About Confederation Park Falls
A very small, but picturesque falls in Confederation Park, on the south side of the Grand River. A small creek flows parallel to Scotland Street for about 1.5 km. As is common in many urban areasÖ the creeks is buried and flows as a storm sewer. It is only once the creek enters the wooded park where it daylights for the last few hundred metres. The creek first tumbles over a small bedrock exposure before flowing under a small boardwalk and sitting area. Just before it drains to the Grand River, it reaches the main waterfall, which here is about 2-3 m high. I suspect that this runs dry or close to it, during the summer months.