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    Hampton Beach named Best State Park in New Hampshire by Reader’s Digest!

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    Hampton Beach is open!

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What a beautiful shot from over the weekend, taken from visitor DeeDee Thorp. Thank you for sharing this! Always nice to see these one-of-a-kind shots - or really and photos from you all. ... See MoreSee Less

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If you watch our beach cam, you may have noticed that's has been down since yesterday around noon. We purchased a new web cam and is was installed yesterday, but we ran into some trouble while configuring the camera with Earthcam, so it's been down all day today. We cannot do anything to fix it as they are currently working to do just that. When it's back up you will be looking at a new and upgraded camera!! We are excited for you all to see it! We appreciate your patience! 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

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'Sights and Sounds of Hampton Beach' a video that will take you back to waves crashing on the beach and bands playing on the boardwalk. Every year we like to wrap up the summer with a video showing off every thing that happened that year. This year being unique as it is we decided to show off the beauty of the beach as well as some of the special things that happened! Sit back and relax to the Sights and Sounds of Hampton Beach 🌊🐚☀️ ... See MoreSee Less

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National Resources Defense Council Report. “Testing the Waters: A Guide to Water Quality at Vacation Beaches” ranked the nation’s top 100 beaches regarding water quality and safety.

Hampton Beach was rated in the top 3 cleanest beaches in the United States and was rated in the top 10 values for resorts in America.

Upcoming Events – COVID-19: Please note events below may be canceled or postponed. Check the calendar or our Facebook page.


Hampton Beach Safety and Rules

• Please stop for pedestrians at all crosswalks.
• Pedestrians please use crosswalks for your own safety, all crosswalks are well marked with signs and striping.
• Open containers of alcohol are strictly forbidden on the streets and on the beach.
• Fireworks for private use are not allowed in the Town of Hampton.
• Fires of any kind are not allowed on the beach.
• Glass containers are not allowed on the beach to prevent cuts.
• Dogs are not permitted on the State of New Hampshire beach.
• Please use the bags provided to pick up your dog’s waste, stations with bags are near stairwells to the beach.
• Please dispose of your cigarette butts in proper containers located at beach stairwells.
• Help Hampton maintain our 5 star rating by taking any trash and disposing of it in our trash and recycling containers.

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