Welcome to Hampton, NH
More Facts About Hampton
Hampton is located in Rockingham County. According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 14.7 square miles (38.1 km2), of which 12.9 square miles (33.4 km2) is land and 1.8 square miles (4.7 km2) is water, comprising 12.38% of the town. Hampton is drained by the Hampton and Drakes rivers. The town lies fully within the New Hampshire Coastal watershed. The highest point in Hampton is Bride Hill (approximately 150 feet (46 m) above sea level), near the town line with Exeter. (wikipedia.com)
Hampton Town Website
Have all your questions answered as you navigate through the town website, or find the valuable contacts who can answer them!
Hampton is part of School Administrative Unit 90, which covers the elementary and middle schools and SAU 21 which includes Winnacunnet High School, a regional high school serving Hampton and several surrounding communities.
Restaurants, Diners, Coffee and More!
Here are just a few of our local favorites:
Bernie's Beach Bar
The Airfield Cafe
The Old Salt & Lamie's Restaurant & Inn
Shopping in Hampton
Hampton has many options when it comes to shopping, from national chains like Hannaford, Walgreens and CVS, to the local favorites below:
Mrs. Mitchell’s Gift Shop
Sand and Santa Gift Shop
The Three Sisters Consignment Boutique
Arts & Entertainment
The entertainment options in Hampton are second only to the sun in attracting people to the seacoast:
Al Gauron Fisheries, Inc.
Hampton Beach Casino & Ballroom
Hampton Beach Seafood Festival
Hampton Beach State Park
Hampton is part of the shortest seacoast in the country, but it has everything! Hampton Beach State Park provides year-round recreation, with Atlantic ocean-front facilities situated along miles of sandy beach. Activities in the park include swimming, fishing, picnicking, and RV camping with full hook-ups in the campground.
Historic Marker Challenge - Hampton and Hampton Falls History