Located just a quarter mile away, these falls are formed by the outlet waters of Christine Lake. Visible from the road, these falls are very easy to see.
Take Percy Road west for 500 feet.
Take a right on Christine Lake Road and go about 1/4 mile.
To turn around, take the left fork after the falls and turn around in the parking area.
Accessibility: Spring, summer and fall by car. Winter by 4WD or snowmobile.
Located 2 miles away, Crystal Falls is the site of an old water driven mill. The stairs and foundation of the old mill are still visible from the road on the west side of the falls. The falls are fed by Phillips Brook which has its headwaters at Phillips Pond 10 miles to the north. There is a small parking area located to the west of the falls. If you are adventurous, you can walk north along the top of the cement wall that borders the falls and follow a small footpath along the river. This is private property so please be respectful and do not leave trash, start fires or cut any trees.
Take Percy Road east for 1.6 miles to Bell Hill Road.
Take a right on Bell Hill Road and go 1/4 mile to Rt. 110.
Take a left on Rt. 110 and go 1.4 miles to Paris Road.
Take a left on Paris Road and go .8 miles to a 4-way intersection.
Take a left and go 250 feet and you will see a parking area on your right after you cross the river.
Accessibility: Spring, summer, fall and winter by car.
Located in the heart of Nash Stream Forest is a hidden set of falls flowing over granite slabs. Much of the granite has been worn smooth by the water over the years. It is a great place to bring a picnic lunch and in the summer, the granite slabs get full sun in the early afternoon so that is the best time to go. Depending on the season, you can climb on the rocks along the river, but watch out - these rocks can be slippery with moss even in the heat of summer.
Take Percy Road west for 2.1 miles to the center of Stark.
Bypass the road to the covered bridge and the road name changes to Northside Road.
Continue on Northside Road for another 3.5 miles to a Y intersection.
Take the right fork onto Nash Stream Road for 1/2 mile until you come to a gate.
If this gate is open, you can drive in with your car. If not only snowmobiles are allowed during the winter season.
From the gate, continue north on Nash Stream Road for 5.1 miles and you will cross over a bridge at Pond Brook.
Look for a small 3-car parking area on your right and park there.
Follow a trail from the parking area east a few hundred feet to Pond Brook Falls.
Accessibility: Spring closed. Summer and fall by car. Winter by snowmobile.