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About Jones Falls on Pottawatomi

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Jones Falls is a pretty waterfall that is interesting to explore. It's a decent size, though smaller than the better known Inglis Falls and Indian Falls, both also in the outskirts of Owen Sound. You can see the falls while driving out of town on Hwy 6 / Hwy 21 (10th St West).

The best place to park is at the lot on the east side of Hwy 6, just a few driveways after the highway has made a right turn to continue north. There is a sign for the falls. The parking lot is shared with the Owen Sound Transportation Company. The hike through the woods is about 10 mins.

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Some Key Facts
Region Lake Huron
County Grey
Near Springmount
Watercourse Pottawatomi River
Watershed / % Lakes 2 / 4%
Ownership Grey Sauble Conservation Authority
Landscape Rural, open
Size Medium
Type Steep Step
Modification Natural
Access Moderate
Top / Bottom Dangerous / Moderate
Trail conditions Dirt, bare rock, uneven rock
Hiking Time 10 min
Coordinates 44.5592,-80.9853
Site ID WOO.GRE.013
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This page last updated on April 20, 2024. Earlier versions can be examined on Archive.org, dating back to 2003.