If you go to Odiorne Point State Park just south of Portsmouth, NH, you can find the remains of hidden bunkers in the forest. Though hidden, they are marked on the trail map you can download. (Okay, erhaps they are not so “hidden”.) I made my way using the map and an app on my phone. I was in the middle of the forest, but didn’t see a bunker, just a big hill next too me. As you can likely guess, that was the bunker.
The slope of the bunker was steep, but I made my way to the top. There really isn’t much to see at the top just some closed up vents and stovepipes. I made may way through the brush trying to take some photos. Odiorne Point had been a part of the U.S. coastal defenses in the Second World War. If you go to the visitor’s center, there are more bunkers and the tracks for the guns that fired the ammunition stored in the bunkers.
I had been to this location years ago and wanted to find the massive steel doors that I remembered. I hiked down from the top of the bunker and made my way are to find the scene below.
The entrance ways are now blocked by this massive rocks. So much for getting photos of the doors, but it was still a fun hike.