There's just something about a waterfall. Peaceful and calming, or raging and exhilarating. New Hampshire has some of the best waterfalls in the entire country.
The only bad thing is, some of those great waterfalls are hard to see unless you can hike.

According to onlyinyourstate.com, these are three of the most accessible waterfalls that don't require much effort to get to.

Beaver Brook Falls, Colebrook. What makes this one so awesome, besides the 80 foot drop, is that you don't even have to get out of the car. You can see it in all it's glory from the parking lot.

Silver Cascade, Hart's Location. A spectacular 250-foot drop, is not only spellbinding, but viewable from the road in Crawford Notch State Park.

Fall of Song, Moultonborough. This one does requires a 0.1-mile walk, but it's so worth it.