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But not much going on in the winter months. Parking was easy to find and the park was litter free. We did stroll around for 30 minutes and the views over the water to the bridges was nice. Water was crystal clear.
Prescott Park is a beautiful place to for your first time or your hundred time.
We live some close to Portsmouth and we often like to visit to enjoy the atmosphere. The restaurants, shops, and the scenery. We always like to take a stroll through...More
My friends and I walked down to Prescott park to experience the water views, but once we were there, we got much more than that! We walked through the gardens, took pictures in the funny boards that you put your head up to, and got...More
Lovely park right on the waterfront! Just steps from downtown Portsmouth with what appears to be garden beds, however in November only the stems and mulching remain. Will definitely be returning to this enchanting spot come spring!
We went to see a musical show and to walk in the beautiful gardens this summer...delightful all. Watching the show under the stars; watching the boats going into Portsmouth harbor; clean and family friendly; much improved rest rooms.
Very excited to go to this park. Google maps took us to an entrance with a small parking lot and dumpsters. Not the greatest first impression. The park bathroom was open late. The park was not very well lit, but still ok for my almost...More
We happened on this colorful, tranquil park following a walk through downtown Portsmouth from our hotel. It was the perfect way to cap off the morning. Stretching along the Piscataqua River, the green park was speckled with bright flowers, benches, fountains, open spaces, displays and...More