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Welcome to Tentrr Camping in New Hampshire’s Seacoast

The seacoast of New Hampshire offers an entirely different kind of camping trip from the ordinary, but that’s what makes it so special. Start your New Hampshire Seacoast camping trip off by pitching your tent right on the beach at Hampton Beach State Park. With miles of sandy beach, you can swim, picnic and fish in the Atlantic Ocean. Fishing in the ocean can be done on a boat, or right off the beach or jetty. Expect to catch striped bass, bluefish, flounder or mackerel.

For an idyllic beauty of a camping area with a little historical flair, try Odiorne Point State Park, which was the site of the first European settlement in New Hampshire in 1623. During World War Two, the area was used for training as Fort Dearborn. There is canoeing, biking, hiking trail, and picnic areas. It’s also home to the Seacoast Science Center, which has year-round activities like tide pool visits, nature hunts, visits to Frost Point--an indigenous fishing area--and stopping by Founder’s Monument.

If you just want a traditional beach for playing in the water, sunbathing, and shops and cafes, go to Wallis Sands State Beach. As one of the best beaches on the Seacoast, it can get busy, so get there early and claim your spot! For a more private beach (though admittedly with higher entry fees) camp near North Beach. There’s sun and sand and great ocean views, along with some superior fishing, but the crowds haven’t seemed to find this beautiful spot.

For day trips from your campground, venture just a few miles from Hampton Beach and you’ll be at Bedrock Gardens, a privately owned property that is open to the public six months of the year.. The boast a huge variety of gardens, including a parterre garden, a swaleway, funnel gardens, an allee, a shubaria, rock gardens and more.

The New Hampshire Seacoast is ideal for relaxation, for detaching from the real world and just embracing the beaches of the Atlantic. Camping here is a dream you won’t want to end.

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