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About Mill Creek Falls

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A small cascade near the historic Farr Cemetery in Haileybury. Few people know about this falls; I had read about it years ago but didn't get confirmation until a Facebook group member found it in 2021. The creek is also called Farr Creek. If you live locally could you let me know if you see any errors on this page?

A trail leads behind the cemetery and into the woods. Eventually it connects to another trail that heads off to the right (parallel to the lake). After about 500 m, the trail reaches the river and bends to the right to follow the river upstream. After another 300 m it reaches the falls.

On one website I saw that this was billed as the highest waterfall in Ontario. It certainly is not! Doesn't mean that it isn't a cool find, however, as this is an attractive site.

Some Key Facts
Region Northeast
County Timiskaming
Near Haileybury
Watercourse Mill Creek
Watershed / % Lakes 2 / 13%
Ownership Town of Timiskaming Shores
Landscape Rural
Size Small
Type Cascade
Modification Natural
Access Moderate
Top / Bottom Moderate / Moderate
Trail conditions Dirt
Hiking Time 15 min
Coordinates 47.4313,-79.6194
Site ID WOO.TIM.017
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This page last updated on April 20, 2024. Earlier versions can be examined on Archive.org, dating back to 2003.