About Paradise Lagoon Falls
The waterfalls at Paradise Lagoon have been somewhat legendary for a while. Acccess used to be very difficult, and most people visited during a long canoe trip. Road access has improved recently, though 'improved' is a relative word! Between each set of falls, there is a gorgeous natural lagoon that has long been a local swimming hole. Depending on the lighting, the water appears bluer than normal, almost giving you the feeling that you are in the tropics... almost. Paths connect each falls with one another, passing by the lagoons along the way.
NOTE: This is a really unspoiled site... PLEASE, do your part to keep it that way. An increase in traffic in recent years means that litter and forest undergrowth trampling are likely to increase. Let's see if we can keep this site pristine. NOTE 2: The last stretch of the road is slow going on a very bumpy logging road, which is covered by cobble and frequent potholes. I wouldn't drive a 2WD car along this route, though some people have. I'd recommend a truck or SUV for the additional ground clearance. Follow Bushy Bay Rd north to these coordinates (46.8329, -80.6540). This very short road soon becomes impassible for almost all road vehicles, so park here and hike in. Keep right at the first fork in the trail. About 8-10 mins later, you will see a path on the left, leading through a stand of red pines. The trees were marked with red paint. It's just a few more mins along this path to the falls.