New Hampshire August 14, 2017
7 Amazing Playgrounds In New Hampshire That Will Make You Feel Like A Kid Again
Desperate for places to take your kids this summer? Is your neighborhood playground growing stale? These spots around New Hampshire all offer great playground equipment, and recreation options for adults as well – many have hiking trails, tennis courts, and more.
1. Field of Dreams, Salem
The Field of Dreams Community Park and Playground in Salem is perfect for children who love fairy tales. The gorgeous playground looks like something out of a dream! The park also has plenty of hiking trails and picnic areas. It's located at 48 Geremonty Dr Salem, NH 03079.
2. Derryfield Park, Manchester
This 76 acre park has a brand new playground as well as a well-known cross-country trail, sports fields, and tennis courts. Find it on Highland St in Manchester, NH 03104.
3. Monkey Around Playground, Concord
Concord's beautiful White Park is home to the Monkey Around Playground, which has plenty of equipment for kids to clamber all over. The park also has athletic fields, a roller skating rink, and more. Find it at 1 White St, Concord, NH 03301.
4. Livingston Park, Manchester
This fantastic park has two playgrounds - one for toddlers and one for older kids - as well as a beautiful swimming pool and plenty of athletic fields. Find it at 156 Hooksett Rd, Manchester, NH 03104.
5. Kids Kove, Merrimack
The playground at Twin Bridges Park in Merrimack is a children's wonderland. There's also a great trail down to a brook behind it! Visit at 487 Daniel Webster Hwy Merrimack, NH 03054.
6. Planet Playground, Exeter
This playground within Exeter Recreation Park is perfect for all the budding astronauts out there, with its big wooden rocket. It also has plenty of other great play structures. Find it at 4 Hampton Rd Exeter, NH 03833.
7. Noble Pines Park, Somersworth
In addition to the standard equipment, this playground sports a splash pad, making it the perfect spot to cool off on a hot day. Find it at 30 Noble St, Somersworth, NH 03878.
What’s your favorite New Hampshire playground?