Campton Falls is a powerful, accessible, and beautiful waterfall on the Beebe River in Campton, New Hampshire. The waterfall is a prime example of a block-type waterfall with a drop of 18 feet and a width of 60 feet. The waterfall is most powerful during the spring as snow melts and also after rainstorms.
The accessibility of Campton Falls makes it a great addition to any trip! Visitors can park right on the side of Route 175 near the start of Perch Pond Road. Parking is not well marked, but there is a dirt area that holds 4-5 cars. Walking to the waterfall is super easy because it is only located about 100 feet from the parking area. The trail is steep and narrow, so visitors should be cautious when walking down to the base of the waterfall.
Campton is home to many beautiful spots to explore! Be sure to check out Blair Covered Bridge, Bump Covered Bridge, and Livermore Falls Mill which are all close by.
- Height: 15 feet
- Type: Block
- Water source: Beebe River
- Swimming: Prohibited and/or not possible
Robin Sears –
Campton Falls! A large and powerful, roadside waterfall