What a beautiful fall this year in New Hampshire, despite it arriving a little later than usual. While peak foliage has come and gone in many regions of the state, the change of seasons typically happens last on the Seacoast. That seems to be holding true again this year. Certainly with the most recent storm many of the leaves are off the trees, even in this area, but the beauty of the season has not fallen from view. Come along as we explore the foliage and highlight some great spots for photo opps. Learn More
If you haven’t been to the Hampton Beach Masters Sandsculpting Competition, I highly recommend you check it out. There are some incredibly talented sculptors who have created works of art and they're on display right now at Hampton Beach. Learn More
View along Route 1A in Rye If you’ve visited New Hampshire’s Seacoast during the summer, you may be familiar with scenic Route 1A, the stretch of road that hugs the state's petite coastline, from Portsmouth to Seabrook. The views along this stretch are, in a word, stunning. As summer is an incredibly popular time to visit this part of the state, the roads, as you might imagine can get a bit crowded. Why not treat yourself to some of that spectacular scenery, during the off-season. That's just what I did, and I discovered winter is a wonderful time to take a leisurely drive and enjoy the picture perfect scenery, but with a little less congestion. Read on to see what I found
A crisp feeling in the air, pops of color along the roadways, ocean views, gentle breezes, miles and miles of nature trails --- and fewer crowds? I was able to find all that and more in my travels this week. My adventure took me from Concord to the Seacoast and highlights some great places to walk, shop and sit back and enjoy the view! Watch my latest video blog to see why fall is such a wonderful time to experience New Hampshire’s Seacoast! Check out the Seacoast Region.