7 Little Known Swimming Spots In New Hampshire That Will Make Your Summer Awesome
There’s nothing better than diving into cool waters on a hot summer day. But going to the same places over and over can get stale – and of course they can get crowded. Check out these 7 options to keep things lively this summer!
1. Sculptured Rocks Natural Area
Follow the Cockermouth River through Groton and you'll find this incredible canyon sculpted through the granite by the river, forming a magical swimming hole that you won't soon forget. Learn more
2. Emerald Pool
3. Great Island Commons
Located in New Castle, Great Island Commons has 32 acres of parkland and beaches to explore, with incredible views over the harbor. Learn more
4. Echo Lake
At the bottom of Cathedral Ledge in North Conway you'll find Echo Lake, a stunning crystal clear lake with incredible mountain views ad beautiful beaches perfect for swimming. Learn more
5. Jenness Beach State Beach
This gorgeous state beach in Rye is clean, sandy, and always less crowded than the nearby Hampton Beach. Learn more
6. Franconia Falls
Can you imagine a more incredible place to cool off than a naturally occurring rock waterslide? Tucked away in Lincoln you'll find just that - and it's worth a visit. Learn more
7. The Isle of Shoals
The Isle of Shoals is worth visiting for many reasons, but one good one is all the swimming opportunities. The beautiful island beaches are a perfect place to escape mainland crowds. Learn more
Add these spots to your bucket list and get ready for a great summer!
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