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Parks und Natur in Kittery

Erstklassige Parks

Park
“Great park to walk and enjoy harbor views - and during summer months (post-Covid) great outdoor performances from plays to musical bands.”
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Park
“One of the most remarkable summer venues on the east coast. Why? Its a park on the water. Its top quality acts are seen by voluntary donation. Its big enough to feature superb and eclectic artists and small enough to feel like you really saw them. There are also films and a musical that runs the season. Get there early and lay down a blanket to reserve your spot or "rent a spot"- the website explains how. ”
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Park
“Fort McClary is named after New Hampshire native Major Andrew McClary who died in the Battle of Bunker Hill during the Revolutionary War. For more than 275 years, Fort McClary stood to protect the approaches to the Piscataqua River at the southern gateway to Kittery, Maine. The Fort stands today as one of Maine's most important historic forts that preserves evidence of military history and the changes that took place in military architecture and technology. Visitors of Fort McClary are welcome to wander about the various structures seated high above the Piscataqua River. In particular, the hexagonal Blockhouse and caponier offer spectacular views of Portsmouth Harbor Light and Pepperell Cove. A 0.3 mile walking trail offers a bird's-eye view of the Magazine and a wooded passage to Fort McClary's picnic and playground facility across Route 103. The trail proceeds on to provide a relaxing stroll along the tidal waters of Barters Creek.”
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Park
“I loved bringing my kids here to run around and climb in the forts. The views are breathtaking and there are trails for you to follow along the cliff shores. Great spot for a few hours of family fun or a nice walk with your pup. ”
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Park
“Lots of great walking paths. Walk beside the  remnants of Fort Dearborn. Bring some lunch and enjoy a nice picnic next to the ocean. ”
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Park
“This oceanfront town park is affordable and spectacular! There is a short bathing beach, a pier, rocks and tide pools. A central bathhouse is near the children's playground close to the entrance. There are picnic tables and grills, and lots of trees for shade. We love this place! ”
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Park
“Located off Rt. 1B in New Castle N.H. The fort was built to protect Portsmouth Harbor”
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Beach
“Our favorite beach; nice walk out to a point of land with spectacular views of the Maine and New Hampshire coast. Dogs allowed in summer before 10 AM and after 5 PM. Parking for non-residents is the first lot on the road leading to the beach. Pay attention to the signs (so you don't get a parking ticket). Carry in - carry out! No bathroom facilities.”
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Strände

Science Museum
“Interesting for adults and children. Pack a lunch and relax there for the day.”
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Beach
“My favorite area beach. A great family beach with plenty of space for frisbee etc. The water is brisk but not frigid.. especially towards the later part of the summer.”
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Beach
“This is a local Kittery beach that is nice for walks. Some areas have a lot of seaweed, but it’s a beautiful beach and not very crowded. Note that there is limited parking for non-Kittery residents and police will ticket if you’re parked in a Kittery resident marked spot. ”
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Beach
“Our favorite beach; nice walk out to a point of land with spectacular views of the Maine and New Hampshire coast. Dogs allowed in summer before 10 AM and after 5 PM. Parking for non-residents is the first lot on the road leading to the beach. Pay attention to the signs (so you don't get a parking ticket). Carry in - carry out! No bathroom facilities.”
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Wanderwege

State / Provincial Park
“35 minutes away. Picnic, hiking trails, ocean views, boat watching and rocky shores. Seacoast Science Center is located in the park.”
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Wanderweg
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