Crawford Notch State Park
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.
|Mount Washington (7.9 miles)|
Crystal Cascades (8.9 miles)
Flume Gorge (14.6 miles)
Franconia Notch State Park (15 miles)
The Basin (15 miles)
|Echo Lake Beach (15 miles)|
Seven Birches Winery (16.6 miles)
Sculptured Rocks Natural Area (39.9 miles)
Profile Falls (45.3 miles)
Rock of Ages Granite Quarry (54.6 miles)
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Crawford Notch State Park, 1464 US-302
Hart's Location, New Hampshire 03812
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