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Odiorne Point State Park, Rye

(4.7/5 based on 120 reviews on the web)
Odiorne Point State Park is a New Hampshire state park located on the seacoast in Rye near Portsmouth. The location of the first European settlement in New Hampshire, the point got its name from the Odiorne family, who settled on the land in the mid-1660s.Near Odiorne Point is one of the Sunken Forests of New Hampshire.Fort DearbornPrior to 1942, the site of the park was private, expensive oceanfront land. In 1942, during World War II, the site was taken by the United States government for construction of Fort Dearborn. In 1961 the site was sold to the state of New Hampshire.
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TripAdvisor
  • dress accordingly for winter walk. probably breath taking in summer months. fountains and plenty of picnic tables. 
  • Odiorne Point State Park has an Atlantic shoreline, but its beach area isn't the park's highlight. Trails for walking and biking wind throughout the property. There's a playground and picnic area. The...  more »
  • I enjoyed this park. My only complaint would be the visitors who had no where to put their doggy bags and just left them on the trails because it would simply be too inconvenient to carry them home I ...  more »
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  • Such a wonderful place to spend a day. Great fishing,hiking or just relaxing. Nature center is really cute for the kids.
  • Very cute children's discovery center, lots of trails, historical sites, and a long rocky shore perfect for tide pooling at low tide.
  • Beautiful park on the rocky shore. Great for school field trips, families with kids to explore tidal pools and the nature center with lots of educational and hands-on exhibits. Great views, gift shop and playground. Great place to bring a picnic.
  • Great park with outdoor facilities, walking trails, playground and science center. Great views from the trails.
  • great park with very easy trails around the shore and tidal pools. Tried the audio tour, just wish the speaker could get a bit louder.