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Eugenia Falls Conservation Area

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County Road 13, Eugenia, Ontario N0C 1E0, Canada
+1 519-376-3076
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Tall plunge falls

You can access Eugenia Falls from Pellisier Road. Good signage to get there. Adequate pay parking... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
rnr636
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Elora, Canada
Photography and hiking trip

The Beaver Valley is a great place to hike the Bruce Trail. In the Spring and early Summer you will... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
vartkes p
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County Road 13, Eugenia, Ontario N0C 1E0, Canada
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Reviewed 1 week ago

You can access Eugenia Falls from Pellisier Road. Good signage to get there. Adequate pay parking $6/day...pay by cell app, web or phone. They were patrolling the parking lot when we arrived. An asphalt walk way leads to the falls. It is a 5 minute...More

1  Thank rnr636
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Beaver Valley is a great place to hike the Bruce Trail. In the Spring and early Summer you will come across may spots with wonderful, streams, creeks and ponds. In the Fall if you are visiting on a lucky year, you will see incredible...More

Thank vartkes p
Reviewed 3 September 2017 via mobile

More and more is going to happen in this small community. With lots of travellers to visit the falls. And today I see the rock turns to a face. A great place to hike and oversee the valley fill up with trees.

Thank c6479844239
Reviewed 31 August 2017

Another set of fall we set out to see in our tour of 9 in Grey county. The short trek to see these is worth the trip.

Thank Robert B
Reviewed 16 August 2017

We have a cottage in the area and frequent this spot. Lovely for young and old, this is a wheelchair accessible are to view one of the tallest waterfalls in Ontario as the small river plummets into the Cuckoo Valley. I would recommend the top...More

Thank GreyFlyDoc
Reviewed 13 July 2017

It was great experience, nice place for watching and hiking. You can choose your walking path as long as you want and you can also bring your dog.

Thank ELena L
Reviewed 10 July 2017

Had a lovely first visit to Eugenia Falls this past weekend. Good flow of water and very scenic over the valley. If walking to the west of the falls, take care as the path is very close to the edge and sometimes narrow..I wouldn't recommend...More

Thank Poolsadie
Reviewed 1 July 2017

This is worth driving to Eugenia. The falls are spectacular, especially after a recent rainfall. The paths are easy to navigate and there are several places nearby that you can grab lunch.

1  Thank Shaun P
Reviewed 12 June 2017

Eugenia Falls Conservation Area is a nice place visit. We last visited the falls in 2009 it had more water coming over the falls then this year. Eugenia Falls is worth the visit.

Thank Starr B
Reviewed 19 March 2017

We often go here and do both long and shorter hikes in different seasons. It is somewhat hidden from the road. The nearby town of Flesherton on highway 10 makes a nice stop for a coffee or lunch. There are picnic tables at the Eugenia...More

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Burlingtonfoodie37
23 August 2017|
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Response from Shaun P | Reviewed this property |
For some parts, yes. You would be able to see the falls and some of the park. There are stairs in some areas, and the trails might be too bumpy, depending on the stroller you own.
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Deborah W
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Response from Jane S | Reviewed this property |
There are smaller wildlife such as raccoons, porcupines, squirrels, chipmunks,many kinds of birds including an osprey nest nearby on the Eugenia causeway. You may also see deer. There are black bears in the area, but they... More
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