For an easy waterfall experience, you can’t beat Jackson Falls! Just park and walk a few feet for a stunning view!
Mr. Juggling Act and I have visited Jackson Falls several times. These photos are from when we stayed at The Wentworth Inn, which is just down the road. This may be the easiest waterfall to get to in the state! It runs right alongside Carter Notch Road, off Rt 16A.
It’s as beautiful in the summer as it is in the Fall. Jackson Falls is fed by Wildcat Brook. There are a series of cascades that are so pretty to watch. It’s a popular area for wading and sunbathing and lovely for a picnic!
Jackson Falls Picnic
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There are a couple of old picnic tables and benches, but spreading out on a rock right in the brook works as well as anything else! The lower part of the falls (closer to The Wentworth Inn) is often less crowded and also makes a nice area to picnic.
What to Pack for Jackson Falls
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You can read more about Jackson Falls HERE.
Other White Mountain Area Highlights
- StoryLand – Glen, NH
- Santa’s Village – Jefferson, NH
- Clark’s Trading Post – Lincoln, NH
- The Mt. Washington Auto Road
- The Flume Gorge
- Diana’s Baths, Conway
- Sabbaday Falls, Conway
- Conway Scenic Railroad, Conway
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