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We really enjoyed hiking up to the top of Table Rock, which overlooks the entire area around Dixville Notch. The views are amazing and actually a little breathtaking as well! Not too difficult, and most people would probably be able to complete this hike.
Nice waterfalls only a short walk from the parking area at the picnic area. Other hiking options are also in the area if you've got the time and the leg muscle. The views won't disappoint and the picnic area has lot's of shade!
Cruised through the area while vacationing the north country. Nice small notch with a "weeeee!" Bump at the peak. On the Errol side of the notch three are lots of "moosey" spots on the sides of the roads to watch the wildlife. A couple spots...More
Check out Dixville Flume waterfalls which is an easy access to see a beautiful set of falls. Small parking area and picnic spot. Also known as the Baby Flume of Dixville Notch.
Located on the southern side of the height of land on the east...More
We travel to New Hampshire often and were always curious about what Dixville Notch and the surrounding area was like. Every four years this area with three small communities receives national attention as the people here cast the first votes in the national elections. Even...More
We took a motorcycle trip through Dixville Notch and the Dixville State Parks. Just beautiful. Really beautiful. The ride was quite an adventure, as there are narrow roads and spectacular cliffs. No boring flat riding. The trees are immense and grow thickly, and the cliffs...More
The scenery at Dixville Notch State Park is simply breathtaking. The cliffs look like the floating rocks from Avatar. The drive is a little sketchy so be wary of all road signs and speed limits or you'll find yourselves catching a few G's while descending...More
Had the opportunity to pass this way first of October. This route is simply breathtaking. Driving through this state park was like driving through a blazing fire without the heat. The colors were absolutely brilliant and each turn was met with a new and equally...More