0.2 miles, stone dust
Connects to Old Eastern Marsh Trail
The Seabrook-Salisbury Trail connects the northern end of the Old Eastern Marsh Trail to Route 286 in Seabrook, NH. allowing easy bicycle access to the New Hampshire Seacoast.
The trail is maintained by the Friends of the Seabrook Rail Trail and the Coastal Trails Coalition.
Seabrook-Salisbury Trail to Eastern Marsh Trail: The Seabrook-Salisbury Trail connects to the northern end of the Old Eastern Marsh Trail.
The Seabrook-Salisbury Trail can be accessed from Route 286.
Seabrook Firemen’s Parking Lot: 28 Collins Street, Seabrook, NH (42.8702, -70.8620)
From US Route 1 in Salisbury turn east onto Route 286 (Collins St.), shortly after crossing the old railroad bridge at the MA/NH state line turn right into the fire station parking lot and park near the trail entrance in the rear. The Seabrook-Salisbury Trail Connector is a 0.2 mile stone dust trail leading to the north end of the Old Eastern Marsh Trail.
The Friends of the Seabrook Rail Trail are working to develop an abandoned rail corridor in Seabrook into a rail trail that will connect the Town of Seabrook to the New Hampshire Seacoast Greenway, a proposed 17 mile non-motorized trail that will connect the eight coastal communities of: Seabrook, Hampton Falls, Hampton, North Hampton, Rye, Greenland, New Castle and Portsmouth.