Here Are The 10 Best Things To Do Besides Laying On The Sand During A Weekend Trip To New Hampshire’s Hampton Beach

New Hampshire doesn’t have a ton of coastline, but what we do have offers tons of fun. Of course, there’s the relaxation that comes from laying on the beach (slathered in sunscreen, of course!) on a sunny day. But there’s so much more to enjoy at the coast. From arcades to restaurants to candy stores and more, we recommend making your way to the water even if you never set foot in the waves.

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What are some of your favorite non-beach activities when visiting the New Hampshire coast? Let us know in the comments so other readers can enjoy them too!

If you’re considering a trip to Hampton Beach remember that visitors from out of town will face difficult parking laws this summer at the popular beach in New Hampshire.

Address: Hampton Beach, Hampton, NH 03842, USA
Address: Blue Ocean Discovery Center, 180 Ocean Blvd, Hampton, NH 03842, USA
Address: Hampton Beach Playground, Ocean Blvd, Hampton, NH 03842, USA
Address: Island Path, Hampton, NH 03842, USA
Address: Buc's Lagoon, 59 Ocean Blvd, Hampton, NH 03842, USA
Address: Sea Ketch Restaurant, 127 Ocean Blvd, Hampton Beach, NH 03842, USA
Address: Funarama, 169 Ocean Blvd, Hampton, NH 03842, USA
Address: The Candy Corner, 197 Ocean Blvd, Hampton, NH 03842, USA
Address: The Beach Plum, 16 Ocean Blvd, North Hampton, NH 03862, USA