The Gorgeous 1.2-Mile Hike In New Hampshire’s Heron Point Sanctuary That Will Lead You Past A Waterfall And River

One of the best way to remember all the ways we love New Hampshire is to get outside and see the landscape! We’ve got enough hidden corners and far-flung spots to allow for lots of alone time in the wilderness, but sometimes we just don’t have the time to travel. That’s when we search out the spots that are a bit closer to home. This trail, located as close to a city-center as you can get, offers both river and waterfall views and we love it!

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The Heron Point Sanctuary Loop Trail is open year-round, but is said to be best between April and October. You can learn more about it by checking out alltrails.com. Or, you can visit the sanctuary on Facebook. Have a furry friend you love to adventure with? Not a problem! You can bring them along, just be sure to keep them on a leash.

We’ve got another trail we’ve been loving lately! The Fletcher’s Cascade Trail in New Hampshire is a 3.2-mile out-and-back hike with a waterfall finish.

Address: Newmarket, NH 03857, USA