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Trail Passport

Bike/Walk Month – May 2021

Feeling cooped up due to COVID restrictions? Venture out with your family and explore ten terrific trails around the region this month and win prizes.

The Seacoast offers a great variety of trails for bicycling, walking or running. For Bike/Walk Month in May this year Rockingham Planning Commission, Strafford Regional Planning Commission and Seacoast Area Bicycle Riders (SABR) have designed the Seacoast Trail Passport to encourage families to explore these trails and the great outdoor recreation opportunities they provide.

For each trail you visit, your name will be entered in a drawing for a large pool of gift certificates and other schwag from local bicycle shops. Complete all ten and your name will be entered ten times. Win stickers from bike shops and other partners just for participating.

Submit your trail visits by May 31st using the online trail trip logger. Uploading photos is encouraged! You can also download the paper version of the passport, trail descriptions and additional information.

  • Seacoast Trail Passport (PDF 5MB)
  • Online Trail Trip Logger:
  • Full Seacoast Bike/Walk Month Calendar of Events

  • The trails in the Passport were selected with families in mind with easy to moderate difficulty. They are located around the region to encourage exploring new places. Some may be old favorites you’ve visited many times. We hope others will be new discoveries!

    1. Farmington Recreational Trail – Farmington
    2. Goodwill Conservation Area – Barrington
    3. Kingman Farm – Madbury
    4. Lee Town Forest – Lee
    5. Oyster River Forest & Spruce Hold Conservation Area - Durham
    6. Rockingham Recreation Trail – Epping Trailhead
    7. Piscassic Greenway – Newfields
    8. Stratham Hill Park Trails – Stratham
    9. Great Bay National Wildlife Refuge – Newington
    10. Odiorne Point State Park – Rye