- Deer Park: Surrounded by the dam and its streams, Deer Park is one of the most sought out places near Maithon Dam. Tourists can witness 50, if not more, Deers in the area from the top of the Dam. Do note that photography is prohibited here.
- Maithon Hydel Power Plant: This engineering marvel is something worth having an eye on. It is also Asia’s first underground hydel power plant, located below the two hills seen after Maithon Dam. Although this plant is not allowed to be visited by the general public, you can try making a useful contact and get permission to explore the plant.
- Chammach Pahad: Accessible by boats, this is a beautiful island with a shape of a giant inverted spoon, thus called “Chammach Pahad”. Going deep into the jungle isn’t advisable as it is home to plenty of wild animals.
- Kalyaneshwari Temple: Dedicated to Goddess Kalyaneshwari, multitudes of women come here, praying to have a child. The temple is hundreds of years old and is surrounded by fascinating natural beauty.
Aforementioned are a few of the most appreciated attractions near Maithon Dam. Besides these, Kaali Pahadi, Phoolbagan & Millennium Park, and Pahari Baba Mandir are the places which can be explored during your trip to Maithon Dam.