Laid-back and lovely, Greenland and Stratham, New Hampshire are beautiful Seacoast towns. 

Greenland is a charming small town sprinkled with farms and neighborhoods with beautifully-manicured lawns. Located a short drive from both downtown Portsmouth, New Hampshire and charming Exeter, New Hampshire, Greenland has easy access to all that the Seacoast has to offer!

Neighboring Stratham has a similar small town feel to Greenland. It’s nestled in between Exeter and Newfields, and is very accessible as well. 

Being close to everything, yet with a neighborhood feel, Greenland and Stratham are wonderful towns to raise a family. They are also perfectly located if you like to enjoy the natural beauty 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. It’s certainly a beautiful visit in the fall! 

For more outdoor fun, be sure to visit Stratham Hill Park for 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 shops and restaurants, scattered throughout Greenland and Stratham, these towns are essential to the seacoast landscape.


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