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Wagon Hill Farm

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Route 4, Durham, NH
+1 603-868-5578
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Quite piece of the bay

A nice quite place to walk next to the bay. Well maintained trails from the lot to the water, good... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Zachary S
via mobile
Summer Picnic

This is town property and its open to the public. Love to sit by the water summer evenings... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Durham, New Hampshire
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“open space” (3 reviews)
“hill farm” (4 reviews)
Route 4, Durham, NH
+1 603-868-5578
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A nice quite place to walk next to the bay. Well maintained trails from the lot to the water, good for dogs. Also the local sledding hill in the area during the winter.

Thank Zachary S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is town property and its open to the public. Love to sit by the water summer evenings watching the sun set, crew boats going by. Winter, great fun place for children sledding down the hill from the "Wagon".

Thank virginiapetrie
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I love coming here with my dog. They allow dogs off leash. Nice views. You get a little bit of everything. Woods, flat grass, bay and beach. Good place for my pup to go for a dip. Open dusk to dawn

Thank Sandra D
Reviewed 10 July 2017

Awesome place to hear birds, see the Great Bay, go for a swim, walk the dog, participate in the community garden, go sledding, take pictures on the iconic Wagon, see the grass grow, throw a frisbee, walk along the edge of the Oyster River, go...More

1  Thank marydS2282TP
Reviewed 11 April 2017

This is a great family location. I love taking my grandsons for a day of sledding. The hill is large enough to get to a fun speed for older kids but small enough that you can walk back to the top all day. A great...More

Reviewed 7 December 2016

This is a great place year round. Famous for sledding in the Winter and has a huge hill for sliding. the rest of the year kids and adults bring dogs.. explore the paths near the water and much more.. Gotta be careful of the poison...More

Thank Mainetransplant
Reviewed 20 October 2016 via mobile

When I was a student at UNH I believe his was private land, and we used to trespass up to the wagon in the very early a.m. hours. I was pleasantly surprised (haven't been back to the area since I graduated 25 years ago) to...More

Thank Stcloudmom
Reviewed 17 October 2016

What's not to love? -Plenty of parking -Port-a-potties is strategic locations - Pet clean up bags and stations as well - Plenty of picnic tables - with a view of the bay - Gorgeous water views from multipe trails with a varitey of difficulty levels...More

Thank 112,358
Reviewed 13 September 2016

Thank heavens the good people of Durham, New Hampshire have preserved this beautiful piece of land for hikers, gardeners, and view-seekers. A great half-day walk and picnic spot just a couple of miles from downtown Durham, on the way to Portsmouth. Tuck your pants into...More

Thank simplegifts2016
Reviewed 23 August 2016

This is a loop hike at Wagon Hill Farm. Trails are well-maintained. There are picnic tables and a small pavilion here. View along the Great Bay is pretty. This area is well maintained by the town of Durham, with a couple tables to have a...More

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Susan S
4 March 2016|
Response from slarson127 | Reviewed this property |
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