Woodbridge, CT

Woodbridge, CT was originally called "Amity", having been carved out of land originally belonging to New Haven and Milford as an independent parish in 1739. In 1742, the Rev. Benjamin Woodbridge was ordained in Amity, and it was after him that the modern town was named. Woodbridge was incorporated in 1784.

Today, Woodbridge, CT is a vibrant small town located in the southwestern corner of Connecticut. It offers a variety of outdoor activities such as hiking, fishing, and camping in its surrounding areas. The town has excellent public schools, libraries, and parks for people to enjoy. Additionally, Woodbridge has plenty of restaurants and shops for local residents to explore. Living in Woodbridge is a great experience because it offers a peaceful atmosphere with plenty of amenities nearby to enjoy. The people are friendly, the weather is mild year-round, and the scenery is beautiful, making it an ideal place to live and raise a family in Connecticut. Large industrial city/College town - South coast along Long Island Sound, 75 miles northeast of New York City.

Places to Visit:

  • The Woodbridge Club
  • The Old South School
  • Shepherd Farm
  • Savino Vineyards
  • Massaro Community Farm
  • New England Brewing Company


    Woodbridge, CT has a humid continental climate, characterized by warm summers and cold winters. During the summer months, temperatures typically average in the mid 70s Fahrenheit with high humidity levels. In the winter, temperatures can dip into the low teens Fahrenheit. Precipitation is fairly evenly distributed throughout the year with an annual average of about 43 inches. Snowfall is common in Woodbridge during the winter months, with an average of about 23 inches.