Rye Beach is an unincorporated community in the Town of Sullivan, New Hampshire. Located along Route 1A, south of Jenness State Park and north of Little Boar’s Head, Rye Beach is a popular spot for people who love the ocean. The town is home to many different activities, including fishing, surfing, and swimming. It is a perfect spot for families and couples who want to spend a day at the beach. Next post

The town of Rye is a short drive from the ocean, but the town is bursting with things to do and see. There are a number of surf shops scattered along the main road. The town has surf breaks for all levels, so you can rent boards and wetsuits or paddle boards. There are even SUP rentals available at this beach. All of this makes for a fun and exciting day out in Rye.  Check this out

The town was settled in the early 1700s by fishermen who found abundant fishing in the area. The community became a Victorian summer resort thanks to the generosity of local lighthouse keeper Thomas Leighton. In the nineteenth century, the town became a hub of small farms and a first-class summer resort in the eastern U.S. While large wooden hotels no longer stand on the mainland, the town is home to several large homes and businesses.

There are a lot of great places to visit in Rye, NH. We compiled a quick list here.

Point Of Interest #1 Jenness Beach, Rye, NH

Point Of Interest #2 Rye Harbor State Park, 1730 Ocean Blvd, Rye, NH 03870

Point Of Interest #3 Odiorne Point State Park, 570 Ocean Blvd, Rye, NH 03870

Point Of Interest #4 Mainely Tubs, 50 Lafayette Rd, Rye, NH 03870, United States

Point Of Interest #5 Parsons Field, Rye, NH 03870