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It was sunny and about 70 degrees F. A good day to visit a little history of new Hampshire. There was only about 8 people at the park. This place could be really interesting, and has been improved over the last few years, but has...More
This state park is at the end of a tree shaded lane and situated in one of NH's most picturesque towns. The park itself is mostly undeveloped with an old fort to explore but be forewarned it is falling apart so just look and don't...More
I was in Andover MA on business and not flying back to the UK until early Sunday morning, this gave me Saturday to explore a little.
Boston was one option but I decided to head north to New Hampshire and up the coast, not really...More
Have to credit google maps for this find. Make sure you're looking for the camera icon while exploring. This site was free and open until 8pm. My husband, my daughters and I walked around and were intrigued by what remains there.
This is such an out of the way spot that its not very busy. It has a rocky beach area on one side and a sandy beach on the other. In between is Fort stark, fun for kids to explore. The bathrooms are portapotties.
Very cool site. Read up on the use of the fort before arrival to get the most out of it. The ruins make for great pictures (Instagram it).
If you're not a history buff it's still a cool spot with great water views. Nice place...More
This was an accidental find but gave us more than we were looking for. The kids especially loved it- there are creepy areas of the buildings to trek through. Theres graffiti which they thought was very cool and contributed to the spooky atmosphere. The rooms...More