Eugenia Falls is a 30 metre tall waterfall situated in a conservation area that encompasses 23 hectares of Niagara Escarpment, river valley and upland forests. In addition to the waterfalls, the site also features a war memorial, hiking trails, and also a picnic pavilion. The river is diverted for power generation, and the flow over the falls can get pretty thin in summer, so it is best seen in the spring. Eugenia Falls was first discovered in 1852 when it became the scene of a Fools Gold rush. Soon, Eugenia Falls became the location of five mills and a small private electric plant. Eventually, it was chosen to be the site of the second hydroelectric plant in Ontario in 1905.
160 Pellisier St
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