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Diana's Baths, North Conway

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Must see · Waterfall · Nature / Park
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In White Mountain National Forest, look for Diana's Baths, a 23 m (75 ft) long cascade of pools and waterfalls. Historically used to power mills and a dam with turbines, the falls became attractive to tourists. Today the area is a destination suitable for families, where you can explore the rocks, ledges, cascading falls, and pools. Water levels vary according to season and rainfall; you can wade through areas when water levels are low. Pets are welcome. To get there, you'll need to take a short 1 km (0.6 mi) trail to the base of the falls along a fairly flat gravel path. Add Diana's Baths to your North Conway travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our North Conway trip planning site.
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  • I absolutely LOVED this hike. It is beautiful and an easy trail. The falls are beautiful and you can climb all over the different levels. I can’t wait to go back. 
    I absolutely LOVED this hike. It is beautiful and an easy trail. The falls are beautiful and you can climb all over the different levels. I can’t wait to go back.  more »
  • Go early, charming little walk with a fun payoff once you reach the falls. Parking can be tough in the swimming months. Heavier strollers make this journey without much discomfort. 
    Go early, charming little walk with a fun payoff once you reach the falls. Parking can be tough in the swimming months. Heavier strollers make this journey without much discomfort.  more »
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  • If you're comfortable with waiting in line 30-45 minutes to park during the busy seasons, then go for it. I give Diana's baths five stars because the magical and ethereal vibes here are unreal and the forest is very well maintained with restrooms and trash barrels at the entrance. The forest is full of trees with old roots that practically make stair ways up the riverside. It's only a 15-20 minute walk if you've got kiddos with you and wonderful to swim or just lay back in.
  • Nice maintained dirt path. We saw a motorized wheel chair makes its way through. Beautiful sightseeing. Lots of shade. The water is cold and the rocks can be slippery. Make sure to use caution in and outside the water. It was a great family hike. There is bathrooms at the entrance. We waited 25 minutes in line in our car to get in at 1230 on a Wednesday.

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