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1464 US Route 302
Harts Location, NH 03812
Phone: 603-374-2272
Willey House: 603-374-0999

Activities and Amenities

           

Crawford Notch State Park has 5,775 acres providing access to numerous hiking trails, waterfalls, fishing, wildlife viewing, and spectacular mountain views. Crawford Notch State Park is rich in history with the famous Willey House. The campground in the park is Dry River Campground and offers 36 wooded sites. Dry River Campground Information.

Operating Schedule

 *Operating dates and times are subject to change without notice. For up to date hours, please call the park directly.

Days/Hours: Camping Rate Per Night
Willey House Visitor Center: Mon – Fri: 9-4:30, Sat-Sun: 9-5

Dry River Campground: Primitive camping – 4/22/22,
Fulltime – 5/6/22

$25 (no hook-ups)

Dry River Campground Map  |  Dry River Campground Information/Policies

RESERVE A CAMPSITE

Please note: The main operating season for the campground is Memorial Day to Columbus Day. Outside of the main camping season, (early spring and late fall) camping is first come, first serve and weather permitting. Staffing, services, and facilities may be limited during this time. Please use iron ranger (self-service pay station) to make payment.

Are pets allowed at Crawford Notch State Park?

Leashed pets are permitted in all areas of the park except inside the Willey House. 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.

Notice: Drone Use is Restricted
Drone use is restricted at all NH State Parks. Drone operators are not permitted to take off or land within NH State Park boundaries.

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  • J ennifer
    J ennifer
    2 weeks ago

    Wonderful views and hikes if the weather cooperates. No cell service with Verizon or AT&T. Camped at dry river campground. Huge site, but very tight to get in and out with a big camper (we have a 30' bumper pull). No electric. Water at campground. No dump station. Yes dumpster. Many hikers on the Appalachian trail. Great waterfalls.

  • Stephen Priest
    Stephen Priest
    3 weeks ago

    WOW 😲! My first 🥇 time visiting was as a kid, but, even though I enjoyed the views, camping and swimming in the streams, I didn't enjoy being carsick. I visited on and off in my younger years. I brought my son for snow tubing. My last visit was by train 🚂🚃 from North Conway. Now, I'm exploring NH waterfalls, trails and history. Crawford has it all, including camping, swimming, breathtaking views and the possibilities of seeing wildlife such as bears 🐻 or moose. Places I have visited that I recommend; Ripley, not the woman who fought Aliens, and Arethusa Falls, Davis Path trail, Silver Cascade and Willey House and Pond and trail. Driving RT 302, you 🙈 see so much! My heart breaks when I have to leave! I recommend a visit!

  • Joel Keralis
    Joel Keralis
    2 weeks ago

    Great hiking, spectacular views. Arethusa Falls was beautiful, but don't forget to bring $5 cash to pay for parking at the trailhead. Flow volume was pretty low but still well worth viewing, and I can't imagine how spectacular it would look in the springtime or after a decent rain. We also stopped for ice cream at the historic Willey House, and learned about the tragic history of the property.

  • Troy Hollihan
    Troy Hollihan
    11 months ago

    The foliage made this hike over the top. We did the hike up the the falls but there are several routes. In most places the trail was wide enough for others to comfortably pass in either direction. Very well marked and clear trail routes. Bring a towel so you can enjoy the cool water!

  • James Fouts
    James Fouts
    11 months ago

    Beautiful setting to just take a break from the crazy life we all live in today. The colors and terrain in the fall were some of the most colorful we have witnessed. The pops of red amongst the browns and orange made this a great day for some lead peeping. There are several stops along the roads for a good hike or picnic. We will be back for sure.

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