- TripBuzz found 252 things to do with kids in or near Westbrook, Connecticut, including 247 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like New Haven, Groton, Sag Harbor and New London.
- From Daniel P Wren Park to Marquee Cinemas 12, the Westbrook area offers 112 different types of family activities, including: Marinas, Movie Theaters, Military Museums and Parks.
- Resting on Long Island Sound, Westbrook is a small lakeshore community near the city of New Haven. Along with its beaches and water fun, the town provides a variety of shopping options including specialty boutiques, antique shops and an outlet mall. The community is also home to a military museum, aquarium and wild life reserve.
The Daniel P. Wren Park contains an open space that can be used for soccer and other team sports. The location also contains a playground, a shuffleboard court, a basketball hoop, and is named after an activist and political figure.
Covering military history from 1775 to the present day, Military Historians Museum features a collection of American military uniforms. The museum also includes vehicles from World War II and Desert Storm as well as a music room.
At Marshview Marina Llc, visitors can dock their boats and receive hauling, electrical maintenance, and other services. The marina hosts FishNut Charters, which specializes in offshore fishing for tuna and swordfish.
Peter's Memorial Woods is a heavily wooded hiking area for intermediate to experienced hikers. Visitors will find a main trail with six side trails branching off. The trails vary in difficulty - with some being steep, rocky, and relatively challenging.
Catering primarily to organized team sports, the Ethel Peters Recreational Complex is a city-run facility that has multiple baseball fields, as well as a full sized football field. The center also has lighted basketball courts and a skate park.
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.