Explore a mountainous, wooded area full of hiking trails and waterfalls.
Crawford Notch State Park is located in northern New Hampshire. One of the most scenic places within the park is Arethusa Falls, a 200-foot waterfall that happens to be the tallest waterfall in the state. Ripley Falls is also impressive at 100-feet tall and gives you plenty of space to sit and rest after the 1/2-mile hike to the falls. The Webster Cliff and Ethan Pond trails converge into the Appalachian Trail inside the state park. If you're lucky, you may even see a train pass by on the Conway Scenic Railroad, which cuts through the middle of Crawford Notch State Park.
This State Park has 36 tent campsites at their Dry River Campground. Leashed pets are welcome in the campgrounds, open seasonally from the end of April through the end of October. Campers will have access to drinking water, flush toilets, showers, laundry facilities, picnic tables, and more. Online reservations for campsites can be made up to 11 months in advance but must be made at least 24 hours in advance. Be sure to visit this place if you love exploring the great outdoors.