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Waterfalls Of Ontario
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Some quick facts

Region:
Lake Huron see more...
County:
Grey
Near:
Inglis Falls
River:
Size:
Large
Access:
Easy
GPS:
44.5264,-80.9341
Parking GPS:
44.5257,-80.9355

About Inglis Falls

Inglis Falls is the highlight waterfall for the Owen Sound area. Large, pretty, well-developed, easy to visit (albeit with a parking fee), and with mostly reliable flows, it rarely disappoints. The falls is about 18 m high, and exhibits a peculiar fan-shaped structure. This is not a wilderness waterfall, and you should expect a near-full parking lot on summer weekends. To get away from the crowds, follow the bridge over the river and hike the loop trail through the woods. 2021 UPDATE: Note that it is now prohibited to access the base of the waterfall. Until recently, you could follow a path down to river level. Hopefully this is a temporary measure. I believe that the local authorities are limiting liability, as are those in Hamilton. During the Covid lockdowns, too many inexperienced people were exploring places with increased risk.

Some quick facts

Region:
Lake Huron see more...
County:
Grey
Near:
Inglis Falls
River:
Size:
Large
Access:
Easy
GPS:
44.5264,-80.9341
Parking GPS:
44.5257,-80.9355



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