Najan Waterfall: Najan Waterfall, located in Najan Village, have been discovered recently. It comprise of 5 different stages and the highest falls about 5-6 meters., are in the third stage.Kradanleg Cliff: About 3 kms. far from the park's Headquarter. It is a cliff with amazing ancient carving in geometric symbol.
9-Step Waterfall: There is a 9-step waterfall situated in Khao-krayang Forest. The Waterfall is very beautiful in the rainy season.Kaeng Buakham: Kaeng Buakham is another beautiful reef situated between Khao Kra-yang Forest and Suan-miang Forest.
Kaeng Chet Khwae Rapids: Kaeng Chet Khwae Rapids originated from stone lines along Khwaenoi River. In the rainy season, you can hear the roar of streams hitting the rocks. In the dry season, you can see beautiful stone lines and rocks scattering the area.Kaeng Khanna Noi Rapids: Kaeng Lan Kloi Rapids originated from large stone lines along Khwaenoi River.
Lan Hin Taek: 300 meters to the west of the Thai army headquarters (Than Phatcharin) is Lan Hin Taek (Broken Rock Field). Along the path, growing in rock crevices are various plant species, including mosses, ferns and ground orchids. The crevices, arranged in rough rows. Seem to have come from the earth splitting. Peering into their depths can be eerie. Some crevices are narrow enough to jump across; other are wider. From several can be hard loud echoing of running water. The crevices were perhaps important to the communists, as they could have been used for hiding.Man Daeng Waterfall: It is about 22 Kilometres away from park headquaters, on the way to go for Lom Sak district. This waterfall has up to 32 levels in total and its headwaters arises from Phu Man Khao peak. This takes 3.5 km walk on the trial paralleled with dense forest. Park staff is necessary required to guide visitors for trailing.
Pha Chuthong Cliff or Flang-Ple Cliff: A steep cliff overlooking a magnificent view of the vally to the west. The communists used this cliff to fly their red flag after each victory over the government forces.Phalat and Tatfa Waterfalls: At the foot of Phu Hin Rong Kla, Phalat is about two kilometres from Huai Namsai. At the base of the falls is a small hydro-electric generator. If you climb three or four kilometres further up the mountain, you will reach Tatfa Waterfall (also known as Dan Kosong Waterfall), an impressive, towering waterfall.
Romklao-Pharadon Waterfall: Romklao-Pharadon Waterfall is about five kilometres from park the headquarters. As you approach the road to the School of Military Politics, the path to the waterfall is on the left and leads about one kilometre off the road to the waterfall. The forest in this area is in good condition, with many large trees. A side trail leads to Pharadon Waterfall, which is downstream of Romklao Waterfall.Siphatcharin Waterfall: This medium-sized waterfall is about 600 meters off the road, near Huai Namsai village. The trail leads past some fields of Hmong villagers and into a small valley. It then runs with a stream about 150 meters until reaching the falls. Sipatcharin Waterfall is the most accessible waterfall in the park.
Communist Headquarters: Three kilometres from the park headquarters are located the old office buildings from which the communists government carried out their administrative functions. This was their “town hall” The trail to the communist headquarters is narrow and winds between boulders. After crossing a small stream, one will arrive at a cluster of buildings. There is a cafeteria, cloth shop, meeting place, jail, intelligence center.Hospital: It’s located 2 km away from State Authority Office. Though it is a wild hospital, far and away up hill, but it’s quite perfect with medical supplies, medicines as well as compound medicine room, recuperate rooms, etc.
Political Military School: Political Military School is located 6 km away from park office, in the surroundings of crowded huge trees. In the past time, it used to be a place for communistic education. In this area, there are 31 small houses which settled systematically for specific purposes as Civil Sector, Quartermaster Sector and Communication Sector. Each house consisted of a litter, a table made roughly from wood and other stuffs scattered all over the floor. Some of houses are in ruins since they were left behind after all of this communism terrorists surrendered to the government. At the center of school, a fired tractor which communism terrorists seized from Pikkanetr Co., Ltd is still standing as a memorial of those past time.Villagers: Villagers lived in several villages, like Ban Dao Daeng and Dao Chai. Each village had 40 to 50 houses lining the path which was cleared from Lomsak district. The houses were small, with dirt floors and roofed with wooden tiles. Each house also had a dug out area used during air raids.
Nam Tok Kaeng Sopha: Dubbed the "Niagara Falls of Thailand", Kaeng Sopha is one of the country’s most beautiful. The trees – tiered waterfall, shaped like a stairway, is found very hear kilometre 68 of the Phitsanulok – Lomsak Highway. Food stalls, rest rooms and a tourist information centre are located at the waterfall. Three kilometres from the park office is an 80 metre long cable stayed bridge spanning the Khek Yai River. The riverbanks are pleasant for picnics and the Khek Yai is ideal for dips in the dry season although dangerous during the rains when the current flows too rapidly.Thum Duean - Thum Dao: Located in Protect Office National Park(SL.6.). This water droppind cave is about 1.4 km long with stalactite and stalagmite. It is suggested to visit the cave in the dry season because og less water in the cave.
Thung Nang Paya or Toong Phaya muang Lane: In the South of the National Park, about 70 km from the Park Headquarters. From Nong Mae na National Park Ranger Unit on Thung Salang Luang-Thung Phaya route about 14 km. The general geography is savannah grass field, surrounding with pine and evergreen forests.Thung Salaeng Luang: Thung Salaeng Luang : is reached by two routes. There is a 40 kilometre long trail running south from park headquarters to the meadow but it can only by negotiated by 4 – wheel drive vehicles and then only during the dry season. The other option is arriving via the Khao Kor – Phertchabun road which runs southeast of the park and turning off at Nong Mae Na. A gravel leads to the park boundary and meadow.