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Parks and Rec

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  to somePlan your summer now…and get good deals and discounts to some great New England spots! Get your very own Fun Pass to get more than $1,800 in savings. Visit the Rec. Department to pick one up today for only $32!

 

 

 

 

 

Looking for Summer Camps?

Visit our Youth, Spring/Summer Page to see them all.

Register in person at Hampton Rec. 

Call 926-3932 for more information

 

 

 

Most Commonly Requested Forms:

Hampton Recreation Release Waiver

General Enrollment Form 

Field/Facility Use Request Form

 

 

 

 

 

Hampton Recreation and Parks

100 Winnacunnet Road

2nd Floor, Town Hall

Hampton, NH 03842

603-926-3932

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adult Programs

Senior Programs

Trips

Special Events

T-Shirts

Photos and Videos

Adopt-A-Spot Application

Adopt-A-Spot Available Locations

Hampton Garden Club

 

 
 

The benefits are endless…..Through many of our program brochures, literature, t-shirts, and other promotions, you may have seen the logo, “Parks & Recreation…the Benefits are Endless…”. The Hampton Recreation & Parks Department has adopted this National Recreation and Parks program along with numerous other departments across the country in an effort to inform our respective communities of the endless benefits that parks and recreation provide. 

Recreation can increase community pride, build self esteem, build family unity, create memories, and offer social interaction. Numerous programs offered by the Hampton Recreation & Parks Department provide proof of those benefits. Whether it’s walking, participating in youth sports classes, adult basketball and softball leagues, enjoying our after school program or summer day and sport camps, or having fun with senior activities, recreation truly provides outstanding benefits.

Parks can help protect the environment, increase property value, and help make you healthier, happier, and less stressed. Citizens of Hampton need look no further than Tuck Field, Eaton Park, or Lew Brown Park as perfect examples of how parks can be beneficial. For example, Lew Brown Park was used as a dump site for years and is now a site that provides for walking, flag football, skateboarding, soccer, volleyball, inline skating, and hockey. Property values adjacent to the park have increased along with a remarkable improvement in the environment.

The staff of the Hampton Recreation & Parks Department encourages all Hampton citizens to take advantage of our parks and participate in our recreation programs.  As you can see… the benefits are endless.

Youth Programs

     Fall and Winter Programs                       Spring and Summer Programs Registration open NOW for Spring and Summer Programs.

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Adult Programs

Adult Programs Pickleball Information Video of Pickleball  Waiver must be completed to Play Click here to print waiver!   .   Hampton Recreation is looking for a Fitness Instructor! If you or anyone you know is interested please stop by the Hampton Rec. Dept, Town Hall, 2nd floor or call 926-3932 for more information. Yoga at …

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Senior Programs

    Hampton Walkers Hampton Walkers meets everyday (except Sundays) to get outside and walk! Bingo & Bridge    Join us for some afternoons of fun and games for seniors only. Senior Citizen Club Joining the Senior Club is a great way to get out, get involved, and make new friends   Bone Builders This …

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Trips

    Introduction to Ireland and Travel Show Tuesday, April 7th 6:00 PM 100 Winnacunnet Road, Hampton Pick up a brochure at the Town Hall! For more information call (603) 926-3932 Textile Mills Wednesday July 1st   Day Trip to New York City    Nov 21, 2015   Summer/Fall North Shore Musicals June 3- Dream Girls …

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Special Events

    Kids Run the World 5k Pre-Register Today! Click Here                  

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T-Shirts

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Photos & Videos

Check out our photos and videos! Click the albums you want to see and then click to enlarge the pictures. Skatepark Summer Sizzler 2011 Album Fairy Fantasia 2011 Photo Album Halloween Parade 2011 Photo Album Applefest 2011 Photo Album Tree Lighting Ceremony 2011 Easter Egg Dig 2012 Photo Album      

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Contact Info and Office Hours

Forms Mission Rec. Council Staff General Information Director: Dyana Martin Program Coordinator: René Boudreau Operations Assistants:  Marissa Correll & Liz Premo Regular Office Hours: Monday – Thursday 8:00am – 5:00pm Friday 8:00am – 12:00pm Summer Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm 100 Winnacunnet Road Hampton, NH 03842 Telephone: (603) 926-3932 Fax: (603) 926-6768 parks-rec at hamptonnh …

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