Sandy Point Identification Trail is a 0.7 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Greenland, New Hampshire that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from April until October.
Located at the south end of Great Bay, Sandy Point offers mixed habitats and wide open views of the Bay. The site includes a 1,700 foot universally accessible boardwalk and is well known for spotting neotropical migrant birds as they pass through to their wintering or nesting areas.
Somebody entered wrong name and wrong GPS for this hike - it is not where marker is located - Sandy Point is near Great Bay - This trial is called Weeks Brick House Nature trail - go down Tide Mill Rd to get dirt road and park - use our track below for trials ..
Very nice 1.1 mile hike loops and well marked well kept trails
Great hike with kids. Have 2 young kids and they loved it! A cool hut along the trail to explore in. The train has been redone and is now a great Boardwalk. Lots of other things for the kids to see in the discovery center
Nice trail to go on with young kids. Short walk out and back. On an elevated boardwalk so easy to contain the little ones. Initial part of the walk is through the woods. Brings you out a a loop overlooking the bay. Extremely beautiful views.
Great Bay Discovery Center is on site so indoor bathrooms and a touch pool with horseshoe crabs, eels, flounder and shell fish.