Odiorne Point State Park RV & Campground Guide

New Hampshire

Odiorne Point State Park is a public recreation area located along the coast of the Atlantic Ocean near Portsmouth, New Hampshire. It is one of the many sites of the Sunken Forests of New Hampshire, two massive areas of tree stumps located on New Hampshire’s coast. Its name comes from the famous Odiorne family that occupied the land in the mid-1600s. The state park was established in 1961 and is currently under the management of the New Hampshire Division of Parks and Recreation. Activities you can enjoy here include cycling, boating, hiking, biking, and skiing. Some of the New Hampshire communities you can reach closest to Odiorne Point State Park are North Hampton, Rye, and Stratham.

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Spring 31-64 F
Summer 49-79 F
Fall 38-69 F
Winter 21-38 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Odiorne Point State Park

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Sea Coast Camping & RV Resort

When you are looking for a suitable RV park near Odiorne Point State Park, you should definitely consider Sea Coast Camping & RV Resort. Amenities you can enjoy here are two bathhouses, a large gaming room, grassy and shaded recreational environments, and a camp store that sells furnishing essentials. You can also visit Hampton Beach, a beautiful tourist attraction just a couple of miles from the campground. The nightly rates to stay here are $46 at sites with water and electricity and $48 at sites with a full hookup. The address of Sea Coast Camping & RV Resort is 115 Lafayette Rd, North Hampton, NH 03862.

Tidewater Campground

Another RV park that is worth looking into before you make up your mind is Tidewater Campground. Some of the most popular amenities you choose from here are picnicking sites, a swimming pool, and a social pavilion. There is even an annual calendar of events that guests can participate in to stay entertained during their stay. This campground also happens to be the closest one in the area to Odiorne Point State Park. The nightly rates at this RV park are $49 for sites with electricity and $52 for sites with water, electricity, and sewer. The address of Tidewater Campground is 160 Lafayette Rd, Hampton, NH 03842.

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Odiorne Point State Park

Inside Odiorne Point State Park

Visitors of Odiorne Point State Park love to take advantage of the scenery found along the ocean and rocky shore. There is also an expansive network of hiking trails that you can use to discover the heart of the park’s natural beauty. Also located on the grounds is the Seacoast Science Center, which is filled with exhibits that give you an in-depth view of the natural and human history of the seacoast area. This non-profit organization provides its guests with educational information that will help them appreciate the trip for its true worth. There are also exciting opportunities to participate in snowmobiling, downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing.

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How to Get to
Odiorne Point State Park

A couple of major U.S. cities you will find in close range of Odiorne Point State Park include New York City and Boston. Those who are traveling from New York City will start their journey by taking FDR Dr from Spruce St and Frankfort St. Next, you will take the following roads to Portsmouth: I-95 N, CT-15 N, I-91 N, I-84 E, and I-95 N. Get off of I-95 N from Exit 3. You will arrive at the destination after following Elwyn Rd to NH-1A in Rye. 

If you will be coming from Boston instead, begin your route by taking I-93 N and I-95 N to Portsmouth and getting off at Exit 3. Like the drive from New York City, you complete the trip by following Elwyn Rd to NH-1A in Rye. The address of Odiorne Point State Park is 570 Ocean Blvd, Rye, NH 03870.

Entering Odiorne Point State Park

Odiorne Point State Park’s hours of operation are from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. This applies seven days a week.

Odiorne Point State Park Per vehicle (1-4 adulats) : $4.0

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Frequently Asked Questions About Odiorne Point State Park

What is the best time of year to visit Odiorne Point State Park?

Odiorne State Park's weather feels best during the peak of summer when daily highs reach the 70s. During the winter, the park can be jammed up with snow, so skiers prefer visiting then.

What is the climate of Odiorne Point State Park?

Odiorne's climate is generally mild, and daily temperature averages never exceed 80 degrees Fahrenheit. In the month of December, temperature lows dip down below freezing, averaging 26 degrees.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Odiorne Point State Park?

Venturers can discover sea stars, mussels, snails, and hermit crabs in the park's tidepools. In addition, bird-watchers can spot loons, grebes, and alcids, not to mention the great cormorant and common elder sea ducks.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Odiorne Point State Park?

Odiorne Point State Park does not provide any campsites within the park's boundaries. Visitors can reserve a parking space up to 30 days in advance of their visit.

Do you have to reserve a camping spot at Odiorne Point State Park and what is the cost?

While reservations are not required to visit the park, there is an entry fee. Adults must pay $4, and children 6-11 years of age must pay $2. Children 5 and under and New Hampshire residents over 65 years of age are admitted free of charge.