New Hampshire Attractions July 22, 2021
10 Places In New Hampshire That Are Like A Caribbean Paradise In The Summer
When summer arrives in New Hampshire we’re all about having fun in the sun. If you don’t spend a lot of time here you might wonder how much fun can
actually be had in the sun in a place that’s nestled so far north. As people who spend all winter waiting for these months, we assure you that there’s plenty to do here. In fact, once you’ve spent a summer taking in all the summer activities you might never feel the need to vacation south ever again! Here are some picks for spots to visit in New Hampshire that will make you feel like you’re on a Caribbean vacation. Or, something like that!
1. Moose Hillock Campground, Warren
This family campground in the White Mountains offers tons of fun in the outdoors, with a unique twist. Spend your days at the crystal-clear pool that comes complete with a pirate ship. If you ever wanted to live out your Caribbean dreams,
is the place! You can learn more about it
2. Jenness Beach, Rye
New Hampshire doesn't have a ton of coast line, but what it
does offer is beautiful. Take some time to enjoy some of the best beaches in the state and you'll feel miles away from your everyday life. Visit in the evening for one of the most peaceful experiences.
3. Tiki Hut Boats of NH, Weirs Beach
To truly enjoy the most tropical experience in the state you'll want to hop on one of these unique tiki boats. Close your eyes and let the sound of the water remove every care. You might not actually
in the Caribbean, but your mind sure will be! Rental of one of these boats comes with a motor and a 90-minutes of fun on the lake. Bring your own drinks. You can learn more about it
4. Kahuna Laguna Indoor Water Park, North Conway
Want to enjoy a tropical day trip without actually being outside? This unique water park has it all, from water slides to wave pools to everything in between. Plus, you don't even need to brave the elements. Learn more about it
5. Emerald Pool, Pinkham's Grant
This peaceful spot can be found by hiking on the Baldface-Loop Trail on Baldface Mountain. The water is emerald-green, which is where the natural pool gets its name. But be careful! This spot might
tropical, but the water is cold! You can learn more about how to find it
6. Water Country, Portsmouth
You don't need to travel too far out of one of the state's largest cities to enjoy
tropical paradise. Enjoy the 700,000 gallon wave pool or relax on the quarter-mile long lazy river. Either way you'll feel like you've gone on a fun vacation! Learn more about it by visiting them on
7. Sculptured Rocks Natural Area, Groton
While this popular place is actually nestled in the woods, visitors can't deny just how tropically Caribbean the water feels. Smooth rocks carved by centuries of running water have turned this place into an otherworldly paradise. And the turquoise water certainly makes it extra-special.
8. Whale’s Tale Waterpark, Lincoln
A visit to this water park offers a full day of fun for both kids and adults. It's been around for more than 30 years, which means they've perfected the art of summertime fun. Enjoy one of the fun water rides or choose to lay out a towel on a chair to relax at Castaway Cove. Plan your visit by checking out this
9. Echo Lake State Park, North Conway
A state park in New Hampshire might not seem like the obvious place to feel those Caribbean vibes, but the color of Echo Lake on a sunny summer day might change your mind. The park is full of hiking trails, but a dip in the lake is what we love best. Learn more about visiting
10. Bernie's Beach Bar, Hampton Beach
Love the idea of drinks on the beach with a warm Caribbean breeze? You can have it just by visiting Hampton Beach. This beach bar is big on fun and even bigger on Caribbean decor! Check out more
What are some of your favorite summertime spots to visit in New Hampshire? If we’ve missed anything with a truly tropical vibe let us know in the comments so we can check it out!
If you like your fun on the relaxing side we’ve got a few great options you’ll want to explore.
Check out these 5 lazy river summer tubing trips in New Hampshire you’ll want to start planning! Address: Moose Hillock Camping Resort, 96 Batchelder Brook Rd, Warren, NH 03279, USA Address: Jenness Beach, Rye, NH, USA Address: Tiki Hut Boats of NH, 263 Lakeside Ave, Laconia, NH 03246, USA Address: Kahuna Laguna Indoor Water Park, 2251 White Mountain Hwy, North Conway, NH 03860, USA Address: Emerald Pool, Pinkham's Grant, NH 03846, USA Address: Water Country Water Park, 2300 Lafayette Rd, Portsmouth, NH 03801, USA Address: Sculptured Rocks, Groton, NH 03266, USA Address: Whale's Tale Waterpark, 481 Daniel Webster Hwy, Lincoln, NH 03251, USA Address: Echo Lake State Park, 68 Echo Lake Rd, North Conway, NH 03860, USA Address: Bernie's Beach Bar, 73 Ocean Blvd, Hampton, NH 03842, USA