New Hampshires 18 miles of coastline and 1,300 lakes and ponds provide recreation in the form of swimming,
boating, fishing, or just excellent opportunities to spend a lazy day watching the sailboats go by...
Arguably its most popular seaside location Hampton Beach (pictured) is about 10 minutes from Portland. For a quieter time further down the coast, try the Great Island Common beach at New Castle - officially the smallest town in New Hampshire!
Drawing crowds by the hundreds of thousands each summer, the rest of the New Hampshire coastline (despite its size) boasts more than a half dozen other oceanfront beaches including North Hampton, Seabrook Beach, Rye Beach and more.
For a cool time anywhere within the state, there are also New Hampshire lakeside beaches located in dozens of state parks that dot the inland landscape.
Hitting The Wall in New Hampshire.
DID YOU KNOW? New Hampshire beach fun facts:
• Dubbed 'The Wall", New Hampshire's No. 1 destination for surfers is located just south of North Hampton Beach.
State Parks - Seacoast Beaches - Check out the complete guide to seacoast beaches with photos and descriptions,
detailed facts on amenities, weather and beach advisories, summer lifeguard schedule, driving directions.
Wallis Sands State Beach
- Located in Rye, New Hampshire, this site comes with a short description of amenities, fees, weather info, and driving directions, but check out that photo gallery....