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fascinating and fun

Beauty in the way the water has carved the rocks. Kids love to jump into the icy water and swim... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
stldd
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Holyoke, Massachusetts
Very cool rock formations, Very cold water!

There is parking nearby. The river flows snow melt off the nearby mountains and carves its way... read more

Reviewed 10 July 2018
leiasnerfherder
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Boston, Massachusetts
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Between Routes 3A and 118, Hebron, NH 03241
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Beauty in the way the water has carved the rocks. Kids love to jump into the icy water and swim around the rocks.

1  Thank stldd
Reviewed 10 July 2018

There is parking nearby. The river flows snow melt off the nearby mountains and carves its way through the rocks little by little season after season. It is a great place to show geology and how rivers form, and then to jump from the rocks...More

1  Thank leiasnerfherder
Reviewed 13 February 2018

Our family has owned property within a mile of this site since 1847. It has gotten more popular over the years. I remember our family having the place all to ourselves when we were kids. One thing I have noticed is that swimmers jumping into...More

6  Thank Martha C
Reviewed 17 October 2017 via mobile

The sculptured rocks natural area is an easy to find park that offers easy/medium hikes down and along a river featuring really neat rock formations, a bunch of little waterfalls and (at least at this time of year) a peaceful walk. Probably should have worn...More

2  Thank Dave C
Reviewed 17 October 2017 via mobile

This is a wonderful place to explore, hike and find peace. As I’m here during October, the colors are outstanding as well. Parking is fabulous too.

Thank sallylcrowley
Reviewed 12 October 2017

The rushing river water has done an awesome job sculpting these huge boulders. There was hardly any water in the river so we got right down in there and explored the smooth rocks and enjoyed the day. Although there is also a snowmobile trail to...More

Thank Alice M
Reviewed 31 July 2017 via mobile

The river has made cool designs in the rocks as it passes by. There are several smaller versions of carving like the more famous Basin up in the Notch. The majority of the people just come to jump in the refreshing river water on a...More

1  Thank NH_Camper_5
Reviewed 27 July 2017 via mobile

Very scenic peaceful river. Not only can you swim in certain parts, some spots are deep enough for you to jump in. Other parts shallow enough for you to walk along. Close to trails for walks. Car park available. Ladies portaloo in car park, not...More

1  Thank papercrane2015
Reviewed 10 July 2017

I noticed a review that mentioned the crowd and close proximity to the road. In my experience the further I have to walk from the road, the smaller and more respectful the crowd is. In this case it was not too bad. It is only...More

2  Thank Bryan603
Reviewed 10 July 2017 via mobile

We had a great family trip here. Despite being a beautiful summer weekend day, it was not overcrowded. There were certainly people there, but parking was easy. There is a lot of boulder climbing to be done if you want to get beyond the part...More

2  Thank AmyPedi
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newfoundlake org/newfound-lake-hiking Newfound lake is the area you would most likely hike
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Many dogs on leashes were present the day I was there. I didn't see any signs prohibiting dogs. But just as anywhere you go with a dog, remember to clean up after them. Be aware there are steep and/or slippery areas on... More
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