Groundhog Falls
Photo by Mark Harris


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About this Waterfall

This is a long, wide cascade waterfall! Not a lot of height, but certainly no slouch. At lower flows, I suspect that you can walk out on the rock to explore. But when I visited in early June, it was full blast with a lot of water, and there were few places from which you could get an expansive photo. A boat would be a great way to see the falls at this time. As you drive in, keep right and follow to the road barriers at the end of the paved road. The old highway bridge is just beyond. Park your car, and walk back along the road for maybe 50 m until you see the sign on the right for the trail. This leads on a pleasent (if muddy at times) 500 m walk to the falls.


Some Quick Facts

Region: Northeast
County: Sudbury
Near: Timmins
River: Groundhog River
Size: Large
Type: Low Cascade
Access: Moderate
Coordinates: 48.2377, -82.1631
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Caution!

Mark Harris hereby notifies you that he makes no guarantee that it is safe to visit any waterfall identified on this site. Conditions can change. Always use caution.
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  The northern and eastern portions of the province (as well as the Bruce Peninsula) are "bear territory". Be prepared!


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