Websters Falls
Photo courtesy Gord Collins

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About this Waterfall

Websters Falls is one of the best known waterfalls in Hamilton. It's a good size, usually has good flow, and has been well developed into a public park. Unfortunately, it has been visited 93 million times, and the traffic can be insane. This is why it is difficult to park at the falls. In fact, on summer weekends you are not allowed to park here. Instead, you have to take a shuttle from a nearby market. Please use Google to search for the most up-to-date information, as the shuttle schedule and route might change. Also, you should be aware that the old stone staircase to the base of the falls has been closed. The limited access to the falls these days has a lot of locals quite upset. My opinion is that you should just spend time

Some Quick Facts

Region: Hamilton
County: Hamilton
Near: Greensville
River: Spencer Creek
Size: Large
Type: Plunge
Access: Easy
Coordinates: 43.2762, -79.9809
Parking: No parking map yet

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