Sheffield Cascade
Photo courtesy Jennifer Dinning

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About this Waterfall

This appears to be a very small slide-style waterfall. It was reported to me by Jennifer Dinning, who apologizes for just having her cell phone camera with her (No problem - the best camera is the one that you have with you!). It is found along a very scenic rocky trail that loops around Little Mellon Lake at the Sheffield Conservation Area, located about 10-12 km south of Kaladar on Lennox and Addington Rd 41. I don't know the exact location of the falls but it is reported to be reasonably close to the parking area. The creek looks to be quite shallow and may (?) dry up in summer?

If you are interested in astronomy, there is an official "Dark Sky viewing platform" located here - meaning that the area is remarkably free of light pollution.

Some Quick Facts

Region: Eastern
County: Lennox and Addington
Near: Kaladar
River: Little Mellon Lake
Size: Very Small
Type: Slide
Access: Moderate
Coordinates: 44.5591, -77.1167
Parking: No parking map yet

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