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Ranney Falls, Campellford Ontario Rating: 2.5/5 Eastern Region, Northumberland County GPS: N 44 17.694 W 77 48.108 Access: Easy Found at the west side of Ferris Provincial Park Ranney Falls is a wide plunge waterfall found just south of Campbellford. Access is from the Ferris Provincial Park.  The falls spans the entire width of the Trent River, perhaps 50-60 m. The crest forms a downstream...
  Shannonville Rapids Rating: 1.5/5 Eastern Region, Hastings County, Tyendinaga,  Salmon River Access: Easy Address: 360-378 Milltown Road Shannonville Road, K0K 3A0 This is another little flowing rapids that is not well known or marked in any Waterfall books. The bridge in the background as well as the wide length of the water and curve which leads to another bridge at the base makes it...
Cape Vessey Falls Rating: 3.5/5 Eastern Region,Waupoos, Prince Edward County, Waupoos Bay Access: Difficult Lattitude and Longitude: 44.0307043   -77.13941879999999 Address: 3718 Prince Edward County Rd 8, Prince Edward, ON K0K, Canada Private Property, but part of the Prince Edward County rotary waterfall tour each year. The falls are located east of the road where the lawn clears to trees, and might be a difficulty hoke...
Bracebridge Falls Rating: 3.5/5 Muskoka River, Muskoka County, Bracebridge GPS: N 45 2.317 W 79 18.483 Access: Easy There is something about Muskoka, and Bracebridge is at the heart of it all. Bracebridge Falls has an upper and lower falls that is a destination just off downntown Bracebridge. Although not as high or deep as some falls in Ontario the amount of tourists in...
Cataract Falls (Church's Falls) Rating: 3.5/5 Credit River, Cataract, Peel County GPS: N 43 49.256 W 80 1.320 Access: Easy to difficult (40 minute hike from Forks of the Credit Provincial Park) Address for Forks of the Credit Provincial Park: 17760 McLaren Road, Caledon, ON L7K 2H8 Beautiful countryside to explore! We took the hike from Forks of the Credit Provincial Park, its a lovely...
Newburgh Falls, Newburgh Ontario Rating: 1.5/5 Eastern Region, Lennox and Addington County, Napanee River, Newburg GPS: N 44 19.476 W 76 52.440 Access: Moderate Directions: In Newburgh North East of Earl Street Three very pretty little cascades trickling beautifully up about 50  yards from each other. As you approach the quaint town of Newburgh you see the mill, to get to the falls on the...
Bala Falls, Bala Ontario Rating: 2/5 Cottage Country, Muskoka, Moon River Bala GPS:  N 45 00.729 W 79 36.882 Access: Off Bala Falls Road If your looking only for the most impressive waterfalls, this is not the waterfall to visit. However is you enjoy waterfalls, natures, scenic towns, and exploring Bala Falls is perfect, nestled right under the bridge in Bala which is the...
Westcliffe Falls Rating: 3/5 Chedoke Creek, Hamilton Region GPS: N 43 14.670 W 79 54.468| Address: 611 Scenic Dr, Hamilton, ON L9C 1H2 West of top stairs going up escaprment at end of Beddoe Cr How to get there Westcliffe Falls can be seen from the top of the metal steps at Cliffview Park (which lead down to the Chedoke Golf Course parking lot). To view the...
Sherman Falls, Hamilton Rating: 3.5/5 Hamilton Region, Ancaster Creek, Ancaster, Ontario GPS: N 43 14.3 W 79 58.383 Access: Easy We approached this waterfall on a prefect rainy day in the Spring which made for a raging falls and lush green backdrop. There is a boardwalk which brings you to the base of the Falls, this is on private property but you are allowed...
Princess Louise Falls, Orelans Ontario Rating: 3/5 Taylor Creek, Ottawa-Carleton County, Orlands GPS: N 45 29.250 W 75 29.338 Access: Moderate 651 Princess Louise Dr, Orléans, ON K4A 2A7, Canada This is a great find in Orleans just outside Ottawa, this is the type of Falls you find on the Niagara Escarpment. Accessing the Falls from roadside is not as tricky as others says, just...

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