Dixville Notch State Park

Quick Facts

Dixville Notch State Park

New Hampshire

(603) 538-6707

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Overview

Dixville Notch State Park spans 127 acres. Within the park is a scenic gorge and waterfalls on two mountain brooks. Hiking trails lead to Table Rock and nearby mountains. The park is also a great spot for picnicking.

Dixville Notch State Park is unstaffed but is open to the public year-round at no charge. Pets are allowed in the park.

Several additional opportunities to enjoy the outdoors are located nearby. Lakes Abeniki and Gloriette Dike are nearby, as are Millsfield Pond and Flume Brook. Fantastic mountain views abound all around.

Map of Dixville Notch (NH)

Latitude, Longitude: 44.864021, -71.294746

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Activities

  • Hiking

    Hiking trails lead to Table Rock and nearby mountains. The trail leading to Cascade Falls may be closed if there is flooding.

  • Picnicking

    This 127-acre scenic park is a great spot for picnicking.

Seasonality/Weather

The park is open year-round. However, depending upon recent weather, Cascade Falls and the trail leading to the falls may be closed due to flood damage.

Directions

Driving

From I-93, take Exit 23 to Route 104 east, to Route 25 north, to Route 16 north, to Route 26 west, and follow signs to Dixville Notch.

From I-95, take Exit 4 to Spaulding Turnpike/Route 16 north, to Route 26 west, and follow signs to Dixville Notch.

From I-91, take Exit 21 to Route 2 east, to Route 16 north, to Route 26 west, and follow signs to Dixville Notch.

Phone Numbers

Primary

(603) 538-6707

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