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1212 West Route 26
Dixville, NH 03576
Phone: 603-538-6707

Activities and Amenities

Dixville Notch State Park spans 127 acres. Despite its small size, the park has breathtaking views along a scenic gorge and waterfalls on two mountain brooks. Hiking trails lead to Table Rock and nearby mountains. In less then a 0.1 mile from a roadside parking area you will find the Baby Flume (alternatively referred to as Dixville Flume or Flume Brook Cascade.) The gorge was carved out by Flume Brook. The falls tumble 18 feet over a set of three drops. There are additional smaller cascades and a pool further downstream.

Operating Schedule

This park is always open for recreation unless closed or restricted by posting. During the off-season the park is typically not staffed and comfort stations are not available.

The off-season poses unique risks inherent when participating in outdoor recreational activities. Please be aware that many State Park areas and trails are not staffed during the off-season, and day-use fees are not collected. Recreationists should possess the necessary knowledge, skill, and equipment to ensure their own safety. Users assume all risk while recreating in State Park lands.

Are pets allowed at Dixville Notch State Park?

Pets are permitted in the park. See the NH State Parks Pets Policy for more information.

Keep Your Parks Clean

Through the Carry-In/Carry-Out Program, you can help us keep your parks clean and beautiful by carrying out whatever you carry in. Thank you for your cooperation and remember to recycle.

Access for Persons with Disabilities

Visit our Accessibility for All webpage at www.nhstateparks.org/news-events/accessibility. For more information on specific accessibilty needs or questions, please contact the individual park office directly.





Google Reviews

36 reviews
  • Dick Rosco
    Dick Rosco
    2 years ago

    Pretty dope not gonna lie. 2 approaches, the one by the Dixville sign is a vertical sprawl and should be listed advanced. The other one is pretty accessible and suitable for most hikers.

  • Bradley Smith
    Bradley Smith
    3 months ago

    Beautiful, secluded area. Well worth the drive. We hiked around the stream and then drove into Canada.

  • Rachel Ghadiali
    Rachel Ghadiali
    a year ago

    Amazing hike = Table Rock trail

  • Ken Rodriguez (Krgplaces)

    A must if you are hiking in NH. A far drive but we'll worth it.

  • Gregory Rosic
    Gregory Rosic
    2 years ago

    A hidden gem! Markedly less busy than the other major notch's in New Hampshire, the notch is a narrow canyon with cliff walls extending about 700 feet above the base. There are hikes on either side, Tabletop rock with parking to the west of the lake is on the south side and the most majestic. There is also a hike along the north side that is lesser known and you park on the east side of the lake. Finally on the south east end is a ravine and Huntington falls. Also a good place to see moose in the morning.

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