Hampton Area Chamber / Hampton Beach State Park Class of 2020

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Meet the hosts of
Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce / Hampton Beach State Park Class of 2020
Monday / Tuesday, May 18-19, 2020

The Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce

The Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce serves the Seacoast towns of Seabrook, Hampton Falls, Hampton, Hampton Beach, North Hampton and Rye, New Hampshire. The Chamber is always available to assist in any way we can. The Chamber represents its Members,  businesses, and works with the various communities that we represent to support their activities and programs throughout the year.

Please feel free to visit our office at 47 Winnacunnet Road in Hampton or the Seacoast Visitors Center at 160 Ocean Boulevard (seasonal), or give us a call anytime: 603-926-8718.

Be sure to look for the Hampton Chamber Member Decal, proudly displayed, wherever you shop or dine in the area. Hampton Area Chamber Members care about the community and hope you may be a part of the Chamber as well.

Mission: The purpose of this organization is to perform the needed services to the membership and promote the economic growth of Hampton, Hampton Falls, North Hampton, Rye and Seabrook areas. The Chamber will serve and support its membership and the people residing in its service area.

Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce NH  

47 Winnacunnet Rd, Hampton, NH 03842  603. 926.8718


Hampton Beach State Park

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.

Notice: The Army Corps of Engineers will begin the Hampton Beach Dredging project starting on October 15 , 2019 and continuing through April of 2020. Campers and Park visitors should expect construction noise, potential beach restrictions and beach revitalization which could cause odors. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause as we work to improve Hampton Beach State Park and the surrounding areas.


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