Adams Point Trail is a 0.7 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Durham, New Hampshire that offers scenic views and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is best used from April until October.
A beautiful place. A nice loop through varied terrain along great bay. Beautiful views and a nice breeze even on hot days. In early August there's a bumper crop of wild blackberries.
The only downside is poison ivy growth that can only be described as an infestation.
The trail is well maintained and marked. Friendly for kids and dogs. There are also spots where you can stop to get a decent view of the bay, or launch a canoe. All in all a good trail.
A fun little hike. Easy/Moderate terrain. Great views if you stay on the main trail. Beautiful views of the Great Bay. The only downfalls - parking is VERY limited and the dogs are almost all off leash.
Nice walk with a group on Christmas day.
I wouldn't call this a hike. Easy walk for all levels. There is only one section that has some uneven terrain.
Really beautiful walk with different vantage points of the bay.
Very little parking. Some spots initially at kayak launch, then a few spots by research center. Essentially a one way road in and out with no room to park on the side.
I went snowshoeing here last winter and loved it; I'll definitely be returning this winter, too. The views of Great Bay are excellent, often with swans, geese or ducks paddling around in the still water. Look for deer prints in the snow and take care on the ledges overlooking the ocean, which are usually icy, even when covered in snow. Also, although I have never seen them, my friends claim you can see bald eagles nesting in the trees along the ledges in the winter.
My girlfriend and I love this trail. We've been several times and plan on returning.
Nice trails through woodlands and down to the Great Bay. Any song birds, ocean birds and animals t o observe.