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Hampton Beach Seafood Festival

Hampton, NH September 11 - September 13

With Ocean Boulevard closed to vehicular traffic, a safe and enjoyable seaside pedestrian promenade is formed. The Hampton Beach Seafood Festival has been acclaimed as "One of the Top 100 Events in North America", by the American Bus Association for many years! Event attendance is now estimated as exceeding 150,000!… SEE MORE

Latest News for Seacoast Region, NH, New Hampshire Filter

Rising Seas Swallow $403 Million in New England Home Values

2/4/2019 by US Harbors

Data scientists from First Street Foundation and Columbia University have expanded their peer-reviewed housing market research to include 2.5 million coastal properties in Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island and found that increased tidal flooding caused by sea level rise has eroded $403.1 million in relative home values between… SEE MORE

A piping plover chick. In the past 15 years, 78 nesting pairs have fledged 101 chicks on NH beaches.

Public Urged to Protect Plovers Nesting on NH Beaches

5/24/2013 by US Harbors

The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department is urging the public to be aware of endangered birds on the state's beaches this summer, as there are five pairs of piping plovers nesting along the sandy shores of Hampton and Seabrook. Piping plovers are endangered in New Hampshire and threatened nationally.… SEE MORE

The temperatures were brisk during a recent visit to Hampton Beach, but that didn't keep us from strolling the sand a bit.

Wintertime Is a Great Time for New England Beaches

11/29/2012 by US Harbors

We all know how spectacular a day at the beach can be during the height of a New England summer. And yet while the people disappear when the weather turns chilly, beaches like Hampton Beach are no less wonderful in wintertime. An extra coat and maybe a pair of sturdy… SEE MORE

Scammell Bridge, carrying Route 4, looking toward the Bellamy River.

Bellamy River – A Hidden Gem In the Great Bay Estuary

8/28/2012 by Michael Caron

There are seven rivers that drain into the Great Bay estuary, carrying freshwater runoff – as well as pollutants – from fifty-two communities including ten in Maine. The Bellamy River, which flows into Little Bay, originates from Swains Lake in Barrington and flows east through the Bellamy Reservoir in Madbury… SEE MORE

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