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Rye Harbor State Park, Rye

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  • The park juts out into the ocean, so the views are pretty incredible. The Isles of Shoals are only 7 miles away. There's a small adjoining rocky beach that's fun to walk (but not at high tide) as well...  more »
  • This park is great in the summer. It has a sandy beach on the harbor side, a rocky beach on the other and a large grass lawn with park benches where you can sit and watch the ocean for hours. We went ...  more »
  • Rye Harbor State Park offers some fantastic views. If the day is very clear, you can see the Isle of Shoals perfectly!  more »
  • Best beach location in New Hampshire. Great place to get some fresh air and enjoy the sun. Gets crowded, but is almost always less so than the main beach areas down in Hampton. Picnic area is a plus, and the pier makes a great walking location
  • This is a wonderful spot to get your perfect sunset pictures! Definitely a must visit!
  • Some rocks for exploring as well as Sandy section to sit if you'd like.
  • Very public friendly. Must pay the toll though. Stop before entering, please.
  • Great walk, I love the rocks