Inglis Falls

Photo Credit: <a target="_blank" href="">John Vetterli</a>
Photo Credit: John Vetterli

Inglis Falls is an 18 metre high cascade waterfall created by the Sydenham River. The power of the water has carved a deep gorge at the base of the falls and on a clear day you can see down into the City of Owen Sound and out to the Owen Sound harbour.  There is a viewing platform available for those unable to see over the stone wall and Inglis Falls is surrounded by over 7km of trails.

While you are on site, be sure to visit the historical remains of a grist mill and water filtration plant which was built by Peter Inglis who emigrated into Canada and settled in this area and for which the waterfalls are named after. In addition to these sites is a large conservation area available for picnics and family activities.

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