The Blue Star Turnpike segment of the Turnpike System extends from the Massachusetts state line in Seabrook to the Maine state line in Portsmouth. It is 16.2 miles in length and constitutes a portion of I-95.
The Blue Star Turnpike serves as the major connecting road between the states of Massachusetts and Maine. It also parallels the seacoast and, as such, is the major artery for tourist traffic to the New Hampshire coast. The route also connects with several major highways in NH, including NH 101, US 4 and the Spaulding Turnpike.
Two toll plazas are located in Hampton, one for main line traffic and one for vehicles entering and leaving the system at Exit 2 to NH101. Hampton also has maintenance and park and ride facilities to encourage car-pooling.
Visit NHRideShare for detailed park and ride information. A Welcome Center (northbound) is located on the Turnpike in the town of Seabrook.
|Hampton Main Toll Plaza|
Hampton Toll Plaza opened on June 24, 1950. The toll has 16 lanes and is the largest plaza in the State of New Hampshire. As the only toll on I-95, we welcome tourists into the state. The plaza has convertible lanes to accomodate the increasing volume of summer traffic.
|Hampton Side Toll Plaza|
Hampton Side Toll is conveniently located between I95 and Route 101, which provide easy access to Hampton Beach or our Portsmouth/Seacoast area.