Visit Dixville Flume, New Hampshire’s Beautiful Emerald Waterfall

The Granite State has one of the most beautiful landscapes in New England. With a mix of coast, forest and incredible mountains, there’s a lot to explore no matter what type of adventure you want to have. We recommend getting out to try everything, but if you’re trying to narrow down your options consider heading out for a waterfall trip! This one, in a beautiful state park, is a great destination!

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Dixville Notch State Park is open year-round, though during the off-season (from late fall through late winter) it’s not staffed and you typically won’t find comfort stations open. We love that pets are allowed, but be sure to be courteous to fellow park goers. You can learn more about it on the New Hampshire State Parks website. If you have questions you can call the park on 603-538-6707.

This beauty is located in Coos County and there are plenty of other waterfalls nearby. In fact, Coos County in New Hampshire has over 25 waterfalls to visit. Try seeing them all!

Address: NH-26, Colebrook, NH 03576, USA