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since 1999
Waterfalls Of Ontario
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 Ceolin Falls
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Region:
Algoma see more...
County:
Algoma
Near:
River:
Size:
Medium
Access:
Moderate
GPS:
46.6177,-82.5183
Parking GPS:
Not ready yet

About Ceolin Falls

An interesting plunge falls pouring out of the woods. This site was named after Walter Ceolin, a Conservation Officer with MNR who fought to protect the site. The rock here is known as puddingstone, which is rare in Ontario. It appears to be accessible from an un-named road leading east from Secondary Highway 639, about 30 km north of Elliot Lake. I've heard that there can be standing water on the road if you visit too early in the season.

Some quick facts

Region:
Algoma see more...
County:
Algoma
Near:
River:
Size:
Medium
Access:
Moderate
GPS:
46.6177,-82.5183
Parking GPS:
Not ready yet



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