Worth a visit to walk along the wall and to check out Hampton Beach boardwalk.
Concerts, beach for swimming, walking, deep sea fishing, casino, shopping and of course great food and fried dough!
Get here by 9 am to secure parking and a beach spot and enjoy all that our east coast beach strip has to offer! *arcades *mini golf *restaurants *photo booths *casino *live music *shops *fried dough
“Huge! Seasonal! Spend the whole day! (Get your $ worth...pricey..but a blast!)”
“As you head up 1A North and wind your way toward Rye Harbor, there are great beaches to explore. You will see public parking behind the Dunes Hotel, but otherwise, like Plaice Cove, the parking on street requires a resident sticker. One of my favorite rides in the early morning is up to Sawyer Beach, on the North Side of the Beach Club where Sea Lane meets route 1A, and just south of a beautiful marsh filled with flowered lily pads. Just north of Sawyer Beach is Gennesse State Beach, and there is a surf shop and coffee spot just across from the beach, perfect spot for morning coffee and pay as you show up, beach yoga daily. Continue North on Route 1A to Rye Harbor, where you can catch a whale watch tour or fishing boat. Don't miss the little shack that is Rye Lobster Pound, which serves up all sorts of seafood and is worshipped for its delicious and cheap lobster bisque and fluffy chowder, both nap-inducing. You've been warned. Just north of the cottage on route 1A, across for North Hampton State Beach, is the best lobster roll on the beach and huge ice cream (imported from Richardson's). Don't let the line scare you off; it moves fast. I like to walk the beach from Plaice Cove at low tide to get a cone, which could justify an ice cream bigger than kiddie size. Or not. Whatever -- you're on vacation!”
“ Western-themed joint offering American comfort grub, whiskey & frequent live country music. Located in Hampton Beach.”
“Local beach, med size, long stretch w few people if you walk a bit from the small parking lot. Some seaweed and rocks on sand. Across from ice cream n hotdogs for a bite.”