Middle Falls on Trent
by Mark Harris. Online since 1999. In print ©2003, ©2011.

   Thanks to Mark Harris for this picture!  

   About this Waterfall
Rating: 2/5  Size: Small Access: Easy Type: Wide Cascade with Dam

Waterfall Region: Eastern    County: Northumberland    Near: Campbellford

Watercourse: Trent River   Latitude, Longitude: 44.3349, -77.7726

(What do these stats mean?)

This waterfall is no where near as spectacular as Healey Falls, which is found upstream. And with water being diverted to a powerhouse, it can dry up to a boring trickle in later summer. At higher flows (eg. April, May) though this can be an interesting spot to visit. The river blasts under a wide water level control dam before spreading perhaps 100 m or more across a wide stepped limestone plain. Each falls is less than 1 m in height, which makes it difficult to get a good "Waterfall picture". But this is easily accessible via a small parking lot on the east side of County Rd 50, about 5 km north of Campbellford. Lock 14 of the Trent Canal is located here too, so if the falls pittles out in summer, you can at least enjoy the boats and the broad expense of dry bedrock riverbed.   (updated June 20, 2014).

  Directions from your address!

  Please Buy the Book!   Read more...
Published by Firefly Books in 2003 and in 2011. Buy it online from CHAPTERS.ca or AMAZON.com, or find it in a local bookstore near you.
(This web page is not affiliated with Firefly Books).


Join the new Facebook GROUP!
  • post pictures
  • ask questions
  • share your stories
  • help others

As of May, 2017 we have over 3000 members!


This is how many times a web page at WaterfallsofOntario.com has been viewed since May 29, 2012.

View Detailed Traffic Statistics

  Warning / Disclaimer
You must read the warning / disclaimer page before relying on this web page.

  Mark Harris hereby notifies you that he makes no guarantee that it is safe to visit this waterfall.
  Mark Harris hereby notifies you that this web site does not give you permission to visit this waterfall or to trespass.


  The northern and eastern portions of the province (as well as the Bruce Peninsula) are "bear territory". Be prepared!


  Mark Harris hereby notifies you that he makes no guarantee that the directions provided on this web site are correct, safe and/or legal.

You are responsible for yourself!


© Copyright Mark Harris May, 2014. London, Ontario. With lots of help from visitors like you!


This page was made with 4W WebMerge