We love living and working in Southern NH and the Seacoast area and are often asked by people moving into the area to recommend places that we enjoy. Odiorne Point in Rye NH has always been on top of our very long list.
With 330 +/- acres to explore and enjoy Odiorne Point is a very popular state park and one the largest undeveloped stretch of shoreline in NH.
Jay and I have been visiting Odiorne Point for years, we’ve biked to it and walked all around the park. We’ve kayaked out at Seavey Creek and beached ourselves on a sandy stretch of beach at Odiorne Point to enjoy a picnic and the amazing views. It’s a wonderful place to spend a few hours or a whole day. If you’re looking to just veg out by the shore or you want to “reserve” space for an event you will love it here. With sheltered tide pools, exposed open rocky shore and a pebble beach plus picnic tables, playground, trails and even a Science Center to explore what is there not to love!
Odiorne Point Video
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