Greenland + Stratham, NH

Lovely and laid-back, Greenland is a charming small town sprinkled with historic homes, farms, and new developments with beautifully manicured lawns. Located a short drive from downtown Portsmouth, and a hop, skip, and jump away from Exeter and the New Hampshire beaches, Greenland has easy access to all that the Seacoast has to offer! Neighboring Stratham has a similar small town feel to Greenland, and is nestled in between Exeter and Newfields. Being close to everything, yet with a neighborhood layout, Greenland and Stratham are wonderful towns to raise a family, and enjoy the natural beauty that New Hampshire has to offer!

Things to Do in Greenland + Stratham, NH

Rolling with a bounty of green fields, Greenland is a golfer’s dream! Home to two of the Seacoast’s most popular golf courses, tee off and enjoy a few rounds with friends or colleagues. If golf isn’t your game, hop over to Stratham for a day in nature at New Hampshire’s largest estuarine system, found at The Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve.

For more outdoor fun, be sure to visit Stratham Hill Park year-round for hiking and snowshoeing trails. And don’t miss the fried dough and Ferris wheel at the annual Stratham Fair—held every July for 50+ years. With many shops and restaurants, scattered throughout Greenland and Stratham, these neighboring New Hampshire towns are essential to the seacoast landscape.

MUST-SEES!

Bramber Valley Golf Course

Portsmouth Country Club (Don’t be fooled by the name, this course is actually in Greenland!)

Stratham Hill Park

The Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve