Lots of family history in Grafton Notch. My grandfather was watchman on Old Speck for 7 seasons. My father was the last watchman in 1959. I was a ranger there in the 80's.
Fantastic hiking and views. There are hikes for everyone, table rock is...更多
My family decided our family vacation wouldn't be complete without a hike in Grafton Notch State Park. Of course choosing the more challenging trail was NOT my idea but we did it! And I survived...barely! :-) The views from the top were worth it. Highly...更多
Whether hiking, sight seeing, or just driving through you will enjoy this park. Our favorite was Auger Screw Falls. They are truly unique. The park is well worth a day of your visit to the Bethel area.
The drive to the park was completely enjoyable. The views are incredible and to know some of the history while driving there makes even more enjoyable. I do recommend that you take a day to go and just look if that is all you are...更多
Staying in Bethel we decided to take a drive and see what was in the area. Took a drive up 26 and came across Grafton Notch State Park. Stopped at several of the hiking trails. The melting snow coming down off the mountain made for...更多
Grafton Notch State Park is accessed on Rt 26 heading West from Bethel, or Rt 26 in New Hampshire. The road is winding and narrow with great views. There are several stops that you can make along the way. Screw Auger Falls is a great...更多
If you aren't A hiker you might want to try stick boat races. Just find a stick with your friends and toss into the river. whoever goes over the falls first wins. lots of fun. keeps you moving up and down the bank for a...更多