Waterfalls Of Ontario

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Agawa Falls
 Owls Creek Falls
Photo courtesy Gord Collins
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Some quick facts

Region:
Greater Toronto see more...
County:
Halton
Near:
Owl Creek
River:
Size:
Small
Access:
Moderate
GPS:
43.6862,-79.975
Parking GPS:
Not ready yet

About Owls Creek Falls

I used to list this as Snow's Creek Falls, but was notified by users that the locals call it Owls Creek Falls. With a good head of water it's quite pretty, though quite small. It usually dries up by mid-summer. It is located just behind the parking area, maybe just 10 m into the woods. If it isn't flowing, you won't even know it's there. Getting to the base is a bit of a challenge, but not impossible. It is my understanding that the falls is now on publicly-owned lands, but please heed any signs that may appear in future. I didn't see one during my last visit in July 2021. A smaller falls, which I now call Snow Creek Falls is located on a tributary joining this creek. Walk south just 10-20 m from the parking area. I've seen this one flowing well while Owl's Creek Falls is completely dormant.

Some quick facts

Region:
Greater Toronto see more...
County:
Halton
Near:
Owl Creek
River:
Size:
Small
Access:
Moderate
GPS:
43.6862,-79.975
Parking GPS:
Not ready yet



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