Make Your Summer Epic With A Visit To Cascade Falls, A Hidden New Hampshire Water Park
By Michelle|Published June 28, 2021
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The summer is a time for enjoying the outdoors and trying new things. There are tons to choose from in New Hampshire, but we love the activities that are off-the-beaten-path. Some of these things might even exist right under our noses. If you love cooling off with a dip in the water this time of year, consider trading in your water park tickets for something even more fun. This natural water park is just the thing!
Cascade Park can be reached by parking in town and walking to the North Woodstock Visitor’s Center where you’ll find the entrance area. There isn’t a ton of official information about this fun spot, but you’ll certainly be able to find it with a visit to the town.