Waterfalls Of Ontario

   Stay on the trail!    Waterfalls aren't waterparks!    Don't trespass!    Pack it out!    Keep yourself safe!    Save our waterfalls! (read more...)

   Stay on the trail!    Waterfalls aren't waterparks!    Don't Trespass!    Pack it out!    Keep yourself safe!    Save our waterfalls! (read more...)

Agawa Falls
 Newburgh Falls
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Some quick facts

Region:
Eastern see more...
County:
Lennox and Addington
Near:
Newburgh
River:
Size:
Very Small
Access:
Easy
GPS:
44.3244,-76.874
Parking GPS:
Not ready yet

About Newburgh Falls

Newburgh Falls is a very small waterfall. Two long, low plunge falls each form steps in the river that are less than 1m high and about 15-20m wide. The Napanee River flows swiftly over flat limestone and has removed all but the largest blocks from the river bed. In the Newburgh Conservation Area at the end of Factory St. Though the falls aren't big, it is a nice pleasant setting worth a stop if you driving through. Note, it is private property on the south side of the river, but if you turn into the park it is public access.

Some quick facts

Region:
Eastern see more...
County:
Lennox and Addington
Near:
Newburgh
River:
Size:
Very Small
Access:
Easy
GPS:
44.3244,-76.874
Parking GPS:
Not ready yet



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