This Hidden Beach In New Hampshire Will Take You A Million Miles Away From It All
New Hampshire’s shoreline is short and sweet. You may think that you’ve visited every beach from Seabrook to Portsmouth, but you’ll be surprised to learn there is a hidden beach that will take you a million miles away from it all. Here’s your new favorite New Hampshire beach, Great Island Common.
Great Island Common is in New Castle, the small island community tucked just south of Portsmouth. The area consists of 32 acres of parkland and beach with unforgettable views over Portsmouth Harbor.
The real treat at Great Island Common is the views over the harbor, but the rocky beach is also great for exploring.
Picnic tables and shade make the commons a perfect place to spend the afternoon.
And there is plenty of grass for running or flying kites.
When you are done exploring the shoreline, be sure to check out this charming art installation.
The view in the frame changes depending on your angle, but the picture is always charming.
Have you been to this hidden beach in New Hampshire? If you’re looking for more waterfront fun in the Granite State, check out these
little known beaches in New Hampshire.
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