Kingston NH located in Rockingham County is a lovely small town in Southern NH with a population just over 6,000 according to the 2010 census. The town has a lot of appeal being nestled in-between Route 107 and 125 and being home to many trails and a warm community.
Here are the top four things to do in Kingston on my list.
- Kingston State Park, located 124 Main Street, Kingston, New Hampshire 03848
Kingston State Park is a 44 Acre state park located on Great Pond. There is so much to offer at this giant “park”. There are swim areas, boat launching, picnic areas, playground, softball field and it’s connected to Rock Rimmon State Forest. Trails on trails on trails!
2. The Kingston 1686 House, located 127 Main St, Kingston, NH 03848
This iconic tavern has been around since, you guessed it 1686! They serve up a variety of option from escargot bourgogne, Greek spinach & feta pie to broiler grilled filet Mignon, and roasted duck. Come check them out, you wont be disappointed!
3. Memories Ice cream, located 95 Exeter Rd, Kingston, NH 03848
Memories has over 40 standard ice cream flavors and an additional 17 speciality and seasonal flavors! If you’re looking for to celebrate your birthday they also made homemade ice cream cakes, you can pick all the flavors you want! Yum!
4. Carriagetowne Antiques & Uniques, located 53 Church St Kingston, New Hampshire 03848
This shop is as quaint as it sounds. Its adorable selection of unique finds will have you searching for more and more! The prices are very reasonable and store owner Stan is such a sweet and welcoming host! Tell Stan, “Rosie the Realtor and Handsome Joe the Realtor” sent you and he will be sure to give you the grand tour! Don’t forget to check their Facebook page for updates on products and discount specials!