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Diana's Baths, North Conway

#1 of 10 in Parks in North Conway
Must see · Waterfall · Nature / Park
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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  • It’s an easy walk to the falls through the dense shade of the forest. It’s a wide and well maintained path. Cool places at the falls to explore or take a plunge into the icy early June waters. Dog...  more »
  • Amazing and breathtaking. This is a must if you go to North Conway. It is an easy and beautiful hike. The trail is clearly visible and not challenging. The rocks at and along the falls are easy...  more »
  • This has been my favorite of the falls so far. Easy 10 minute walk from the parking lot, on flat terrain. Then at the falls you have to do a little climbing but nothing kids can’t handle. In fact, they’ll probably love it. You can go swimming or just sit and relax. I was able to get right into the falls in various places without wetting my sneakers. We went on a weekday afternoon so there was parking with no problem. Have small bills with you to pay for parking. I saw many cars without the parking pass that you gave to get yourself at a pay station, but why risk a fine. You’ll want to be there a while. There’s only a table or two if you want to hang out. And I heard the bathrooms were unusable. Keep that in mind. Willey’s House up the street had bathrooms and better/free parking.
  • Only issue here is the parking. The cars were lined up 10 deep when we first arrived around 1:00 pm so we drove to Jackson falls first, hit Diana's bath later in the day around 3:30 and there were 4 cars lined up took us roughly 30 minutes to get a spot. There is plenty of space to add additional park not sure why they don't.

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