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First visit. An interesting walk through the hedge of the Great Bay Estuary, the largest estuary in New England. Nothing much to see really except brush. No animals and "Indian camp" was just a Wigwam and a stone fireplace. No explanations. Except for the newere...More
This is called the Great Bay Discovery Center on Google maps. There's a short boardwalk and a trail that goes into a marsh area.
Our visit included seeing a large amount of horseshoe crabs mating along the shore. Definitely worth another visit.
The Great Bay Estuarine Center is a monument to the wonders of the Great Bay and east coast salt marshes in general. Though small and unpretentious it offers charming insights into Native American and colonial life along the Great Bay, boardwalk tours, and welcoming docents....More
Science-based events and exhibits for the Great Bay Estuary, itself a hidden gem of the New Hampshire seacoast area. Good for kids and adults alike with many hands-on activities and just plain fun. Information on the status of Great Bay and the science currently being...More
The Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve encompasses over 10,000 acres. Most of it is water and wetlands that includes Great Bay and Little Bay. The reserve begins at the General Sullivan Bridge on Dover Point and extends through to Stratham.
Public access by land...More
On the day we went the center itself was not open so we could not get much info on the area. They have about a half mile of trails, some of which go to the bay. The area is pretty and quiet. Looks like there...More