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5 Best Ice Cream Shops for Seniors near Shelton, CT
Elizabeth Bemis

By: Elizabeth Bemis on August 8th, 2019

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5 Best Ice Cream Shops for Seniors near Shelton, CT

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Summer is the perfect time to get some sun and have a tasty, frozen treat. Luckily, if you’re a senior living in the Shelton, Connecticut area, you have plenty of delicious ice cream spots to try! Here are five of the best ice cream shops seniors should visit in the Shelton, CT area.

 

1. The Ice Cream Shoppe: Shelton, CT

If you’re from Shelton or familiar with the area, you probably know The Ice Cream Shoppe. This local staple has been serving ice cream 363 days a year for more than 45 years. They even make custom ice cream cakes, which are sure to be the most popular dessert at any summer gathering. The Ice Cream Shoppe also has rotating seasonal and special flavors like caramel cinnamon toast crunch and pumpkin cookie dough. There’s a chance you may never try the same flavor twice!

 

2. Wells Hollow Creamery: Shelton, CT

Wells Hollow Creamery is located on a family farm and offers more than 50 flavors to visitors. You can order your scoop and sit on the spacious, well-manicured patio to enjoy your treat. Make sure to try some of the premium flavors like chocolate cannoli or baklava. Because the seating is all outdoors, it’s wise to call ahead on a rainy day. 

 

3. Ferris Acres Creamery: Newtown, CT

Ferris Acres Farm has been a family-owned farm since 1864, and today they’re famous for serving ice cream to visitors from all over Connecticut. While this is a little bit of a drive from Shelton, CT, the delicious ice cream is well worth the trip. This farm stand has dozens of flavors to choose from, including seasonal favorites like caramel apple pie in the fall and eggnog in the winter. You’ll be glad you stopped by Ferris Acres Creamery this summer.

 

4. Plasko’s Farm & Creamery: Trumbull, CT

A visit to Plasko’s Farm & Creamery is a great summer outing for seniors and their families. The ice cream is made daily right there on-premises using the highest quality ingredients. You can get hand-scooped ice cream, soft serve, Italian ice, milkshakes, and more. There’s sure to be a flavor for everyone to enjoy, with classics like all-natural vanilla and “buttery” butter pecan.

 

5. Walnut Beach Creamery: Milford, CT

If you’re looking for a fun day at Walnut Beach, this local ice cream shop is the perfect stop for a tasty scoop. Walnut Beach Creamery is just a block from the beach located in eye-catching pastel green and pink building. This shop serves up unique, freshly made flavors like rum raisin and banana bread. Just a short 20-minute drive from Shleton, CT, this is a stop you should put on your list for the summer. You can even get a dog-friendly “Pup Cup” for your furry friend!

The Shelton, CT area is a great place for seniors to relax and retire, and it offers a lot more than just delicious ice cream! You can find wonderful senior living communities like Crosby Commons and Wesley Heights, among other great options. If you’re looking for a place to enjoy this season of life, Shelton, CT could be the perfect location.

 

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About Elizabeth Bemis

In 1998, I drove past an assisted living community construction site, learned that it was part of United Methodist Homes and realized the next stop on my professional journey was to work for a mission driven organization. Soon after, I joined the team as Executive Director of our Middlewoods of Farmington community and later served as Regional Manager for the Middlewoods properties before accepting my current role as Vice President of Marketing, Promotions, and Assisted Living Operations. I enjoy spending time with my family, cooking, reading, walking, and love working alongside our staff, residents, and families to build strong communities that reflect the mission, vision, and values of United Methodist Homes.

Our Blog is a 2016 Platinum Generations Award Winner! The Generations Award is an annual international competition for excellence in senior marketing recognizing professionals who have communicated to the 50+ Mature Markets.