Woodbury Farm

There are a wide variety of parks and attractions within just a short drive of Woodbury Farm:

Pawtuckaway State Park

Just a 15-minute drive from Woodbury Farm, Pawtuckaway with its 800-acre lake,  boating, hills, hiking and camping, is a very popular park for kids and adults of all ages. Rent canoes or paddleboats by the hour to explore the winding, complex coves, islands and inlets of this beautiful lake. Picnic on an uninhabited island, or stop for snacks at the park's store.

Wallis Sands State Park, Rye Beach

A beautiful long stretch of sandy oceanfront beach , bordered by tide-pools to search for starfish, crabs and other sea-life. Kite flying, snack shop, bathhouse, showers.

Hampton Beach State Park

New Hampshire's most popular beach area. The State Park is the more secluded portion, with admission charge. The main stretch of Hampton's beach is open and free, and bordered by shops, restaurants and arcades. There is a free fireworks show on the beach every Wednesday night at 9, from Memorial Day to Labor Day.

Bear Brook State Park

New Hampshire's largest state park, with 10,000 acres of land full of lakes, ponds and streams, Bear Brook offers hiking, swimming, boating, mountain biking, camping and much more.

Robert Frost farm

The quintessential New England poet Robert Frost spent his childhood years at this old farm in Derry, just 15 minutes from Woodbury Farm. The farm is open for tours, and occasional poetry readings, throughout the summer.

Other NH State Parks

There are several state parks within about a half-hour's drive of Woodbury Farm, and many more just a bit further afield. Check them out at this NH State website.

Canobie Lake Park

Ever-popular theme park with three huge roller-coasters, log flume, and rides galore. Rides and attractions for all ages, including plenty for the younger kids.

Water Country

Rated one of America's 10-best water parks, this huge complex offers wave pool, water slides, and rafting river.

America's Stonehenge

Ancient stone constructions -- walls, monoliths, and small rock-walled rooms -- remain a mystery. Were they built by Indians, early European explorers, or old New England settlers, and what were they for?

American Independence Museum, Exeter, NH

Displays show the life in New England in Colonial and Revolutionary times.

Horseback Riding

Trail riding, riding lessons, pony rides. Open 7 days a week, in Londonderry just 20 minutes from Woodbury.

Other NH attractions

NH Merrimack region attractions

NH Seacoast attractions




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