Cruising with Cache the Dog in Kingston, New Hampshire
Happy Fall friends! Cache here for another riveting adventure with my pals at Partners Bank. This month, we’re adventuring to their newest New England bank location, Kingston, New Hampshire!
When I first heard about Partners Bank’s new Kingston New Hampshire branch, I barked at the opportunity to play fetch! Once my Partners pals kindly told me that the word “branch” doesn’t always pertain to sticks, I just had to go see this new location for myself.
There’s plenty of new sights and things to do in Kingston New Hampshire. From paddleboarding, and hiking, to strolling through downtown, come along and explore the many things to do in Kingston, New Hampshire with me!
First up Kingston State Park
Parks are a great way to enjoy the great outdoors of a new area. Trails are nicely marked and there’s always a place to enjoy a picnic lunch. Kingston State Park was the perfect start to my day in Kingston, New Hampshire.
Spend some time on the Lake
Swimming, Kayaking & Paddleboarding in Kingston State Park
In the summer months, Kingston State Park is a great place for people to splash around in beautiful Great Pond. Home to one of the sandiest beaches on Great Pond, beachgoers can enjoy games on the shore or float around in the clean, crisp water. The beach offers stunning New England views, making for a serene and scenic swim. As the water cools, it’s time for kayaking & paddleboarding in Great Pond.
I’m partial to the doggy paddle, so when I saw Kayak, Canoe, and Stand Up Paddleboards for rent in Kingston State Park, I couldn’t pass them up. Enjoy a day on the water with no boating license required! Paddle through the many coves and islands Great Pond has to offer, or test your skills by doing some creative balancing on the paddleboards. Kayaking & paddleboarding in Great Pond is the perfect family-friendly Kingston, New Hampshire experience.
A Walk in the Park
Exploring the Kingston State Park Loop
A moderate, dog friendly trail, this loop is another great family-friendly Kingston, New Hampshire experience. Along the path, there are grilling sites and even a playground for kids! Two paws way up for the Kingston State Park Loop!
Next Up, Local Kingston New Hampshire Shops!
My adventures through Kingston, New Hampshire lead me and my humans to some pretty interesting places, from snacking at local eateries to a unique art shop, the Local Kingston, New Hampshire shops are not to be missed!
Check Out Some Local Kingston, New Hampshire Sights
Grab a Bite From One of The Many Restaurants in Kingston, New Hampshire
While Walking along Main Street I was overwhelmed with the smells of fresh pizza, pub food, and baked goods. Main Street and Church Street in Kingston offer many of the area’s local eateries, from Kingston House of Pizza’s famous pepperoni, fine dining at Kingston 1686 House, and a combination of just about everything you could want at Carriage Towne Bar & Grill. My tail was wagging with excitement over the many restaurants in Kingston, New Hampshire.
Get to Know the History of Kingston, New Hampshire
What’s Happening at the Kingston Historical Museum
Before setting out on my road trip I was sure to check the hours for the Kingston, New Hampshire Historical Museum. Founded in 1969, as the 275th anniversary of the town’s founding, the Kingston Historical Museum is the perfect place to learn more about the area. Located inside the former Nichols Memorial Library (currently the Nichols Historical Museum), there you’ll find information on the community, previous residents, and more. In addition to the museum, all outbuildings including; the Firehouse, the Grace Daley Carriage Barn and Breezeway, the Cobbler Shop, and the Tramp House, are located on Main Street in Kingston, New Hampshire, and provide wonderful insight into the early days of this great New England community.
Recap of My Full Day Exploring Kingston, New Hampshire
After a full days work of exploring Kingston, New Hampshire I give my pals at Partners Bank a pawsitively raving review. They never fail to find the best New England towns for their bank locations, with awesome experiences and cool new sights. I can’t wait for you to explore Kingston and tell me all the exciting stuff you do. Be sure to stop by and see all of the wonderful people at Partners Bank while you’re there – tell them Cache the Dog sent you for a special doggy treat at the window.
Until Our Next Adventure!
Cache the Dog