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I will admit that I made this name up, and capitalized on the chance to use the name of a 1970s sci-fi show. This is a very low rock run set about 20 m downstream from the Logan Mill. To be clear, this really is not a waterfall.

Features that I call "rock runs" occur where the river has eroded down to rock. There is no falls, but rather the river races across flat rock for a short distance before once again moving over overburden. Bedrock exposures in southwestern Ontario (where I live) are pretty rare, which explains why I would even bother to include a site like this.

The mill was built by John Logan about 1914, and was built on the site of earlier mill built about 1860. A walk across the mill dam leads to the small but beautiful Brussels Conservation Area. I have read rumours that a slightly larger waterfall once existed, but that it was either buried under the dam or flooded by the reservoir.

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Region Lake Huron
County Huron
Near Brussels
Watercourse Maitland River
Watershed / % Lakes 3 / 1%
Ownership Maitland Valley Conservation Authority
Landscape Urban
Size Very Small
Type Rock Run
Modification Dam, old mill
Access Moderate
Top / Bottom Moderate / Difficult
Trail conditions gravel, uneven ground
Hiking Time 2 min
Coordinates 43.7416,-81.2482
Site ID WOO.HUR.001
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