You Can See Historic Military Artifacts At This State Historic Park In New Castle, New Hampshire

Walking or hiking along the New Hampshire seaside is a terrific way to spend some time. The rocky shore at Fort Stark Historic Site has all the beauty you might expect with some added history. There was military activity here dating back to the American Revolution. Anyone with an interest in naval antiquity will find this historic military park in New Castle fascinating.

Among the rugged terrain and peaceful shore are naval artifacts that anyone can walk up to. You will find abandoned disappearing gun carriages, artillery batteries, a cool museum, and spooky old structures to explore. 

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Whether you are a history buff or not, you will be glad you visited. Be sure to check the Fort Stark Historic Site’s homepage for hours and parking.

You may want to read up on the town of New Castle in the excellent article entitled You Need To Visit New Hampshire’s Smallest Town, Made Entirely of Islands.

Be sure to let others know about your experience!

Address: Fort Stark State Historic Site, 211 Wild Rose Ln, New Castle, NH 03854, USA