecticut's southeastern region. The charming city features historical homes, a cobblestone lighthouse and quiet living. Visitors enjoy water recreation and the many historic buildings located throughout the area. The area is also noted for being used in many blockbuster films such as Hope Springs and Mystic Pizza.
Alley Katz Bowling Center is a bowling alley with advanced lighting, musical equipment and fog machines and an attached restaurant and bar. There is also a game room with barroom arcade staples like Big Buck Hunter and Golden Tee.
Ordinary people can be 'soldiers' for a day, participating in paintball battles at Fields of Fire - Mystic. Players of all levels can choose scenarios from rugged woodlands to open spaces, with knowledgeable staff ensuring a safe, fun experience.
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Misquamicut State Beach is a public clear water beach very popular among local residents and visitors alike. Visitors to the beach commonly enjoy activities like jogging, swimming, having picnics, or fishing in the ocean.
The Gingerella Sports Complex has a number of soccer fields that are used regularly by youth sports leagues. The complex also has a skateboard park, playgrounds for small and older children, and covered picnic tables.
Rhode Island's largest beach with more than a half-mile of sandy shorefront, Misquamicut State Beach, is a favorite for locals and out-of-towners alike. Featuring shower facilities, picnic areas, and shade gazebos get your fun in the sun today.
Since 1921 Atlantic Beach Park has been a charming source of entertainment for kids, teens and adults. The parks most famous attraction, the 1915 Herschell-Spillman carousel, still stands, as well as various other attractions that include bumper cars, a roller coaster and a variety of dining options.