Odiorne Point State Park Trail is a 1.8 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Rye, NH that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from December until February. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
One of the nicest trails in the Seacoast. You can make it as long or as short as you want. Trails in excellent shape this year and wider due to a habitat restoration completed throughout the park this summer.
Nice walk with plenty of off shoots to make it longer or shorter. Great views of the ocean. Plenty of parking. You can stroll all the way to the Seacoast Science Center. Personally I prefer to go prior to the heavy tourist season.
A nice easy stroll on the coast with pretty views over the water.
Taking a walk to the bunker and looking at the historic elements of the park adds an element of interest to the walk.
I've been snowshoeing at Odiorne numerous times and plan on going again this winter. The trail is wide and easy to follow, with generally flat grades all the way through. The views of the Atlantic are superb, especially in the winter, when everything is silent (even the ocean) and still. This is a great place to look for snowy owls, which stop in Rye, NH to rest for several weeks in February during their migration north to Canada. They usually perch along the rocks or on trees near the ocean. I myself see them quite often in Odiorne State Park.
The views are beautiful. There are many different offshoots that all seem to connect. You can make this a super easy stroll or make it more complicated.
Very easy walking trail. Great views of the ocean, some historic signs and structures and a classic New England trail on "Columbus Road" (a trail that leads to the monument of the first settlers of Portsmouth) that reminds me of a scene that includes the Headless Horseman.
Not much to this track. Had a trailer attached so limited some of the trails but some great views. Plenty to ride along coastal 1A though.