Walk Or Ride Alongside The Ocean On The 3-Mile Odiorne Point Loop Trail In New Hampshire
There are a lot of places in New Hampshire that offer peace and quiet along with beautiful views. Try the mountains for streams and forests. Or, head to any number of the gorgeous lakes here that offer some of the most fun recreational activities anywhere in New England. We love these options, but we can’t deny our love of the coast. While shorter than other states, it packs in just as much beauty. This trail, which takes visitors right along the water, is a great way to soak it all up.
The Odiorne Point Loop Trail is open year-round, but be prepared for slippery conditions if you do anything outdoors during the winter or just after it rains. While biking is allowed on footpaths, there’s also a dedicated paved path further inland. You can download a trail map here or visit the official New Hampshire state parks website. You can learn more about the 3-mie trail by visiting this page on alltrails.com. The park can be reached on 603-436-7406.
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