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The Weather in Hampton
The above is a climate diagram for Hampton. July is the warmest month of the year in Hampton with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 82°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 19°. The rainiest month is December while the driest month is August.
Hampton Beach vacation rentals: Classic summer fun
The ocean views, salty air and warm sand of Hampton, NH is a repeat destination for travelers. Vacation homes in the area vary from newly constructed upscale condominiums to spacious, multi-family homes with features like a farmer's porch, to cozy seaside cottages.
Capturing family moments by the sea
In the rare event that your kids have had their fill of the beach, families can branch out to attractions such as the Casino Cascade Waterslide or Buc's Lagoon Mini Golf. You can book whale watching and deep sea fishing excursions at several local spots. Visit the classic arcade on the Hampton strip to play vintage video games, or catch a free live concert at the Hampton Sea Shell. Kids can learn more about the aquatic life around Hampton at the Blue Ocean Discovery Center.
Escape to endless summer: Hampton attractions
Just one hour north of Boston is iconic Hampton Beach, a premier summer destination offering stunning vacation homes, beach-themed shops and seafood restaurants - and of course, the star of the show: the sparkling Atlantic Ocean.
Hampton Beach State Park, located on Route 1A, is a 50-acre state park that has everything beach bums need: clean restrooms and hot showers, a snack bar and sundry shop, barbecue pits, and even a gazebo for large gatherings such as family reunions or birthday parties. Other places to park your beach chair include North Beach, a less populated alternative to the state park. Locals love its more quiet vibe.
Serious sand sculptures
At the start of every summer, visitors flock to the annual Hampton Beach Sand Sculpture Classic, held the second week of June. It's a competition where teams create artistic sand sculptures, and the public can vote for their favorite. More than 200 tons of imported sand are dropped on the beach. The entire area is illuminated for night viewing through the end of June.
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