Crawford Notch State Park, Hart's Location

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Crawford Notch State Park is located on U.S. Highway 302, in northern New Hampshire, between Bretton Woods and Bartlett. The 5,775-acre (2,337 ha) park occupies the center of Crawford Notch, a major pass through the White Mountains.

The park includes the Willey House historical site and the Dry River Campground with 36 sites. Hiking trails in the park lead to popular destinations such as Ripley Falls and Arethusa Falls.
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  • The scenic and historic outpost of Willey House, deep inside Crawford Notch State Park, had something for everyone. Its gift shop held a surprising array of useful and practical items, such as... 
    The scenic and historic outpost of Willey House, deep inside Crawford Notch State Park, had something for everyone. Its gift shop held a surprising array of useful and practical items, such as...  more »
  • For many years I have seen photos of Crawford Notch State Park on Instagram and decided that we would check it out this fall. It’s surpassed our expectations, there is so much to do and so much to... 
    For many years I have seen photos of Crawford Notch State Park on Instagram and decided that we would check it out this fall. It’s surpassed our expectations, there is so much to do and so much to...  more »
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  • There are so many great trails in this state park. We often go for an afternoon hike in these mountains. It seems like there is no end of new waterfalls and trails to explore. There is different things for the whole family too. Easy hikes or hikes that go over different peaks.
  • the trail was a little dangerous due to the time of the year there was snow covering most of it and it was slippery and would sometimes breakthrough. it took about two hours to get to the falls which was absolutely stunning and well worth the hike. It is New Hampshire's tallest waterfall at 200 ft and it was worth every second of the hike. I will definitely be going back when there is warmer weather

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