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Sculptured Rocks Natural Area, Hebron

Categories: Geologic Formations, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.7/5 based on 30 reviews on the web
The Sculptured Rocks Natural area is a natural area in Groton, New Hampshire. Its main feature is its namesake, the Sculptured Rocks, which are a series of narrow, sharply carved rock formations that are a popular local swimming hole. They are located on the Cockermouth River, which is the longest tributary of Newfound Lake. The Sculptured Rocks Road, which runs along this same river, shares its namesake with the park.
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  • The area is unique and peaceful. Due to the low water level, we were able to walk and climb over the bed boulders/rocks. One of the resident informed us that if you followed the creek, it will lead al...  read more »
  • It seems that not many people know or visit this nice tranquil spot. We've been there several times at different times of the year and there were hardly any other visitors. You can sit and enjoy the f...  read more »
  • Visited the Sculptured Rocks when the water level was VERY low. Great views of the rocks which can be covered with water with more rain. It is just crazy what mother nature can do. Just beautiful rock...  read more »
  • Very cool little spot on the river just outside of Hebron. The flowing water has erroded to rocks into unique formations. Very cool. You can even swim in the river in the summer if the water level is low enough. Worth a look!
  • Even if you don't want to swim, you have to visit this swimming hole. Cool pools, caverns, and amazing rock formations make this worth a visit for anyone.
  • This place is awesome for swimming and cliff jumping fun but make sure to be safe
  • Beautiful example of the power of nature. However it was littered with trash, discarded clothes, broken bottles and graffiti.
  • other people could afford to pick up their garbage more, c'mon, don't be a dink
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