This New Hampshire Ice Cream Trail is a Sweet Road Trip

What’s your favorite flavor of ice cream?

Are you someone who prefers chocolate flavors like rocky road and s’mores, vanilla flavors like cream cookies or moose tracks, or flavors that are full-fledged entities like strawberry , pistachio, coffee or superman? If you are part of the sorbets or sorbets club, do you like raspberry or mango sorbets? How about rainbow sorbet?

On the presentation side, do you prefer a cup or a cone? If you like the latter, are plain, sugar or waffle cones your choice? Do you load your ice cream with toppings or keep it simpler?

Whatever your preference, you know you can’t say no to a delicious serving of ice cream, or some version of it.

We all know it’s not hard to hit the store if you’re looking for a pint of your favorite flavor to curb that sweet tooth. But what about when you’re out with friends to enjoy a warm (or cold, depending on what’s floating on your boat) afternoon and want to stop for an ice cream?

Or, better yet, what if you’re in the mood to hop in the car and hit up some of the many ice cream restaurants New Hampshire has to offer?

Without further ado, here is an NH ice cream trail that will make for a nice road trip. From Kingston, the path heads north to Pittsburgh before descending to the coast and ending in Rye.

This New Hampshire Ice Cream Trail Is A Sweet Road Trip You Must Take

Beginning in Kingston, this delicious NH Ice Cream Trail begins in Kingston and heads north to Pittsburgh before descending to the Seacoast Rye Beach area.

Speaking of sweets, here are 25 of the best bakeries in New Hampshire. How far did you go?

25 of New Hampshire’s Best Bakeries

Remember when the Fox Run Mall in NH had these 22 stores?

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