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    Inglis Falls Conservation Area
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Meet Inglis Falls -- the most beautiful waterfall in the region. As the Sydenham River meets the edge of the Niagara Escarpment, viewers are treated to an 18 m high cascade plunging down into the deep gorge. As you walk along the 7.5 km of trails, be sure to stop at the viewing platform for stunning views of the falls — you won’t want to leave your camera behind! These trails are surrounded by bountiful wildlife and provide easy access to the extensive Bruce Trail. Within the conservation area there are the remains of an old mill, just waiting to be explored! One afternoon picnic at the serene Inglis Falls Conservation Area will have you coming back time, and time again.


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Address
237897 Inglis Falls Rd, Owen Sound, ON N4K 5N6

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