If you are coming from the South on Route 302, you’ll see a “White Mountain Forest” official sign and the parking area for Sawyer’s Rock. Keep going just a minute further down the road, and there is a small dirt pull off near a bridge/culvert which is where the swimming hole is. Along the guardrail you’ll see a well worn trail heading down to the water. The trail is short and opens up to a small pebble beach with large sunbathing rocks. The pool is very large and probably 8 ft deep or so, with very clear water. Where the water enters the pool is a small cascade, but the water is squeezed into a narrow part where people were playing in the rapids. There were people camping on the beach, though we aren’t sure if this is official camping.
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