Cool Off This Summer With A Visit To These 7 New Hampshire Waterfalls

If you’re just beginning to explore the great outdoors of New Hampshire summer is a great time continue the fun. From the beach to the lakes, forests to trails you’re likely to have something to do every day that you want to get outside. Some of our favorite destinations are those that help us cool down and waterfalls are great for that. The ones we’ve included here are some of our favorites, but by no means are they the only falls you should visit. Start here and then continue the adventure with some of your own!

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Do you have a favorite waterfall we haven’t included here? Let us know where it is and what’s great about it in the comments so we can check it out!

Believe it or not, one of the most refreshing ways to enjoy the state doesn’t include jumping into a body of water at all. Instead, walk or ride alongside the ocean on the 3-mile Oriorne Point Loop Trail in New Hampshire!

Address: Profile Falls Road, Profile Falls Rd, Bristol, NH 03222, USA
Address: Jackson Falls, Jackson, NH 03846, USA
Address: Dianas Baths, Bartlett, NH 03812, USA
Address: Lower Falls, Albany, NH 03818, USA
Address: Emerald Pool, Pinkham's Grant, NH 03846, USA
Address: Thompson Falls Trailhead, White Mountain Rd, Gorham, NH 03581, USA
Address: Glen Ellis Falls, Jackson, NH 03846, USA