Introduction to Kingston, New Hampshire
Kingston was originally a part of Hampton. The area was once inhabited by Native Americans. It was permanently settled after the King's War. King William of England established Kingstown as a separate town in 1694. The town is located in Rockingham County, which was founded in 1771 and was named in honor of Charles Watson-Wentworth, the 2nd Marquess of Rockingham.
Kingston and nearby Attractions
- Country Shore Camping Area
- Kingston State Park
- Mystery Hill - America's Stonehenge
- Rock Rimmon State Forest
- American Independence Museum
- Sandown Historical Society Museum
Things To Do In Kingston
Kingston is home to the Kingston State Park and Webster Natural Area. The Nichols Memorial Library is an ideal destination for those who enjoy reading. The Country Shore Camping Area is also a popular tourist destination. The American Independence Museum, the Sandown Historical Society Museum and the Bartlett Museum are nearby as well.
Pease International Airport is nearby.
Kingston Higher Education
Northern Essex Community College, the University of New Hampshire and Merrimack College are all in the neighborhood.