Road Trip Planning

Create a New Hampshire Interstate #95 PDF

Kms Miles
Reverse Guide Direction

New Hampshire Interstate #95 Highway Guide

Miles Kms Item Summary
0.2
0.3
Exit 7
Access to Market Street and Woodbury Avenue.
1.4
2.3
Exit 5
Junction of Highway #4 North to city of Dover. Access to Highway #1 to communities of Newstle and Kittery - East side of the highway. Junction of Highway #4 North to cities of Dover and Rochester. Junction of Highway #16 North to Ossipee, Conway and Berlin. Access to Odiome Point State Park and Wallis Sands State Beach - East of the highway. Note: Highways #4 and #16 North called the 'Spaulding Turnpike' at this point. The Spaulding Turnpike is eastern New Hampshire's major limited access North-South highway linking the Seacoast area and I-95 with Concord via US 4 and with the Lakes Region and White Mountains via NH 16.
1.4
2.3
Junction of Highway #4
North to the city of Dover. Dover boasts of a long and colorful history for nearly four centuries. It was a colonial seaport in its early days, and in the 1700s, it had a successful shipbuilding industry.
1.4
2.3
Access to Odiorne Point State Park & Wallis Sands State Beach
Picnickers can enjoy sweeping views of the ocean and rocky shore. Amenities offered include picnic tables, a boat launch, restrooms, a paved bicycle path, interpretive displays. Wallis Sands State Beach offers oceanfront swimming, views of the Isles of Shoals. Beach amenities include a store, bathhouses, hot and cold showers.
2.2
3.5
Exit 4
Note: I-95 called the 'Blue Star Turnpike' at this point. The Blue Star Turnpike section of the Turnpike System stretches from Seabrook (the Massachusetts state line) to the Portsmouth Traffic Circle. It runs for 15.0 miles and makes up a portion of I-95. It also parallels the seacoast and, as such, is the major artery for tourist traffic to the New Hampshire coast.
2.7
4.3
Exit 3A
Access to the Bus Terminal Park and Ride.
2.9
4.7
Exit 3B
Note: This is the last exit before the Toll Road.
9.5
15.3
Junction of Highway #101
East to community of Hampton; West to Exeter, Raymond and Manchester.
9.5
15.3
Junction of Highway #101
Access to the Jenness State Beach and Rye Harbor State Park - East of the highway. Jenness State Beach. Amenities at the beach include a bathhouse. Rye Harbor State Park affords scenic views of the Atlantic Ocean and Rye Harbor, also called Ragged Neck. Amenities offered; picnic tables and restrooms.
9.9
16.0
Toll Booth

12.4
19.9
Point of Information
Crossing Taylor River.
15.0
24.2
Exit 1
Junction of Highway #107 West to Kingston and Fremont. Access to Hampton Falls and Seabrook - East of the highway. Fuel and lodging - off highway. Access to tourist information center - East side of the highway.
15.9
25.6
Exit 6
Junction of Highway #286 East. Access to tourist information center - West side of the highway.
19.4
31.2
End of I-95
New Hampshire/Massachusetts state line. Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide - S&e