Travel

A Day at Dianna’s Baths in Conway NH!

This post may contain affiliate links. Please read our disclosure policy for more information.

I am not what one would call “outdoorsy.” I’m not really a fan of bugs and dirt and the cleanup that comes from taking kids on a hike. It’s hard to believe that I actually camp every weekend for 6 months of the year. In fact, here are 10 pictures that will make you want to go camping. The things I do for my kids! Dianna’s Baths in Conway New Hampshire is a great family friendly hike for people like me who don’t LOVE the outdoors.

a day at dianna's baths in north conway nh

a day at dianna's baths in north conway nh

a day at dianna's baths in north conway nh

a day at dianna's baths in north conway nhThe hike at Dianna’s Baths is fairly easy, even for young kids. It’s 6/10th of a mile on a relatively flat gravel path through the woods. Along the way, there are gorgeous cascading waterfalls big and small.

a day at dianna's baths in north conway nh

a day at dianna's baths in north conway nh

a day at dianna's baths in north conway nh

a day at dianna's baths in north conway nhPlenty of big and little rocks that kids love to climb on. There are small areas where the water pools in them making for nice areas for small children to splash in.

a day at dianna's baths in north conway nh

a day at dianna's baths in north conway nh

a day at dianna's baths in north conway nh

a day at dianna's baths in north conway nh

There is a large parking lot at the entrance. Also, a self-service pay station which requires visitors to purchase a daily pass for $3 and display it on their dashboard.

a day at dianna's baths in north conway nh

a day at dianna's baths in north conway nh

a day at dianna's baths in north conway nh

a day at dianna's baths in north conway nhDogs are allowed if you have your four-legged friend with you. If you would like to pack a picnic lunch, there are a few picnic tables along the hike.

a day at dianna's baths in north conway nh

I recommend lots and lots of bug spray. The mosquitos and black flies are just relentless which is to be expected since you are in the middle of the woods. Also, the water is fed from the mountains so it is always very very cold. That wasn’t really much of a problem for my kids though.

Our family had so much fun on our hike at Dianna’s Baths. It is a great family activity if you are vacationing this summer in New Hampshire. Happy Hiking!!

Lisa
Lisa is a Lifestyle, Family and Travel Writer who has a love of all things travel, all things food, and all things living life. She gives family travel tips, the inspiration to dream, and the real deal of family life. It is not always roses and daisies, but that's life!

1 Comment

Leave a Response