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Pottawatomi /Jones Falls Conservation Area


Pottawatomi Conservation Area (also known as Jones Falls Conservation Area) is a lovely park on the western side of Owen Sound, Ontario. Explore the area by hiking and climbing around the escarpment, or try cross-country skiing in the winter. The region contains over 7 km of trails, ideal for all experience levels. The trails will bring you to lookout spots with spectacular views of the stunning Jones Falls. These classic cascade waterfalls stand 12 m high and flow over the Niagara Escarpment into the Pottawatomi River. Top tip: cascading waterfalls are the most impressive in the spring, so make sure you stop by in the warmer months!

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Lake Huron

Traditional Territories





717875 ON-6, Owen Sound, ON N4K 5N7

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