10 Fun Summer Activities for Tweens in CT
Parents and teens both dread the “in between” teenage years. They’re too young to drive or work, but too old for summer camp. Here’s a brief list from the full article, which can be viewed with contact information at this link and includes direct links to all the activities. These are some fun things in Connecticut that will help your teen stay busy!
1. Sky Zone Trampoline Park
2. On Track Karting
Go carting is a great activity for your teen who is just shy of having a license! Brookfield, CT.
3. The Adventure Park at the Discovery Museum
This rope course is thrilling and a fun challenge for the adventurous teen! Bridgeport, CT.
4. Monster Mini Golf
This glow-in-the-dark course also has an arcade! Danbury, CT.
5. Chelsea Piers
Chelsea Piers offers many activitiessuch as, gymnastics, swimming, baseball, and basketball! Stamford, CT.
6. Sports Center of CT
This is another great sports complex where your teen can ice-skate, play laser tag, go bowling, and more all at one place! Shelton, CT.
7. Hello Yoga
Teen yoga classes are great for a group of friends to do together. And it’s great for them! Wilton, CT.
8. Aux Délices
9. Minor League Games
Connecticut’s finest minor league teams include the Bridgeport Bluefish and the Bridgeport Sound Tigers! Games are easily accessible for teens. Bridgeport, CT.
10. Lake Compounce
Lake Compounce is home to the world’s fastest wooden roller coaster! Bristol, CT.
11. Arts and Crafts
Painting classes are a fun way to get creative this summer! Muse Paintbar and Art Studio Plus offer a variety of classes that are perfect for teens with different interests and skill levels. Norwalk, CT.
12. Pottery and Jewelry
Have your teen create their own pottery or beautiful jewelry pieces at The Silvermine Arts Center! New Canaan, CT.
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