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