Indian Falls

Photo Credit: 
Ken Atkinson
Indian Falls is a 15 metre high waterfall formed by the erosion of soft Queenston shale beneath hard Manitoulin dolomite, in a manner similar to Niagara Falls. The 1km trail to the waterfall follows the Indian River, providing many opportunities to view a variety of tree, fern and wildflower species and wildlife and offers some great photo opportunities. A wooden stairway will take you right to the top of the gorge where you will get the best view of the falls. Photographers should visit the falls early in the day as during the summer months the suns lighting in the afternoon will cause back light. To reach the falls from Owen Sound head north on 2nd Ave. West. This is also known as Hwy 2 and the Eddie Sargent Parkway. The conservation area is on the left.
Location (Approximate): 
Auchinean Rd
Owen Sound, ON
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