Explore the most popular trails near Portsmouth with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Portsmouth, New Hampshire Map

Beautiful trail goes by marshes and through the woods. Easy hike. Dogs are allowed on leashes. Lots of mosquitoes though, so be sure to bring repellent with you.

8 months ago

Nice little loop before or after the longer loop nearby.

loved it. tons of small off-shooting trails. easy enough for me to carry my 10 month old son on my back and lead two 4 month old husky puppies, but still enough challenge, distance, and pretty views to be worth it. My wife handled it easily as well.

Easy, wide, well maintained trails. Great for family walks and dog friendly. You do have to watch for roots and large rocks which makes the walk even more enjoyable ('woodsy') but just have to pay a bit of attention as you step. large stands of beautiful old pines.

Friday, January 13, 2017

We took out 18 month old here and let him walk the whole path. Really fun and easy for kids. The raised path with side rails makes it great for even the littlest children. you could take a stroller on it as well.

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Closed do to paveing in the area

Saturday, May 07, 2016

Great, flat, easy trails - great for people with disabilities! Walked with a service dog team and they were able to do the trail with no problem. We had 4 dogs among us and we had plenty of space; most of the trails were wide enough to walk side by side. Lovely area!

Not a bad walk. It a couple geocaches that were here. I'm sure it will be very pretty once spring is in full swing

Pretty nature walk with tonssssss of mosquitoes.

Great 2mile loop, awesome for snowshoeing!

Small trail but very relaxing and not strenuous with light traffic and pet friendly. Nice little spot at the top of some rocks overlooking the water.

Thursday, February 07, 2013

Very cute trail. Nice for a short walk. Went on a very cold winter day, can't wait to go back in the spring/summer. I liked the fact that it was very easy, and had an even wooden walkway/ramp the entire route. It seemed handicap accessible. Also probably very good for family outings if you have a child in a carriage.

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Nice walk. Handicap accessible on a nice new board walk. About mid point is a nice duck blind. Many birds and muskrats in the pond so keep your eyes open !

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