Fiesta Shows created a Midway adjacent to the RV campground. Parking was only $5 per car, granting access to the magnificent beach.
Beyond the Midway rides, games, and food trucks, there was a community presence with booths from different organizations. The Blue Ocean Society offered children free art activities to raise awareness for ocean conservation. There was also an art booth showcasing local artists.
Throughout the weekend, local bands entertained the fair as well as beach-goers.
One particular goal of mine during this trip was to finally try some Lobster Mac & Cheese, which I succeeded and savored in my beach chair nearby with my toes in the sand and the waves adding to the band tunes.
Although my family greatly enjoyed the fair, stepping a few feet away we were able to experience why Hampton Beach is one of the most popular beaches in New England.
This image of Joe eating one of the Casino Food Truck’s Monster Hotdogs really sums up our adventure!
Do you have a favorite carnival ride? Mine has always been the carousel!
My name is Lisa Wiley and I am native to mid-New England, but a NH transplant once my husband and I started a family. We have five children and multiple pets, including a bassett named Rue who will be featured in many of my posts! I work in two academic libraries and recently completed a Bachelors in Education and Training through Granite State College. My husband and I are both educators and love outdoor adventures on a shoestring budget! On the side, we garden and raise chickens and angora rabbits. I enjoy spinning the angora fiber from these gentle animals into beautiful yarns. I can't wait to share the adventures of the 'Wiley Rangers' as we explore NH!