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Tettegouche State Park

5702 Highway 61

Come to Tettegouche for a great sense of the North Shore: the spectacular overlooks at Shovel Point; rocky, steep cliffs and inland bluffs; the cascading 60 ft. High Falls of the Baptism River; and the historic Tettegouche Camp where visitors can stay the night.

This is a hiker's paradise with miles of trails that overlook the Sawtooth Mountains and wind down to inland lakes accessible only by foot.

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Saturday, June 30, 2018
Very pleasant tenting stay in the drive-in campground. Site was relatively small but spacious enough. Best of all, each site is very private. Facilities are excellent. Staff is friendly and helpful. Lots to see and do. Tried fishing and it was only fair. But such a beautiful place and lots to see.

eustace pennywaithe

Friday, June 1, 2018
We visited just for a day to visit the falls, High and Two Step. These can be reached by a mile and a half trail beginning near the park lodge and parking lot, so it might be possible to avoid paying anything. We paid and travelled further in to a picnic area closer to the falls. It was worth it, in my opinion. The High Falls are beautiful and very popular. Two Step Falls are also very nice, although the trail crossing there probably is only practical at low water.

Andrea Alava

Friday, July 6, 2018
Beautiful place, very clean, and wonderful trails. This place is a beautiful gem. Highly recommend for families and for any outdoor enthusiast! Camp sites are great also!

Bryan Runyon

Sunday, April 22, 2018
Awesome place to camp on the North shore. Stayed in the cart in campsites. Off season in April so very isolated. Camp is well maintained. Lots of cool things to see near here, and also definitely check out the southwestern side of camp. Tettegouche log camp and Mt. Baldy was awesome.

Joseph Lorence

Friday, May 4, 2018
One of the better spots in the state to take in a bunch of epic views all in a couple hours. Don't miss the top of Pyramid Point, or all of the stairs to enjoy both High Falls and Two Step Falls. Also great in winter, less people to interrupt a quiet hike through the snowy woods. 😊

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