Photograph Castle Hill

Castle Hill

Activities

Chillin, Photography

Skill

Beginner

Season

Year Round

Added by

Tye Martinez

Beach
Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Forest
Romantic
Scenic

Beautiful mansion with over 160 Acres to explore.

Castle Hill refers to either a 165-acre drumlin surrounded by sea and salt marsh or to the mansion that sits on the hill. Both are part of the 2,100-acre Crane Estate located on Argilla Road in Ipswich, Massachusetts.

Take a walk through the public garden or down to the beach. Plenty of beautiful photo opportunities to be had here.

Community Photos

Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures and follow local regulations.

Nearby Lodging

From $110/night

Red Oak Hill Farm

Epping, New Hampshire

From $100/night

Normanton Farms

Litchfield, New Hampshire

From $100/night

Hundred Acre Woods

Deerfield, New Hampshire

Reviews

Leave a Review

Overall rating: 

Super Awesome Walking Spot

Awesome views of the ocean. A good afternoon stroll

Unique And Scenic

Castle Hill is a really scenic area with cool outdoor architecture and nice views to the ocean and Plum Island. The path to beach access is nice. There are often deer wandering around in winter/fall/spring.

Activities

Chillin, Photography

Skill

Beginner

Season

Year Round

Added by

Tye Martinez

Nearby Adventures

Adventure

Hike the Hellcat Dunes Trail

Adventure

Explore the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge

Adventure

Hike the Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary Trail

Adventure

Hike the Weir Hill Reservation Trail

More Nearby Adventures

Related Stories

destinations

A Magical Yosemite Valley Winter Storm

A Yosemite Winter Wonderland

gear

La Sportiva Women's Skwama Climbing Shoe Review

Super sticky, super responsive, and just as badass as the men’s version of the shoe.

travel

A Few Days in Rossland, BC - A Must-Stop on the Powder Highway

If this town of less than 4,000 friendly folks doesn’t charm your socks off, the terrain at RED M...

destinations

WATCH: A Way of Life Under Attack - 'Welcome to Gwichyaa Zhee'

All over this country, indigenous people are literally just fighting for their identity.

More Stories