Try one of the following parks, activities, festivals,or towns when scheduling your end of the summer bucket list, and end your kids’ summer on a high note.
When the calendar marks July 1, get ready for an abundance of events headed your way with entertainment, food, family fun and of course – fireworks. It’s no secret that the 4th of July is a day of celebration that can sometimes turn into a week or a full month’s worth of fun and excitement, and Connecticut has plenty going on. Here are some of the Top Fourth of July events in Connecticut.
The amusement-industry website “Amusement Today” has named the “Boulder Dash” roller coaster at Lake Compounce Theme Park in Bristol as 2013’s “Best Wooden Roller Coaster in the World.”
Connecticut has a long history that has resulted in haunted relics still in existence today. Additionally, there are innumerable simulated haunted events and venues to enthrall adults and kids alike that come alive in the fall.
Tweens are too old to do “kid” stuff, but not quite old enough for more cultured aspects of Connecticut. Try taking your youth to The Children’s Museum, Ski Sundown or Lake Compounce.