The time of the year has come for Santa Claus to visit our campground to check in with all the little boys and girls to see if they've been naughty or nice! Join us for some festive festivities!
Back by popular demand and round two of our wet weekend! July is steaming with that hot sun, so why not join us for a weekend full of water activities to cool your family off!
Join us for one last celebration before school starts! Catch a movie on Friday night; Saturday tie dye a souvenir Mystic KOA t-shirt to wear to school and show off to all your friends! And MORE!
Mystic KOA loves our doggie friends. Why not bring them with you this weekend to spoil them some! Activities will be pet related and even some involving your pet! Come find out what the bark is all about!
Our big end of Summer bash!!
Enjoy the best of summer including tie dye ($), Outdoor Movie, Bingo ($) and even roasting marshmellows at the community campfire. Let's enjoy one more fun filled weekend!
One of the country's finest and oldest art shows showcased along the streets of the historic downtown area. More than 250 fine artists will exhibit oils, watercolors, photography, pastels, sculpture and acrylics. There will be music performances, children's art activities and a great array of food and beverages.
The Groton Business Association organized the first Groton Fall Festival in 2006. It was born from an idea to create a community-wide event that would attract artists, crafters and businesses and non-profit organizations to display their wares and information at Poquonnock Plains Park in Groton. Since its inception, the Fall Festival has grown dramatically. We now have over 110 vendors participating and thousands of people from the local area (and some from the not-so-local area) attend.
Groton Fall Festival takes place at Poquonnock Plains Park in Groton, Ct.
With cool fall days comes the desire to indulge in a hot bowl of chowder — and what better place to do so than here at Mystic Seaport? Our Chowder Days menu is sure to satisfy all appetites and features a variety of chowders and bisques, along with clam fritters, bratwurst, chicken kabobs, hamburgers, hot dogs, fish tacos, and apple fritters. Beer, wine, cocktails, and soft drinks will also be available.
Special event activities include live music, horse and carriage rides, games, a scarecrow activity, face painting, and arts and crafts in the Children's Museum.