Livermore Falls Recreation Area
86 Livermore Rd
Holderness, NH 03245
This Pemigewassett River access site is located within the Livermore Falls State Forest. The majority of the land at Livermore Falls State Forest was acquired in 1918 with the purchase of 130 acres. An additional 40 acres was purchased in 1992 with LCIP funding. The LCIP project area has a long history of industrial uses and contains ruins of former pulp mill (1900), a salmon hatchery (1877) and popular recreation sites. Adjacent to the site, but not owned by the state is a lenticular truss bridge (1885).
A parking lot is located on Livermore Falls Road off Route 175. The recreation area offers river swimming, canoe and kayak launching, parking and pit toilets.
Livermore Falls Cultural Landscape Report and Environmental Assessment
|Per Car $5
||Weekends only May 14, 2021
Fulltime May 28
|9am - 6pm
This park is always open for recreation unless closed or restricted by posting. During off hours and the off-season the park is typically not staffed, comfort stations are not available and gates may be closed. The off-season poses unique risks inherent when participating in outdoor recreational activities. Please be aware that many State Park areas and trails are not staffed during the off-season, and day-use fees are not collected. Recreationists should possess the necessary knowledge, skill, and equipment to ensure their own safety. Users assume all risk while recreating in State Park lands.
There is $5 per car parking/drop-off fee at this site, NH residents age 65 and over are admitted free. When park is unstaffed use Iron Ranger (self-serve pay station) located at the kiosk
Are Pets Permitted?
Pets are not permitted in this recreation area. 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.
For listings of current advisories, please visit the State of New Hampshire, Department of Environmental Services Beach Advisories webpage.
Access for Persons with Disabilities
Please contact the park office directly for information regarding disability access needs.