Diana's Baths

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Diana's Baths
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Alyce M
Portsmouth, NH425 contributions
Oct 2021
We decided to include our first trip to Diana's Bath's with our annual leaf peeping jaunt to the White Mountains. Such a beautiful, peaceful, historical place hidden in the woods. Thankfully, a car gave up a parking spot as we pulled into the lot or we may have had to wait a few minutes. I bet the smallish parking lot helps control the number of sight seers at one time. Wear good, sturdy shoes for the walk in and out ~and for climbing on the incredible boulders that allow you to get right out in the falls. Just amazing! Lots of folks brought dogs and one irresponsible owner left behind a waste bag from their pooch. Really? There are no trash cans along the way so please be respectful by carrying out what you carried in. (this goes for empty water bottles too. C'mon people. This is nature at its finest and there is no room for littering.) I would suggest you use a restroom somewhere before you arrive at the Bath's. There are a few porta-potties on site but....And bring cash so that you can pay the entrance fee. Worth every penny!
Written November 1, 2021
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sullivan76
Derry, NH250 contributions
Jun 2020
Very nice hike/walk a short distance from the parking lot. It’s $5 to park and then a short, basically flat distance to walk. The daily parking fee can be used at numerous day use parks. We went in early June and the trail was not very busy. It was low 70's but when we got to the baths, there were plenty of people swimming.
The trail is very well maintained and to be honest, you could probably push an individual in a wheelchair to the baths. The views are amazing and it is really neat to see the history of an old sawmill. Some of the original concrete footings are still viewable. It is definitely a nice short walk to see some nice scenery.
Written June 16, 2020
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BilboInNH
Spofford, NH50 contributions
Aug 2020 • Family
We visit the North Conway area almost every year, sometimes twice per year. This was the first time we made it to Diana’s Baths. Being summer, during the day this place is jammed with people and with limited parking, there is almost always a wait to get a parking spot. There is a $5 fee to park. Many people simply drop off their party and don’t park. If you want to avoid all the people, go early or late in the day. Bring swimming gear, towels, etc. There is a short 3/4 of a mile hike to the baths on a very well maintained trail. The baths and falls are unique and beautiful and have a neat history as posted on the trail sign. We had also previously been to Jackson Falls on this visit and found them to be more impressive and slightly less crowded. However Diana’s Baths are a must see. There is also some good hiking around the baths.
Written August 15, 2020
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laurie2668
Roaring Spring, PA89 contributions
Aug 2021
This was an easy 0.6 mile walk to get to and SO worth the time. We were so glad we didn't miss this while in the area. It was absolutely amazing. We kept walking higher and higher and it seemed to just keep going. It was neat to be able to walk across on the large stones. The only drawback was that there was trash in some areas - dirty diaper, gum wrappers, old clothing, flip flops. Also there was a large tent pitched in the middle of the path in front of Diana's Baths with trash all around it. I can't believe something isn't done about that. It amazes me that people going on a nature hike wouldn't be more conscious of nature and would leave litter everywhere. But, overlooking that, I would still give it 5 stars because it was so beautiful. We arrived around 8am and were glad we did, because there were only 5 people there - within an hour or so, when we left, we probably passed 50 people on their way up and the parking lot was completely packed when we left. Don't miss it, but go early.
Written August 12, 2021
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Ruth Y
Jefferson City, TN933 contributions
Sep 2021 • Friends
Reading info on what to do and saw Diana's Bath. We are 3 ladies who call our selves "The Gadabout Gals". We like hikes but those on the easier side. Well this was the place! It was simply beautiful. Wide path through a forest. Chipmunks running back & forth. Pine needles and acorns abounded along the path. When we got to the Baths we were actually shocked at it's beauty. You could walk along the rock foundations in between the various small falls and pools. You also could walk further along the path but the path became more difficult because of the roots in path. Beauty was all around you. Legend says nymphs and fairies love playing here. You know, I actually believe it! I would go during the week as we were told weekends very crowded.
Written September 21, 2021
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Jay B
Norwood, MA38 contributions
Aug 2019
In the summer time, particularly after a hard winter, this place is one of the most visited in the area. It is really crowded but worth it for picnics and cooling off in the many waterfalls. It's about a half mile hike through the woods to get here but this is one of those places you really need to visit if you come here. It's so well worth it.
Written January 18, 2020
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Kathy M
Orford, NH122 contributions
Mar 2021
We have been to Diana's Baths many times especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Before deciding to hike, we always make sure that the parking lot is not overcrowded. On our visit on Friday, March 12, 2021, we went around 3:30PM. Once on the travel we were passed by many groups (big 5-7 people) who were not wearing masks on the trail. This made our experience less than optimal. Trail granular slush + some ice.
Written March 14, 2021
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tinaNtravel
San Jose, CA1,586 contributions
Oct 2021
This was a surprisingly beautiful walk next to the river with plenty of little waterfalls. It was particularly beautiful with the changing leaves colors - red and gold and such. The walk is easy and well worth it.
Written October 21, 2021
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Herb M
Rockport, MA376 contributions
Oct 2021
We visited Diana's Baths on our recent rip to North Conway. The walk to the waterfalls is beautiful, and the waterfalls and pools were also quite special. This place was busy mid-week in October, so if you go on the weekend go early. You can bring a lunch or a beverage and sit by the waterfalls. You can also walk out onto the flat stones in some spots. There is a toilet at the entrance near the parking lot.
Written October 12, 2021
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FLDSETTER
East Hampton, NY919 contributions
Jul 2020 • Friends
So here I am in the white mountains in northern New Hampshire with friends . I use to cone to this area as a kid ( a long time ago ) well it was a very sunny hot day in the Mountains , So I gathered up my friends and ran over to Diana’s Bath a site of water falls numerous as the river goes up the mountain and you get to sunbathe or sit in the river or under a water fall . What a place ! Time has stood still here , the water is crystal clear and water falls numerous . We staked out a big bolder and set our towels down . We had packed a picnic 🧺 and spent the day in and out of the water . Just taking in nature and the beauty of it all .. enjoy this hidden gem - there is a hike to get to the falls about 1/4 mile . Enjoy when in N Conway NH 😎
Written August 8, 2020
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