Family Activities on a Seabrook Beach Vacation

There is a lot for families to do in Seabrook, I was visiting with 3 teens and they had a blast – even with limited cell service, now that’s saying something! Here are some of the things we enjoyed:

The pool:

My kids LOVE the pool, so we spent a lot of time here. This indoor pool complex also has a large jetted hot tub. They are in the process of building another pool area for twice the fun.

Riding bikes:

We rented bikes and explored all of the streets and trails. The bike trailer accommodates kids up to 100lbs. V enjoyed her first bike ride!

The play areas, including playground, shuffle board, bocce ball, volleyball areas and a field for soccer. Equipment is available in the bike renting tent:

Field for soccer, volleyball and all sorts of family games.


Bocce Ball

Have a beach fire:

Perfect for s'mores at sunset!

Or make some friends at a community fire pit – there are several of them!

Community fire pit with wood provided - Just bring your s'more fixings and roasting sticks for an evening by the fire.

Go for a walk around town, on a nature hike, or down to the beach. Click here for more about wheelchair-friendly beach access.

Trail to the beach access stairs. You can also access this area via sidewalks. The accessible beach entry is north a mile where you can drive on the beach.

Experience your creative side at Colours Pottery Painting Studio.

Pick up something fun for Fido at The Salty Dog. They also have a dog washing salon there – perfect after a day on the beach!

The cottages are stocked with movies and games for indoor fun.

Of course there’s always the beach!

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