Newmarket Town Landing

Newmarket Town Landing

Newmarket, New Hampshire 03857

About this Location

Newmarket Town Landing is a boat launch on Upper Narrows and Moonlight Brook in Newmarket. It has a history of shipbuilding dating back to the 18th century when prominent shipwrights such as Edward Taylor, George Hilton, William Coffin, and General James Hill worked on the shores of Great Bay. The town landing was a place where lumber and shooks were shipped to the West Indies. Some of the relics of the shipbuilding era include iron rings, sawpits, and the Moody Parsonage, which was owned by General Hill.


  • Wheelchair accessible trail

  • Roadside viewing

  • Restrooms on site

  • Entrance fee

Last updated October 25, 2023