Aptly named, this park marks the spot where the Credit River narrows, rushes through a deep gorge, and plunges over cliffs. To capture the views of this waterfall in the Forks of the Credit Provincial Park, you can walk along a bridge that crosses over the river. After the climb up, take a break and enjoy the view of Kettle Lake. This lake was created by glaciers 10,000 years ago. You can also trek down the stairs, bringing you closer to the river. A walk along the bridge and through the park will take you through trees, and through the fields and meadows that surround the mouth of this stunning gorge. The area offers something a little different from other parks, that are mostly comprised of forested trails. The diversity of landscapes in this park makes it a great place to challenge yourself to a climb along the gorge or up the hills. There are many waterfalls to photograph, and so much nature to enjoy. If you stand still long enough, you might catch a glimpse of the various bird species that live in the area.