Waterfalls Of Ontario

   Stay on the trail!    Waterfalls aren't waterparks!    Don't trespass!    Pack it out!    Keep yourself safe!    Save our waterfalls! (read more...)

   Stay on the trail!    Waterfalls aren't waterparks!    Don't Trespass!    Pack it out!    Keep yourself safe!    Save our waterfalls! (read more...)

Agawa Falls
 Confederation Park Falls
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Some quick facts

Region:
Greater Toronto see more...
County:
Wellington
Near:
Fergus
River:
Size:
Very Small
Access:
Easy
GPS:
43.7097,-80.371
Parking GPS:
Not ready yet

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.

Some quick facts

Region:
Greater Toronto see more...
County:
Wellington
Near:
Fergus
River:
Size:
Very Small
Access:
Easy
GPS:
43.7097,-80.371
Parking GPS:
Not ready yet



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