4 MORE Favorite Kid Friendly Seacoast NH Hiking Trails | NH Hiking
Updated: Nov 2
Exploring with our kids is one of our favorite things to do as a family.
Over my years of motherhood I have discovered that being outside and exploring nature is where my kids are the happiest. We have discovered and hiked many trails in the Seacoast area and visit them frequently. Here are 4 MORE of our favorite go-to hikes around the NH Seacoast.
Little River Trail
This is an easy 1 mile out and back hike that starts at Little River Park in Lee, NH. It is a thickly wooded area that makes you feel like you are deep in the woods. The trail takes you along the Little River that is fun to explore. Parking is always free.
This is a 8 mile, out and back trail near Durham, New Hampshire. You can stop and turn around at any point, making it great for kids. This trail takes you through the woods along a creek that is teeming with wildlife. These trail heads don’t have a lot of parking, but you can also park along the road. Parking is always free.
Little Harbor Loop Trail
Located in Portsmouth at the Wentworth Coolidge Mansion, this trail has beautiful scenic views of the water. This is a 1.5 mile loop through woods, wetlands, and coastline.
Adam's Point Loop
This is a 1.5 mile loop located in Durham, NH around Adam's Point Wildlife Management Area. This is a beautiful peninsula that jets out into Great Bay. Take this loop slow and enjoy the plethora of wildlife.