New Hampshire Beaches Sea Glass?

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Hi, I am planning a trip to New Hampshire

Any good beaches with known beach glass finds?

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Mar 16, 2021
by: Mark

I have found over the last 20 years enough seaglass to fill a few 5 gallon buckets at NH beaches

Feb 02, 2019
Need glasses?
by: Anonymous

Perhaps you just had bad timing? Always find sea glass there. Maybe I took it all? Best after a good storm near Wallis not at Wallis.

May 11, 2018
by: Ashley

I always have my best luck in the outcove beaches just beyond Odiorne State Park. Most of the navy blue pieces I find are between Odiorne and Wallis Sands.

Apr 20, 2018
by: Pete from NH

I just returned from a day at the beach. Where did I go? Oh, I went looking for sea glass along the highly recommended Rye Beach and Northampton State Park area.

I gather the State went thru the stretch of beaches and state parks along NH's mansion area with a vacuum because....NO SEA GLASS!!! Not even a shard!!!

I gather someone had taken a bag of store bought sea glass from the Christmas Tree Shops and sprinkled it across the area to the delight of the people who have posted here.

People! Go to Maine or to Spectacle Island to find your sea glass because, let me repeat, in New Hampshire...NO SEA GLASS!!!

Final comment: Kudos to the state for keeping the beaches clean! Lol, appears folk are discarding their blue bottles and ceramics elsewhere.

Sorry to disappoint!

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