Hilton's Point


May 23. 2013 3:12PM






Hilton State Park
Dover, NH Marker Number: 92

Name and date established: Dover 1973

Description: The first settlement at Dover was made here at the southernmost point of Dover neck and was called Hilton's Point after Edward and Willian Hilton. They were fishmongers from London who, in 1623, established their fishing industry at this scenic site.

Location: Located in Hilton State Park, at westbound Exit 5 of the Spaulding Turnpike, Route 16.

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